Preston Rideout released his latest tips of the trade by outlining how to determine you cost and profit per pint of beer
Forecasting Gross Profit Margin per Pint is not often discussed much less written about because it’s Boring. You know what’s Not Boring? Putting Money in the Register. You know whats even Less Boring? Maximizing the Money before putting it in the Register. Conducting Beer Math requires a Meticulous Attention to Detail. Unfortunately, failing owner operators, make no attempt to calculate Draft and Craft Beer Profit Margins before ordering Beer
Why, because No One Cares. Except for me. I care and I will show 9 steps to forecasting Gross Profit Margins per Pint. It’s that simple. All you have to do is assemble your Keg Cost and Keg Size. Everything else is just basic Beer Math.