-Beer 12 ounces
-Wine 5 ounces
-Liquor 1.5 ounces
Other alcohol tips:
– A keg is the most economical route to go when purchasing beer assuming that none is wasted. One keg serves aproximately 140 to 165 12-ounce beers, depending on the size.
– When purchasing a keg, it’s always a good idea to rent an extra tap, just in case the one that comes with the keg does not work properly.
– The larger “Magnum” bottles of wine are less expensive per ounce than the traditional .75 litre bottles.
– Check with your wine provider to see if they will allow you to return unused bottles of wine following your event. Usually they will as long as the lables on the bottles are preserved and have not been iced down.
“Cancellations made more than 60 days before event will result in a fee of $250. Cancellations made less than 60 days, but more than 72 hours from the event date will result in a fee of entire deposit amount. Cancellations made within 72 hours of the event will result in the total invoice amount being forfeited by customer as provision for liquidated damages.”