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Taprooms

The power to sample freely

Thanks to the craft movement, taprooms and tasting rooms are on the rise. Nielson data says 42% of U.S. consumers are visiting taprooms more than they did the year before, and the key reason they’re coming back is to taste and try a wide spectrum of beers. That second part may not be surprising, but it does tell us that people like to try things.

With self-pour, you can give guests the power to try, test, taste, sip, and sample as they please. But now it’s on their tab, not yours.

Fast facts

Experiences

Millennials (especially ages 21-34) are seeking out new places to drink, and creative new experiences to engage with craft beverages

Sampling

55% of U.S. consumers said that the key reason they visit taprooms and brewpubs is because “they wanted to sample a variety of offerings”

Variety

Females are driven more by the appeal of variety (58%) over males (53%)

Gross Margin

iPourIt self-serve taprooms recognize a 70-82% gross margin for alcohol on average

Boost your taproom business with iPourIt self-pour technology

Eliminate the wait

Self-pour is self-paced. Customers can check-in quickly, drink on their own schedule and get out as soon as they’re ready.

Self-Pour pro tools

Save time with automated discounts, intelligent inventory management and remote tech support - so you can focus on bigger things.

Lighten your labor

Bring your experts out from behind the bar to engage with customers, make recommendations and ensure social distancing.

Keep customers safe

Choose touchless set-up and pouring options to reduce touch points between customers and staff, while reducing single-use product waste.

Dig into data

iPourIt SMARTS™ technology collects pour data from each system, providing you with handy consumer data and operational insights.

Offer more options

Please everyone in the group, even the ones who “don’t like beer” (yet), by offering wine, cocktails, and hard seltzer, cider and kombucha on tap.

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"Sweet spot" tap count:

50 taps

Pricing estimate:

$815-$1400 per tap

Tap selection tips for taprooms

While sampling is a huge part of the self-pour experience, our data shows that “loyalist” or traditional lagers are the top-seller across the board. This is a must-have.

Hard seltzers are hot! So is hard cider and kombucha. We recommend reserving a few taps.

Our data shows that female customers are less price sensitive and tend to go for premium products like red and white wine. One or two of each will do the trick.

Use the TapVision™ Business Intelligence tool to see what customers are drinking and which slow-moving products need to be swapped out.

Hear from an iPourIt taproom operator

iPourit systems power hundreds of self-serve taprooms. Hear why Roshiem Austin of Tap That Downtown chose to partner with us.
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“We couldn’t be more impressed with the versatility and reliability.”

Ramon Ballester
Co-Owner, Pour Taproom
Atlanta, GA

Powerful tools for your self-pour taproom business

Fastest check-in speed

Allow guests to scan their own ID and payment for quick, touch-free check-in.

Automated pricing specials

Tap screens change automatically to reflect pricing specials on specific products during preset time ranges.

Tap-to-activate RFID tech

With our user-friendly technology, guests can simply tap their RFID near the tap screen to immediately start a pour.

Intelligent inventory

Start tracking keg aging upon delivery and see exactly how much product is left in each keg at all times.

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