As a catering business owner, you want to make sure that you plan the perfect event for your client. You have prepared the menu and guaranteed that your client’s guests will go home full and satisfied. However, you encountered an issue with the beverage.
This is a typically disregarded component of special events. It does not really matter if the meals are special because everyone pouring their own drinks into a plastic cup will ruin it. Fortunately, a catering beverage dispenser will help resolve it. Here are other factors to consider when it comes to beverages that you serve during special events.
To Drink or Not to Drink
This question mainly revolves around alcohol, which is among the primary considerations in the event. There are apparent factors, including the proper age serving, occasion and the religious views of the client’s guests. Sit down with your client to determine exactly what they expect from you regarding this matter.
The Choices for Drinks
For those hosting an office holiday party, it will be a great place for alcoholic drinks. On the other hand, a corporate training event requires every guest to have a clear head. Meanwhile, the majority of weddings will at least have available champagne for the wedding party if they are at the proper age and wine for the guests.
If your clients do agree to serve alcohol at your special event, you can offer premium wine and beers to meet their desires. You can provide them with a menu that includes imported and domestic wines. Your beer choices should consist of keg beers, specialty beers, imported, domestic and micro brews.
Your clients only want the best for their event, which is why you must do everything to keep that event as special as they want it to. Keeping the above factors in mind will contribute to a successful event.