Drink Descriptions


Drink Descriptions
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Lawn Game Competition


Lawn Game Competition
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Appetizer and Games on the Lawn


Appetizer and Games on the Lawn
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Local Wines


Local Wines
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Lawn Games


Lawn Games
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Games Make for Fun Times and Photos


Games Make for Fun Times and Photos
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Custom Brewed Beer


Custom Brewed Beer
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Wonderful Bar Service


Wonderful Bar Service
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Bride + Groom Lawn Games


Bride + Groom Lawn Games
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Relax and Enjoy the Views


Relax and Enjoy the Views
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Photo Op Frame


Photo Op Frame
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Estimate 1 drink/person/hour Not everyone will drink that, but most will and some will drink more, some not at all. This includes all drinks. You will want to profile your guests and determine what you think they will mostly be drinking. The amount of time drinking is approximately 6.5 hours. So use the estimation of 6.5 drinks/ guest. Estimate 1 drink/person/hour Cocktail Hour is held around the pond garden and lasts between 1.5 – 2 hours. We generally serve a selection of wines – 2-4 total, a specialty cocktail, and keg beer. * Please limit the amount of kegs used at the pond bar. Everything will be moved down to the Apple House for dinner, and multiple full kegs is difficult to move and also makes the beer quite foamy. It is fine to get a few cases of specialty bottled beer, but we ask that you use mostly kegs in order to reduce the amount of recycling. A recycling surcharge may exist if excessive recycling is accumulated. Here is a link to a calculator that will help you estimate the cost and quantity of alcohol: http://www.thealcoholcalculator.com/   Cocktails – Estimate 1.5 cocktails/person Liquor: 1.5 oz./drink + Mixer: 2.5 oz./drink   1 handle of liquor = 60 oz. ~ 40 drinks 1 liter of liquor = 34oz ~ 22 drinks   Cocktails for 100 guests during cocktail hour: 150 drinks 4 handles of liquor 6 half-gallon cartons or 11 liter bottles of mixer     Beer – Estimate 1 beer/hour/beer drinker Keep in mind; most people will have a cocktail or two and maybe a glass of wine with dinner. So even heavy beer drinkers may not only be drinking beer! Served in 16 oz. pint glasses “Half barrel” = full keg – 15.5 gallons ~ 150 pints “Quarter barrel” = pony keg – 7.75 gallons ~ 75 pints   1 keg is generally enough for 75 guests. You may want an additional pony keg as back up if your group is a heavy beer drinking crowd.   Wine – Estimate 1 glass/hour/wine drinker During cocktail hour and hot summer days more white wine is drunk. Red wine is primarily served at dinner. You can estimate ¾ – 1 full bottle of wine/ wine drinker (which is estimated to be approximately ¾ of you guests.   Wine 12 bottle in a case 5 glasses in a bottle 60 glasses in a case For 100 guests approximately 8 cases total   Champagne 12 bottles in a case 6 glasses in a bottle 72 glasses in a case For champagne toast for 100 guests approximately 1.5 cases  
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