Drinks Specialists – Advice and planning

Careful planning of drinks for your event is important for success.

Cocktails Specialists – Event and party planning

Cocktails are great fun as well as tasty sips.

Cocktails and Drinks Demonstrations, Recipes and Workshops

Cocktail specialists and national award winners, BarLogic can provide cocktail recipes, demonstrations, and also private workshops by special arrangement.

A Signature BarLogic Cocktail for your special event?

Ask BarLogic for a special signature drink, punch or cocktail of your very own for your special event… A great talking point for your event for guests after the event!

BarLogic are experts for advising with local ales and a wide range of refreshing ciders.

We can source and plan mainstream British and overseas beers and traditional ales, specialist local beers, and also a wide range of refreshing apple and pear ciders to give your bar an interesting quality feel and your guests made to feel that much more special. BarLogic can source literally any brews for any particular requirement.

Special events for special occasions require special planning of wines, spirits, champagnes, beers, ciders, aperitifs, cocktails, mixers, soft drinks, waters, pops, and everything to accompany them.

Are you licenced to service alchahol and spirits at your event? - Local council licencing applications – Let BarLogic help you

Firstly remember, bar serving of alchoholic drinks to guests they must be at least 18 years of age to be served or purchase alcoholic beverages, and under this age they must accompanied by an adult to be served or event organisers risk severe legal penalty’s and fines. BarLogic can provide event organisers with helpful and essential advice and information regarding local licencing applications to local councils.

BarLogical drinks planning
  • Range: A well-stocked assortment of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages ensures that you can quench every guests thirst. But how much do you really need to keep glasses filled?
  • Ice: Nothing is more refreshing than a chilled beverage, so put ice at the top of your shopping list. Buy 1 pound of ice per guest (or three times more than you think you’ll need) and store it in coolers during the party.
  • Nonalcoholic options: Offer choices such as regular and diet soft drinks, bottled water, coffee and lemonade. Plan on two nonalcoholic drinks per guest for the first hour and one for each subsequent hour. Consider the weather too as people drink more when it’s warm outside.
  • Alcoholic beverages: Stock your bar with traditional offerings: gin, vodka, bourbon, rum and dry vermouth. Expect guests to consume two drinks the first hour and one drink each hour after, and plan on 1½ ounces of liquor per drink. A quart of mixer should serve three people. Try lemon-lime soda, club soda, tonic water, ginger ale, seltzer, orange juice and cranberry juice. Don’t forget essential barware: A shaker, strainer, corkscrew, glasses, cocktail napkins and toothpicks make serving drinks a breeze.
  • Wine and beer: Three to four drinks per person is sufficient for a four-hour party. One bottle of wine serves four to six guests. If a toast is in order, break out the bubbly. For a pre-dinner party, have one bottle of champagne for every three or four guests. For a cocktail party, purchase 8 to 12 bottles per 24 guests