What Beverages Can the PourMyBeverage serve?
How do customers use it?
Your customers will come to the bar/check-in area where they will receive an RFID card upon showing you their ID for legal drinking age verification and providing a payment card. They can either pre-pay for a dollar amount or open a tab to pay when they are done. We limit their consumption to 2 drinks (32 oz. of beer or 12 oz. of wine at a time). Once they reach this limit, your staff can reactivate the card for another 2 drink limit at any of the screens above the taps without having to go back to the check-in terminal. This process is in place to avoid overconsumption.
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Companies are always telling you how great they are or that they’re the “industry leader?” We’re not here to do that, we’re here to show you why you should choose PourMyBeverage over other self-pour technology providers. We got our start by working WITH and distributing most of the competitive systems in the market before we decided to build our very own self-serve system.
Over the years we have thoughtfully engineered our hardware/software around two basic functions: simplicity and stability. This is evident in side-by-side comparisons of the behind the scenes wiring of our systems vs. theirs. Everyone else uses consumer-grade hardware like Android tablets or iPads. Not us. All of our hardware is custom built and purposefully engineered to take the beating that comes with the bar/restaurant industry. We are the only company that uses 100% hardwired connections.
WiFi goes down? Not a problem for our system, BIG problem for the others. There are some scary stories of competitive systems going down with a packed house just because the WiFi flickered off. Nothing more defeating than seeing 50 people with open tabs leave because your internet goes down. We’ve made a nice little business out of replacing other self-pour systems in the market for the above reasons.
We take pride in the fact that our company has never had a customer start with PourMyBeer and later switch to a different system. We have won every RFP with major companies such as Whole Foods, Buffalo Wild Wings, Caesars and more! When choosing a partner, these companies are extremely thorough in the process to ensure that they do not get stuck with a lemon as their vendor. Along with our strong work ethic, we are often told by our customers that our team is a lot more fun to work with and brings a positive energy to the table that others do not.
Where Is PourMyBeverage’s Tech Made?
The idea for the technology was born in the USA, although the initial development of our product took place in Austria. A team of 15 engineers who have been designing and implementing dispense technology for 20+ years gives us a heightened advantage in the market. We now have a team of software engineers in the USA and Europe working together as we continue to evolve our technology. All of the IP and ownership of the system resides in the USA. We are able to change, update and fix our code, because we own it.
How Quickly Can We Deliver a PourMyBeverage Wall?
How Long Does It Take to Install a PourMyBeverage Wall?
How Much Does a Self-Serve Wall Cost?
What other costs do I need to consider?
We are experts when it comes to self-serve drink technology. We lean on our regional partners like Micro Matic and Perlick when it comes to the actual dispense system. You’ll want to budget $700- $1,000 per tap when it comes to the cost to build a self-pour system. You’ll also need to budget for the actual construction of the wall and make sure the amount of voltage needed is available to run the system. Outside of that, our project manager will help ensure that things go smoothly.
What is Your Support Fee?
PourMyBeverage doesn’t believe in penalizing its customers for their success, which is why we went the route of having a flat rate based on the number of magic boxes (screens) our customers have. It’s simple math: $100 for the first screen and $20 for each additional, per month. We max our monthly out at $750 and it’s based on the # of screens you have. The monthly support fee for the example above would be $100 first screen + ($20 x 19 screens) = $480 We highly recommend doing some research and crunching numbers before choosing a partner, as the per-ounce fee other companies require can add up significantly over time.