## How much wine do you need for a wedding of 200?

200 guests

1-2 hours | 60 bottles of wine | 8 bottles of spirits |

3-4 hours | 100 bottles of wine | 10 bottles of spirits |

4+ hours | 120 bottles of wine | 12 bottles of spirits |

## How much beer should you buy for a wedding of 200?

350 bottles

200 GUESTS: 350 bottles of beer. 30 bottles of liquor (750 ml)

**How do you budget for alcohol for a wedding?**

By using the above rule of thumb of two drinks during the first hour and one drink thereafter per guest, you can assume that the average drink costs you $5. Multiply the cost by the number of guests by the number of hours for your open bar to get the total cost.

**How much alcohol do you need for 100 guests?**

How much alcohol do you need for 100 guests? For a 4 hour party with 100 guests, you will need approximately 400 drinks: 160 beers, 144 glasses of wine (29 bottles) and enough for 96 individual cocktails (amounts will depend upon what type of cocktail you serve). If you aren’t serving wine, plan on 240 cocktails.

### How do you calculate drinks for a wedding?

To figure out how many bottles you need, just divide the number of liquor drinks needed by 16 to be safe. Remember that for each bottle of liquor, you will need to figure in about 1 quart of mixers for every 3 guests or for every bottle of liquor figure in 3 bottles of mixers.

### How much beer do I need for 100 guests?

A safe estimate would be 75% wine and 25% beer. Say, for example, you’re having 100 guests at a four-hour reception, then you’d buy enough for 300 servings of wine and 100 servings of beer.

**How much wine do I need for 100 guests?**

How Much Beer and Wine for 100 Guests? This means that if you have 100 guests at your reception, you will need about 30-40 glasses of wine per hour. There are about 4 glasses of wine in a bottle, which means you will end up needing about 8-10 bottles of wine per hour.

**How much wine do you need for a wedding of 100?**

Each 750ml bottle has five glasses, so for 100 guests and a four-hour wedding reception, you would need 400 glasses—or 80 bottles of wine (40 white and 40 red), which is a little more than 6 cases of wine.

#### How much does the average person drink at a wedding?

Breaking Down the Calculations As a general rule of thumb, plan to serve one drink per guest per hour of reception. In other words, if you’re having a four-hour reception with 100 guests, provide 400 servings of alcohol. Full bars typically offer beer, wine, and liquor.

#### How do you stock a bar for a party of 100?

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

**How many kegs do I need for a 200 person wedding?**

2 kegs

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 many boxes of wine do I need for 100 people?**

So, for 100 guests, you would need 200 glasses (at two glasses each), which translates into 34 bottles. There are 12 bottles in a case, so you’ll need three cases (36 bottles).

## What is the average cost of alcohol at weddings?

We found the average cost of alcohol at weddings, based on data from all over the country. According to our 2018 Real Weddings Study, the average amount of money spent on a reception bar/liquor was $2,564.

## How many drinks do I need for a 200 guest wedding?

For a 4 hour wedding, you need at least 1-2 waters and 3-4 non-water drinks (juice, ice tea, soda etc.) per guest. So, you should get roughly 1000 non-alcoholic drinks for 200 guests. But if you decide to supply your own alcohol, be sure to ask the venue for potential corkage fees.

**How much liquor do you need for a wedding reception?**

If you’re going to pick up the liquor for your reception, make sure you have a plan of action for getting it all to the wedding as well (it could end up being a heavy haul). Champagne: One to one-and-a-half cases (include an additional 18 bottles for a champagne toast)

**Do most couples serve alcohol at weddings?**

While we’re for all types of weddings (dry, “bring your own” and open bar are just a few options), a majority of couples—92 percent to be exact—end up serving alcohol at their weddings. So how much do these couples spend on booze? We found the average cost of alcohol at weddings, based on data from all over the country.