Energy Drinks 2018-08-27T18:39:41+00:00

It may not give you wings, and you won’t have to tear into the can to get that brand name energy drink taste!

Cost: For one 3 gallon bag in the box energy drink, you will average 548-10oz. glass servings, with an average of 4 ounces of energy drink per glass, plus spirits and ice, that equals on average $0.16 per glass. Looking at other energy brands in cans, lets say the one that “gives you wings” you’re averaging 4 ounces used per 8 ounce can, thats 2 drinks per can. At an average price of $35.99 per case of 24, it would cost you a WHOPPING $413.89 to equal out the same usage!

Storage: Storage in bars, nightclubs and convenience stores is limited. The main storage areas are typically jam packed and bartenders end up lugging heavy cases of beer, wine, spirits and more from storage to the main bar. Having your energy drink on the gun with your other sodas and juices saves time. Who w ants to carry 11 cases of energy drink to the bar? Or, who wants to slot 11 cases of drinks in a fridge? Not us!

Waste: Cans? Each time you open a can in a bar or a nightclub you can count on 30% waste as you pour out the half used cans every night, or halfway through a shit when they go flat. Not to mention the space it takes to keep an open can on ice. And – you better hope your bartender or server doesn’t spill that can. Then you are looking at melting out the ice bin and refilling again!

Shrinkage: No, not “that” kind. We all know that cans of energy drink end up “walking away” from any establishment. Having your energy drink on the gun stops this. Will people still fill up a glass and have a sip? Probably. But your cans or cases of cans won’t disappear and at $0.17 cents an ounce there will likely be a significant decrease in shrinkage, which means more MONEY in your pocket!

309 – Full Flavor Energy Drink

217 – Sugar Free Energy Drink

815 – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Banzai – Full Flavor Energy Drink

Banzai Blue – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Banzai Sugar Free – Sugar Free Energy Drink

309 – Full Flavor Energy Drink

217 – Sugar Free Energy Drink

815 – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Banzai – Full Flavor Energy Drink

Banzai Blue – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Banzai Sugar Free – Sugar Free Energy Drink

Cost: For one 3 gallon bag in the box energy drink, you will average 548-10oz. glass servings, with an average of 4 ounces of energy drink per glass, plus spirits and ice, that equals on average $0.16 per glass. Looking at other energy brands in cans, lets say the one that “gives you wings” you’re averaging 4 ounces used per 8 ounce can, thats 2 drinks per can. At an average price of $35.99 per case of 24, it would cost you a WHOPPING $413.89 to equal out the same usage!

Storage: Storage in bars, nightclubs and convenience stores is limited. The main storage areas are typically jam packed and bartenders end up lugging heavy cases of beer, wine, spirits and more from storage to the main bar. Having your energy drink on the gun with your other sodas and juices saves time. Who w ants to carry 11 cases of energy drink to the bar? Or, who wants to slot 11 cases of drinks in a fridge? Not us!

Waste: Cans? Each time you open a can in a bar or a nightclub you can count on 30% waste as you pour out the half used cans every night, or halfway through a shit when they go flat. Not to mention the space it takes to keep an open can on ice. And – you better hope your bartender or server doesn’t spill that can. Then you are looking at melting out the ice bin and refilling again!

Shrinkage: No, not “that” kind. We all know that cans of energy drink end up “walking away” from any establishment. Having your energy drink on the gun stops this. Will people still fill up a glass and have a sip? Probably. But your cans or cases of cans won’t disappear and at $0.17 cents an ounce there will likely be a significant decrease in shrinkage, which means more MONEY in your pocket!

309 – Full Flavor Energy Drink

217 – Sugar Free Energy Drink

815 – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Cost: For one 3-gallon bag in the box energy drink, you will average 548-10oz. glass servings, with an average of 4 ounces of energy drink per glass, plus spirits and ice, that equals on average $0.16 per glass. Looking at other energy brands in cans, let’s say the one that “gives you wings” you’re averaging 4 ounces used per 8 ounce can, that’s 2 drinks per can. At an average price of $35.99 per case of 24, it would cost you a WHOPPING $413.89 to equal out the same usage!

Storage: Storage in bars, nightclubs and convenience stores is limited. The main storage areas are typically jam packed and bartenders end up lugging heavy cases of beer, wine, spirits and more from storage to the main bar. Having your energy drink on the gun with your other sodas and juices saves time. Who wants to carry 11 cases of energy drink to the bar? Or, who wants to slot 11 cases of drinks in a fridge? Not us!

Waste: Cans? Each time you open a can in a bar or a nightclub you can count on 30% waste as you pour out the half used cans every night, or halfway through a shift when they go flat. Not to mention the space it takes to keep an open can on ice. And – you better hope your bartender or server doesn’t spill that can. Then you are looking at melting out the ice bin and refilling again!

Shrinkage: No, not “that” kind. We all know that cans of energy drink end up “walking away” from any establishment. Having your energy drink on the gun stops this. Will people still fill up a glass and have a sip? Probably. But your cans or cases of cans won’t disappear and at $0.17 cents an ounce there will likely be a significant decrease in shrinkage, which means more MONEY in your pocket!

Banzai – Full Flavor Energy Drink

Banzai Blue – Blue Raspberry Energy Drink

Banzai Sugar Free – Sugar Free Energy Drink