December 30, 2019 · Comments Off on Test

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[sc_fs_multi_faq headline-0="h2" question-0="How much does it cost to hire a bartender for a party? " answer-0="Typically it can cost from £127.50 for a 3 hour period. It then increases by an hourly rate with each hour your require the bartender to be there. Some companies can charge a flat daily rate, but there will be hidden costs for lengthier time periods. " image-0="" headline-1="h2" question-1="How much does it cost to hire a mixologist? " answer-1="Typically it can cost from £127.50 for a 3 hour period. It then increases by an hourly rate with each hour your require the bartender to be there. Some companies can charge a flat daily rate, but there will be hidden costs for lengthier time periods. " image-1="" headline-2="h2" question-2="What do I need for a cocktail making party? " answer-2="Ingredients for cocktails. As silly as that sounds, you can’t make them without the ingredients. You can search for these on google & compile your own shopping lists, or hire a professional bartender to come in & do all this for you. Snacks help too, if you have guests over & they’re drinking, they’ll want munchies. " image-2="" headline-3="h2" question-3="How much do bartenders charge for private parties? " answer-3="Caterers can charge fixed hourly rates on top of the staffing they are already providing for your food. However, you will find a much more cost efficient answer in a dedicated bartender hire business. You’ll get a much more knowledgable person too, as caterers would usually staff one of their waiters to the bar. " image-3="" headline-4="h2" question-4="How many bartenders do I need for 100 guests? " answer-4="We strongly recommend 1 bartender per 50 people. While a public venues bars will have sinks, drainage & additional staff. Your event may be in a field, under a marquee, the bartender may be working on a tabletop out in the wilderness in a far corner of a garden. Any more than 50 people for that bartender, without the industrial conveniences of a venue for hire, they will suffer a little in service speed. " image-4="" headline-5="h2" question-5="What are cocktail makers called? " answer-5="Bartender is the most accepted name for a cocktail maker. However, most bartenders really don’t mind what they are called, Bartender, Barkeep, Barwo/man. All kinds of terms & they’ll respond just as long as they can gauge that you’re talking to them if you need something. " image-5="" count="6" html="true" css_class=""]