Using the pricing tool
The pricing tool helps you cost out drink mixes, food plates, and product size variations like draft beer pitchers, wine carafes accurately - based on a product's normal price and pour size. To get started with the pricing tool, from the main menu click "Products", select your product category, and then click "Pricing Tool".
One of the most important parts (and often overlooked) of inventory control is having drink mixes and different sized servings priced out correctly. Every mixed drink should be cost out based on the normal size and price of each liquor product in the drink mix. A pitcher of beer should be cost out based on a standard glass pour size and the sell price of that glass. Costing out drink prices correctly ensures an accurate inventory.
Let's price out a drink correctly.
Enter the pour size (mix size) of each product that goes into a drink mix. For example: If you sold a top end Long Island with .5 ounces of Absolut, Bacardi, Beefeater, and Cuervo Gold, enter those the mix sizes to calculate the correct sell price range for that drink mix based on each product's normal pour size and price. You can do this by clicking the notepad icon and entering the mix sizes or selecting the cells and directly typing the sizes in.
Bar Cop will show you the pour cost, gross profit, and the optimal price range you should charge for that drink mix. You should never charge less than the low side of the calculated price range. The high side is your optimal sell price when cost out correctly.Have any questions? Comment below or contact us.