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Estimating your profit increase tracking draft beer sales


Step 1: Calculate your actual pour cost percentage


Example:

  

  • Weekly draft beer sales average => $4000
  • Average weekly keg purchases =>10 kegs
  • $80 purchase price per keg => $800 weekly cost.
  • A half barrel keg contains 1984 Oz => $80/1984 => 4 cents per Oz.



ACTUAL POUR COST =>    $800/$4000 X 100 = 20%


Step 2: Calculate your target pour cost



Intercept a beer served by a bartender as normally served in your venue.

Measure the amount served with a graduated container.

  

  • Quantity measured => 16 Oz.
  • Cost per pint =>  16 Oz. X 4 cents => 64 cents
  • Selling price per pint => $4


Targets pour cost => $0.64/$4.00 X 100 = 16%


Step 3: Apply the new pour cost percentage to the actual beer keg purchases



  

  • $800/16% => $5000 in sales
  • Difference => $1000 per week



Step 4: Evaluating your potential for profit increase



  

  • Difference in pour cost => 4%
  • $1000/$4 per pint = 250 pints
  • 250 Pints X 16 Oz = 4000 Oz
  • 4000 Oz./1984 Oz. = 2 kegs per week of beer purchased in excess.
  • Shrinkage = $160 per week.
  • A percentage of this shrinkage is caused by the staff that deliberately and/or inadvertently did not ring in sales.
  • If you apply a conservative 30% with 70% in waste, you potential for profit increase is $300 weekly plus 70% in beer cost recovered  $112 => $412 weekly

     
  • If you reached 75% of your target by controlling your draft beer sales you would increase your profits by $1339 monthly.

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