How to calculate alcohol for a wedding

If you are orga­niz­ing aon your own, you need to pay spe­cial atten­tion to orga­niz­ing a ban­quet. It is impor­tant to prop­er­ly dis­trib­ute food and drinks. There­fore, many are inter­est­ed in how to cal­cu­late alco­hol for aso that every­one has enough of every­thing. It is impor­tant to choose the right drinks to please every guest.

How to calculate the amount of alcohol for a wedding?

It should be borne in mind that if a walk is expect­ed before a ban­quet, then you need to pur­chase drinks, and not only alco­holic ones. In order not to drink every­one in the morn­ing, you need to stock up on min­er­al water, juice and a cou­ple of bot­tles of cham­pagne. When cal­cu­lat­ing the total amount, it is worth con­sid­er­ing:

  1. Approx­i­mate­ly 4 bot­tles of the guests will drink at the groom’s house and dur­ing the ran­som.
  2. Dur­ing a walk and a pho­to ses­sion, alco­hol must be tak­en at the rate of: 1 bot­tle for two guests.
  3. To drink in the reg­istry office imme­di­ate­ly after paint­ing, you need to take about 3 bot­tles.
  4. Also take 6 bot­tles of water and the same amount of juice.

Now you need to decide which drinks to choose. Of course, it is impos­si­ble to take into account the pref­er­ence of each guest at the cel­e­bra­tion, but it is rec­om­mend­ed that the main ones, and these include close rel­a­tives. The main drinks at thein­clude: vod­ka, cham­pagne and wine. Oth­er drinks, for exam­ple, whiskey, cognac, etc., are best bought in small quan­ti­ties, for true con­nois­seurs.

Sep­a­rate­ly, it is worth men­tion­ing beer, which has recent­ly become fash­ion­able to serve at such cel­e­bra­tions. It’s best if you buy a keg that is about 5 liters and put it aside so that any­one can come up and pour them­selves as much as they want.

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How to calculate how much alcohol you need for a wedding?

The cal­cu­la­tion of drinks is based on a sim­ple rule:

  • 1 bot­tle of cham­pagne for 3 peo­ple;
  • 1 bot­tle of vod­ka for 2 peo­ple;
  • 1 bot­tle of wine per per­son;
  • soft drinks — 2 liters per per­son.

There are also sta­tis­tics based on the away field:

  • 1 man will drink 0.5 liters of vod­ka, 750 ml of wine and 300 ml of cham­pagne;
  • 1 woman will drink 250 ml of vod­ka, 750 ml of wine and 350 ml of cham­pagne.

Experts also rec­om­mend divid­ing the total amount of wine as fol­lows: 60% red and 40% white.

When cal­cu­lat­ing how much alco­hol you need for a wed­ding, it is also worth con­sid­er­ing sev­er­al impor­tant aspects:

  1. The age of the guests.
  2. how to calculate the amount of alcohol for a wedding
  3. The time of year, as in the hot sum­mer many will pre­fer wine over vod­ka.
  4. Place of the ban­quet, that is, a closed room or fresh air.
  5. The menu, since the amount of alco­hol con­sumed depends on the pro­posed treat.
  6. dura­tion of the ban­quet.

It is also rec­om­mend­ed to con­sult with peo­ple who have already cel­e­brat­ed theiror who under­stand this issue. Then you will cer­tain­ly be able to deter­mine the opti­mal amount of alco­holic bev­er­ages.