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KEG PROFIT CALCULATOR

Want to know just how much money can be made on that keg of beer?

Customize the fields below to calculate potential profit per pour AND per keg!


Tank 1

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. keg price to retailer / number of pours per keg = pour cost (presented in
    dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. number of pours per keg * price per serving = keg revenue
  3. keg price to retailer / keg revenue = net profit margin (presented as a
    percentage)

How’d we get this number?

  1. price per serving – pour cost = net profit per pour (presented in dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. number of pours per keg * price per serving = keg revenue
  3. keg revenue – keg price to retailer = net profit per keg (presented in
    dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. velocity per month (number of kegs sold per month) * 12 months * net profit per
    keg = annual profit (presented in dollars)

TANK 2

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. keg price to retailer / number of pours per keg = pour cost (presented in
    dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. number of pours per keg * price per serving = keg revenue
  3. keg price to retailer / keg revenue = net profit margin (presented as a
    percentage)

How’d we get this number?

  1. price per serving – pour cost = net profit per pour (presented in dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. keg size (converted to ounces) / pour size = number of pours per keg
  2. number of pours per keg * price per serving = keg revenue
  3. keg revenue – keg price to retailer = net profit per keg (presented in
    dollars)

How’d we get this number?

  1. velocity per month (number of kegs sold per month) * 12 months * net profit per
    keg = annual profit (presented in dollars)