Alcohol Planning

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100 Guests-

Red Wine: 12 bottles White Wine: 12 bottles Champagne: 20 bottles Beer: 120 bottles-Vodka: 4 bottles Gin: 2 bottles Rum: 2 bottles Bourbon: 2 bottles Scotch (blended):  1 bottle

150 Guests-

Red Wine: 18 bottles White Wine: 18 bottles Champagne: 30 bottles Beer: 180 bottles-Vodka: 5 bottles Gin: 3 bottles Rum: 3 bottles Bourbon: 4 bottles Scotch (blended): 3 bottles

Planners estimate one drink per person per hour. (A bottle of wine or Champagne contains five drinks; a liter of spirits, 22.) For each bottle of spirits, you need three containers of mixers—club soda, tonic, juice, and so on. Warm weather outdoor weddings call for more clear liquors (for vodka gimlets and gin-and-tonics), cocktail parties might prompt guests to order martinis, and multi-course sit-downs will necessitate plenty of wine.

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