After a decade of hosting weddings and other events, Bearded Brothers Events is ready to introduce our newest service: mobile bartending!
We serve the beverages that you provide for an open bar experience. Our staff is ServeSafe Certified, trained, and highly energetic. We are fully insured and aim to provide you with superior service!
We can also supply additional wait staff for any event. Ask about this new service.
Our staff is professional, wear black polo shirts, and REALLY have a blast with your guests. We will arrive a few hours prior to guest arrival to set up your bar(s) and be ready to go in plenty of time for cocktail hour.
We hold a $2M Liquor Liability Policy
TIPS Training, Florida Alcohol Seller-Server Course,
Florida Alcohol Seller-Server Course
Learn2Serve Off-Premises Alcohol Seller/Server
We supply the bartenders, you supply everything else!
In this scenario, we have a comprehensive list of what is needed to ensure your event goes smoothly.
Bartender & Bar Tools plus Ice, Cups & Cooler
Bartender, Bar Tools, Ice, Cups, Coolers + Soda, Juices, Fruit Garnishes, Straws & Napkins
We pre-pour champagne flutes for guests to grab prior to the toast. Includes service and flutes.
$1.25 per guest
Single Serve Kuerig Station
Includes Donut Shop, Morning Blend, 100% Colombian, and French Roast Variety, Cups, Sugar Packet Variety and Creamer
$3.00 per guest
Each additional bartender rates begin at $200 per bartender with 4-hours of service and $50 for each additional . We require 1 bartender per 75 guests. If event is only serving beer and wine, we require 1 bartender per 100 guests.
This includes 2 hours of setup and 1 hour of clean up.
Tips are customary in the bartending business, so we offer our customers two options:
1. Allow a tip jar to be placed on the bar for guests.
2. "Hosted Gratuity" There will be no tip jar and the host will pay a 20% of the total contract amount.
A: Bearded Brothers Events does NOT provide the liquor or non-alcoholic beverages for your event. This is the responsibility of the client. If you need assistance with the type and amount of liquor you should buy, please contact us with your questions.
A: By law, a business / establishment must be licensed to “sell” liquor in the each state. As a mobile bartender, we provide the service (bartending service), but do not have the license to sell alcohol. This is very common with mobile bartending. You end up actually saving money for your event, as oppose to getting a "price per person" liquor cost + service & gratuity.
A: Bearded Brothers Events is insured with General Liability and Liquor Liability Insurance. Please contact us for more information or you may provide your venue requirements via email (here).
How much alcohol you serve at your wedding will depend on how many guests you will be having. Refer to our keg sizes guide or our quick reference chart below if you plan to serve from a keg.
In general, the rule of thumb for buying alcohol for your wedding is plan for each guest to consume (2) drinks at the cocktail hour, and then (1) drink every hour after that. Take into consideration the day of the week of your wedding is happening (weekends will likely have your guests able to drink more). Also consider the time of day of your wedding, daytime vs nighttime may change what or how much you want to serve.
For 100 guests, 7 cases of beer (168, 12oz bottles) or a half barrel keg (165. 12oz bottles) should be sufficient - as most people will not only be drinking beer.
You may want to purchase more if you know your guests are beer lovers.
For 100 guests, 12 bottles of white (60, 5oz glasses) and 12 bottles of red (60, 5oz glasses) should be sufficient - as most people will not only be drinking wine. If purchasing a wine keg, a Cornelius Keg (640oz) will work best for this serving size.
If you are having an evening reception, your guests may be likely to drink more red wine than white, so adjust your wine purchasing accordingly. You also may want to purchase more if you know your guests are wine lovers.
For 100 guests, 150 servings of your signature cocktail should be sufficient - as most people will not only be drinking your cocktail. Depending on your signature cocktail of choice, your serving size will vary. If you are only serving your signature cocktail, 300 servings will be needed to last you through a 3 hour reception.