Post # 1
We have a guest list of about 110, including children. We’re serving only beer and wine. We have two kegs of locally-brewed beer ordered (a light and an amber) and plan to get a red and a white wine.
The kegs will also be used at the BBQ for 50 the night before, so they won’t be totally full at the reception but should still have plenty left. How much wine should we order?
Not everyone is a drinker, but many of our guests will actually be camping on-site, so they might feel free to let loose!
Post # 3
Mandy- I don’t know if your people are like our people, but if they are, here’s what we did.
We also got 2 kegs. We also used the kegs for the BBQ and the wedding. For the wedding we only had one keg because 100 people polished off the first keg the night before the wedding! We had 14 cases of wine. I think 2/3rds of it was red and the rest was white. We had two bottles of white and 1 bottle of red left over.
Mind you, we also had a full bar, and all we had left from that was 1 bottle of gin and 3/4 bottle of Jager.
Let’s just say that people were impressive in their drinking ability! We had 133 guests including our crashers.
Post # 4
How many bottles of wine are in a case?