Ever caught yourself saying this: “Why does my wine inventory (stock) levels vary so much from my POS recorded sales?”
For bars and pubs pouring wine by the glass, inventory discrepancies is pretty much accepted as a wine whinge, par for the course. Luckily it doesn’t have to be like this.
The perpetrator of the crime is cunning, usually cloaked in innocence to turn unsuspecting gazes elsewhere in the search for the truth..
Of course what's a mystery without a sleuth to find the culprit(s).
The sleuth possess superior deductive powers to help unmask the villain, usually the least obvious person.
There’s widespread concern that hospitality operators are wilfully under-serving spirits and beer and/or not using correct measuring instruments (jiggers) to take advantage of patrons. Inspectors from the NMI will be carrying out nationwide inspections and fines are hefty.
So is there really such a difference between pour spouts? And if so how do you choose a the right speed pourer? Here's our guide to choosing the right pourer...
Not all jiggers are made equal when it comes to accuracy. Look more closely at that round jigger. If you fill it to the top for a full measure, you'll notice a bubble forms. This is called meniscus and that can lead to bars wasting liquor and losing profits...
We know as a small business ourselves, that with sustained growth, each day gets busier. At these times it’s so easy to forget the small details. How then do you focus your attention? Here are three small points for every venue that can make a massive difference...
We’ve all seen it before – that team member who lets the side down and refuses to pick up their game - they're sloppy and messy. When it’s your business and your profits at stake, there is only one way this can go down. And that’s with the decision to give the sloppy bartender that boot. The question is then, should we use the same approach with our bar tools?