Pour spouts are all around you if you work in the bar industry. They’ve been with you since the beginning, on practically every bottle. Pour spouts are important for speed and accuracy, as they prevent over-pouring, spillage, and wasted time. If you’ve ever tried to pour a cocktail without one, you’ve almost certainly ruined it and wasted money. They may be all slick metal and rubber, a symphony of multi-colored plastic spouts, or a combination of the two, depending on your bar. If you need to replace one, you can replace it with whatever is available.
There’s still a lot of work to be done to have the bar ready for the next opening. Individually cleaning the bottles to prevent dust and other undesired particles from accumulating is more detailed. It also leaves you with the discretion of whether or not to keep the pourers on. Although pourers can be left on liquor bottles, it is preferable to remove or cover them to protect the contents.
• The pourer can be used to pour liquids professionally.
• It’s made of stainless steel, so it’ll last a long time.
• It also contains a rubber gasket to ensure that no leaks occur.
• Stainless steel is the material of choice.
• Dimensions: 11 x 3.1 cm
• 10 Pourers with Tapered Sprouts are included in the package.
Assembly time is reduced- Because you won’t have to put the spouts back on every night if you don’t bother taking them off, every bar opening will take less time. As a result, you can use your time to complete other tasks to prepare for the day.
There is no additional work for closure processes- The bartender and other bar personnel are likely exhausted after service hours. They could continue with other closing operations if they chose to leave the spouts on, allowing them to close early.
You won’t have to clean them as frequently- You won’t have to clean the spouts frequently because you won’t be removing them every night. It is advised, however, that the pourers be cleaned and sanitized regularly.
Oxidation happens quickly- When pourers without caps are used, oxygen can freely touch the alcohol, causing it to degrade and shortening its shelf life. It would be a waste if liquors lost their unique flavor, and you had to throw them away.
Liquors lose their alcohol content as time passes- The evaporated liquid will escape through the hole of the spout if the bottles are exposed to heat, such as sunshine or spotlights. If this continues for a long period, the alcohol concentration of the liquor will gradually decrease. Sweet liqueurs lose their flavor and sweetness as well.
Every bar has a policy on whether or not to remove or leave liquor pourers on bottles. Nonetheless, we strongly advise uninstalling and cleaning the pourers before reattaching them to the bottles the next day. As a result, health concerns are reduced, and the bar is kept clean.