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Summer and daytime events call for more white and rose, while red may be better suited for winter and evening events.
In the summer it’s best to chill your wine, even your reds if it’s over 90°.
If you want a champagne toast (most weddings), we suggest you add 20 bottles to the total above.
If you’re mixing up cocktails, you'll want a ratio of about 3/1 mixer to liquor. For your party, we suggest 6 liters of soda/mixers and 20 lbs of ice. You may also want to pick up a bottle of Vermouth, bitters, and lemons/limes for garnish.
For summer or outdoor events lighter beers are the way to go, whereas a nice dark ale or lager can do wonders for a winter or indoor party. Make sure to grab extra ice to chill your beer.