Bar Supplies

The neighborhood watering hole is where folks gather to catch up with old friends, celebrate success, and form new connections. Whether your bar is the neighborhood pub or has a casual dining atmosphere, we have the supplies to keep you serving up profit-producing potables. We've got all the bar supplies you need from the kegerator to cocktail glasses.

Commercial Ice Maker Shop Now

Having the right bar ice maker on hand ensures you can serve your cocktails, frozen drinks, and straight liquors at the perfect chill.

Bar Refrigeration Shop Now

Having the right bar refrigerator can make a huge difference in a business that survives on offering cold drinks. From bottle coolers to tap systems, we have them.

Bar Drinkware Shop Now

Bar glasses are an essential part of any beverage-focused business. Find the specialty glassware you need here, from beer glasses to cocktail glasses.

Blenders & Mixers Shop Now

A bar blender enables you to craft the perfect frozen cocktails, breaking down hard ice and mixing it perfectly with liquor and other ingredients.

Bar Matting Shop Now

A single bar mat provides a non-slip surface for wet glasses that also captures drips. A bar rail mat provides a whole line of that functionality.

Bar Ice Bin Shop Now

These bar ice bins provide either drop-in storage for your ice or a standalone unit that holds ice and liquor bottles at the ready for your bartenders.

Bartending Supplies Shop Now

Find all the essentials your bartenders need here, from jiggers to the bar spoon, shakers to bar towels. We also offer glass rimmers, liquor pourers, and garnish caddies.

Underbar Station Shop Now

An underbar station provides storage for bulky items like glass racks and boxes, keeping those items stowed but accessible. Some also include a drain or sink.

Portable Bar Shop Now

Bring the party to any part of your operation or catering venue with one of these portable bars, which make the bartender's tools and workspace mobile.

Commercial Bar Sink Shop Now

These units provide a standalone sink for hand washing, glass washing, and other back-bar tasks. Models are available with one to four compartments.

Wait Service Supplies Shop Now

From your customer's first interactions in your restaurant at the hostess stand to meal service to paying their bill, these tools make it all possible.

Liquor Display Shop Now

A bar bottle display not only keeps all your liquors organized and convenient for your bartenders, it also helps merchandise your drinks.

Wine Supplies Shop Now

A wine service at your restaurant or bar can add a high-margin item to your menu that customers both enjoy and like to see, particularly at nice establishments.

Glass Washers Shop Now

Whether you need an undercounter glass washer or bottle brushes for use in your commercial wash sink, you'll find the cleaning items you need here.

Speed Rail Shop Now

A speed rail keeps bottles of liquor and mixers at the ready for your bartenders, helping them, appropriately, increase their production speeds.

Beer System Shop Now

A barrel beer system pipes draft brews from a keg stored in a walk-in cooler directly to the tap system on your bar, allowing you to serve the freshest beer.

Glass Rack and Hanger Shop Now

Keep your glasses out of the way but easily accessible with an overhead glass hanger, perfect for stemmed glassware like snifters and wine glasses.

Whether your bar focuses on craft beer or expertly crafted cocktails, having the right supplies on hand can make all the difference in the service you're able to provide to customers. Customers remember good drinks and great service, and these supplies can help you provide both. From ice makers and kegerators to cocktail glasses and shakers, you can find all of the bar supplies you need here.

Common Questions About Bar Supplies

Which commercial ice maker is best for a bar?

There are two main factors to consider when choosing an ice maker for a bar. First is how much ice you need. A cocktail bar generally needs about three pounds per person, but a bar that does more business in beer may not need that much. The second factor is what kind of ice you need. If you'll be making blended frozen cocktails, crescent, half-cube, or nugget ice is often preferred due to ease of blending. However, for chilling high-end cocktails, you might prefer large gourmet cubes, which melt slower and will not dilute the drink as quickly.

What size kegerator do I need?

Your kegerator's size will depend on how much beer, as well as how many varieties of beer, you will be serving on tap. Kegerators can have one to four taps and, in most cases, each tap will be connected to a different keg. That means the number of taps you have will determine the number of types of beer you can serve. In some cases, there may be more cabinet spaces than taps, so you can store an extra keg of your most popular beer.

Is glass or plastic drinkware better for a bar?

Glass drinkware is often associated with quality in customers' minds, but in some cases plastic is better. If your bar is outdoors or in a venue that experiences an excessive amount of broken glasses, you may want to consider changing to plastic. Some types of plastic, such as Tritan, have a glass-like appearance while maintaining the durability of plastic.

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