Liquor Loss Calculation Formulas

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By entering information about your business, you can calculate your current liquor losses. Turn these losses into cost savings by using liquor control equipment and liquor dispensers from Berg Company™.

In the following formulas, * means multiply and / means divide.

CostPerCase = your average cost of a case(12 bottles x 1 Liter each) of liquor

The estimated national average losses from spillage, over-pouring, and giveaways is 6 oz.

LostPerL = your estimated oz lost per liter

NumCasesWk = Number of cases of liquor you go through per week

RetailPrice = your average retail price of a drink

The estimated industry average is 3.4 drinks sold per liter that never reach the register

LostSold = Estimate how many drinks were sold per liter but never reached your register

CostPerOz = (CostPerCase / 12) / 33.8

RetailLoss = RetailPrice * LostSold * 12 * NumCasesWk

WholeLossCase = LostPerL * 12

WholeLossWeek = NumCaseWk * WholeLossCase

RetailLossBottle = RetailPrice * LostSold

RetailLossCase = RetailLossBottle * 12

RetailLossWeek = NumCasesWk * RetailLossCase

RetailLossMonth = 4.3 * RetailLossWeek

TotalLossMonth = RetailLossMonth + WholeLossMonth

 

Your wholesale cost loss per case = WholeLossCase

Your weekly wholesale cost loss = WholeLossWeek

Your Monthly wholesale cost loss = 4.3 * WholeLossWeek

Your retail loss per bottle = RetailLossBottle

Your retail loss per case = RetailLossCase

Your weekly retail loss = RetailLossWeek

Your monthly retail loss = RetailLossMonth

Your total average liquor losses per month = TotalLossMonth

Your total liquor losses per year = 12 * TotalLossMonth

 

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