Cost Calculator – For Liquor and Pour Cost
These Cost Calculators are to help you figure out drink prices and what your Pouring Cost will be and should be !!!
Below are a few Calculators to help you out in a big way.
Hopefully this will help you reduce your Pour Cost so you can make a decent profit off of every drink you sell – Now won’t that be nice!
What are all these Calculators?
Below you will find several Calculators for you to use for figuring what you should charge for a drink, beer, draft beer, wine and also it shows you what your PC will be at that price.
If you are finding the Calculators confusing, it might help if you check out my “How to Price a Drink” Page. That page gives you details on how to figure all the prices of Drinks, Bottle Beer and Draft Beer.
Pour Cost – PC
PC’s run different for each bottle of liquor or size of keg etc.
There is NO set PC. It goes by what you are charging and the cost of the bottle of liquor, or beer, wine, draft beer etc.
If you want a lower PC (Pouring Cost) then you will have to raise the price of the drink.
Keep in mind that as far as the draft goes, the formula in the Calculator is set for a large Keg of beer that holds 1984 ounces of beer.
I made a list of all the different size Kegs of beer and ounces of beer they hold.
So in order for you to figure the PC for the other sizes of kegs – open your excel program or get a piece of paper and a calculator. Now all you have to do is create the formula that I show you how to do in the “How to Price a Drink” Page. Once you are on that page, scroll down to the draft beer formula’s and instead of 1984 oz. enter the amount of ounces of whatever keg size you are trying to figure the PC for or the prices for.
Now to use these Calculators, Just enter your values in the white boxes — and you will see the numbers change. Just mess around with it for a bit and I have confidence that you will figure it out in no time. Just don’t mess with the peach colored boxes, because that is where I have the formulas. If the formula does get messed up, just refresh your page and it will go back to how it is suppose to be.
OK then, I think I remembered everything I wanted to tell you, so sit back – enter in the numbers, and learn what prices everything should be in order to make a bigger profit and knock that pouring cost down, down, down!!! Have Fun!!!
FYI –If you use Google Chrome you might find that every time you enter a number the page jumps up. I don’t know why it does that in Chrome – If you use a different server – like Explorer it doesn’t do that.