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Thread: Draft beer prices

  1. #1
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    Draft beer prices

    We have never sold draft beer before moving into our new place. How do you price your draft beer?

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    can you find out what your competitors charge? that's probably the best place to start.

    If you serve draught as well as cans/bottles, make sure you set your prices intelligently so you encourage your customers to buy the product that makes you the most profit.

  3. #3
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    We charge what the market will pay - usually 4 to 5 times cost.

  4. #4
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    Oct 2008
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    A great value to draft beer aside from the price is that your vendor for the kegs -should your entire draft portfolio come from them, will normally supply the equipment, installation and servicing for you.

    Pricing is always a matter of what the market will accept and there is no uniform structure to go by.

    Start by working out your per serving cost (16oz is the standard) - some locations find greater profit by having more obscure beers available for which they can charge a premium.

    Good Luck

    Emerson
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