50 guests = 150 glasses.

## How many 2-liter sodas do I need for 50 people?

A 2-liter bottle of soda will give 10 8-ounce servings, while beverages that come in gallon containers will yield 16 8-ounce servings….How much beer do I need for 50 guests?

Guests 10-25 35-60
Cordial 2 2
Beer (bottles/cans) 50 80
The Mixers (2-liter bottles)

## How many 2-liter sodas do I need for a party of 100?

Depending on the length of the party, you can provide 200 cans or 20 2-liter bottles for 100 guests. Add an additional serving per guest each hour if the party lasts longer than two to three hours.

## How much soda do I need for a party of 100?

Typically, 200 cans of soda are enough when you have 100 guests for an hour (1). The length of the party will determine the number of cans you should add. For every additional hour, add another can per guest.

## How many people can a 2-liter serve?

The amount of servings in a 2-liter bottle is approximately eight 8-ounce servings. Each liter contains 33.81 fluid ounces, which calculates to nearly 68 ounces in a 2-liter bottle. When buying beverages for a large group, one can plan on serving at least 1 cup (8 ounces) per person.

## How many drinks can you get out of a 2 liter?

A 2-liter bottle of soda will give 10 8-ounce servings, while beverages that come in gallon containers will yield 16 8-ounce servings.

## How many bottles of beer do I need for 50 people?

Fully Stocked Bar

Guests 10-25 35-60
Cordial 2 2
Beer (bottles/cans) 50 80
The Mixers (2-liter bottles)
Club soda/seltzer 3 4

## How many bottles of Pimms do I need for 50 guests?

for 20 guests: 4 bottles. for 25 guests: 5 bottles. for 50 guests: 10 bottles. 100 guests: 20 bottles.

## How do you calculate soft drinks for a party?

The formula is short and simple – all you to do is make sure that every guest has a drink for every hour of the party, plus one extra in case they want more. So the formula is: # of soft drinks = # of guests * (party duration in hours + 1) . Note that an hour is the only time unit in our party drink calculator.

## How much lemonade do I need for 50 guests?

1-50 guests: 4 gallons. 50-100 guests: 6 gallons. 100-150 guests: 8 gallons. 150+ guests: 10 gallons.

## How much punch do you need for 100 guests?

One may also ask, how much punch do you need for 100 guests? Plan to serve one to two 4-ounce servings per guest for each hour of the party. A two-hour party with 100 guests requires 800 to 1,600 ounces, or between 6 and 12 gallons of punch. Each additional hour requires another 3 to 6 gallons of punch.

## How much alcohol do I need for 200 guests?

200 GUESTS: 30 bottles of liquor (750 ml)

## Is it cheaper to supply your own alcohol for a wedding?

1. Buy Your Own Booze. Buying booze at your go-to spot is a lot cheaper than purchasing drinks directly through a caterer. If your venue and caterer let you supply your own liquor, wine, and beer, you can hand-select your favorite brands without breaking the bank.

## How many kegs do I need for a 300 person wedding?

How many kegs do I need for a 300 person wedding? Our venue told us to plan for 1 keg per hundred. Whatever number we give them, they have one “on reserve.” So, we were thinking 2 kegs, plus on “on reserve” for 200 people.

## How do I stock a bar for 200 guests?

Here’s what you need to stock a full open bar for a wedding of 200 guests and approximately how much it’s going to cost:

1. 140 bottles of wine = \$1,400.
2. 350 bottles of beer = \$1,750.
3. 30 bottles of liquor (750 ml) = \$900.
4. 40 bottles of champagne for toast (optional) = \$600.
5. Total before taxes and fees = \$4,650.

## How do you stock a bar for 100 guests?

Full bar – Beer, wine and liquor:

1. 100 (guests) x 5 (hours) = 500 drinks.
2. 500 x 0.33 = 170 beers or 7 cases of beer or one ½ barrel sized keg.
3. 500 x 0.33 = 150 glasses of wine, /5 glasses per bottle= 37 bottles of wine.
4. 500 x 0.33 = 150 mixed drinks, /39 servings per 1.75 bottle = four 1.75ml bottles liquor.

## How much does it cost to stock a bar at a wedding?

Your open bar budget should be \$4500 in this example. Use this as a rule of thumb – these are averages for the number of bottles needed per hour per guest: For every 25 guests, you will need 17 bottles of beer, 4 bottles of wine and 1 bottle of liquor (per hour).

## How do you stock a bar at a wedding reception?

Tell the bartender in advance. You offer a selection of drinks — beer, wine, and mixed vodka drinks, for example — and set specific consumption times, such as the cocktail hour, the toasts, and an hour after dinner. Consider hiring waiters to pass drinks on trays rather than letting guests go up to the bar.