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Use a spreadsheet or inventory software. Start at the front bar. Record other places where you keep alcohol. Note how much liquid is in each bottle. Add up your totals.
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Start at the front bar. Count the bottles the way they're positioned and, if needed, filter them alphabetically on the spreadsheet when you're done. Include the alcohol's type, brand, name, and bottle size. Also include a column for your bar back, storeroom, walk-in, or any other parts of the bar where alcohol is kept.
Standard Tenthing Method The standard method for taking inventory of liquor bottles is to tenth them. This involves picking up or eyeballing the bottle to estimate how full it is to the nearest tenth. You will then record this estimated measurement on a clipboard.
Beverage Cost = Cost of alcohol sales / Total alcohol sales. You must first establish a specific time period for analysis. Calculating alcohol (beverage cost): Example: Alcohol sales (liquor, beer and wine) $1,850. Example: Alcohol purchases in past 28 days = $500.
Ounces of beverage consumed: 1 beer = 12 oz. Glass of wine = 5 oz. / 1 shot = 1.5 oz. Your Weight (lbs)Percentage of alcohol in beverage: 1 beer = 4-7% / Glass of wine = 11-13% / 1 shot = 40% Hours spent drinking.
Liquor: Typical cost is 17 percent. Bottled Beer: Typical cost is 23 25 percent. Draft Beer: Typical cost is 21 22 percent. Wine: Typical cost is 30 percent.
This can be done by dividing the cost of the bottle by how many ounces it holds. Multiply the cost per ounce by your pour size (usually 1-1.5 ounces). This will establish your liquor cost per drink. Multiply your liquor cost per drink by 4 or 5 to cover all the other variables.
Most operators simply look at the average pour costs in the industry or at their previous annual cost percentages. On that basis, most operators are happy if their liquor pour cost is around 15%, draft beer in the neighborhood of 20%, bottled beer close to 25% and wine between 30% - 40%.
Use a spreadsheet or inventory software. Start at the front bar. Record other places where you keep alcohol. Note how much liquid is in each bottle. Add up your totals.
Place a bottle on the scale and record the weight. Bottle weight - tare weight = fluid ounces in bottle. To calculate your usage for each bottle, subtract the ending weight data from the starting weight data. It's important to remember to keep track of new bottles that are added between the start and end.
Hire the right people. Create a fulfilling work environment. Ring up every product. Routinely check bartenders' tabs. Reconcile cash drawers at the end of each night. Enforce a pour policy. Keep employees' bags in a designated place. Hire secret shoppers.
Know your employees. Be alert to key indicators of potential theft such as: Supervise employees closely. Use purchase orders. Control cash receipts. Use informal audits. Install computer security measures. Track your business checks. Manage inventory and use security systems.
Greet Your Guest. Read the Situation. Anticipate. Create the Right Environment. Work as a Team. Don't Think About the Tip.
In a restaurant you give the cash from transactions to the house. In most restaurants you access your point of sale system (POS) and are given an amount that you owe. This is a traditional drop. In a blind drop you are not given access to the report and are forced to estimate your sales by counting out receipts.
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