A well-stocked bar can elevate any party to a classy soiree. Give your thirsty guests a palette of cocktail ingredients to choose from. If you're no mixologist.
Make sure you have a wide range and variety of glasses for different beverages. Highball glasses, martini glasses and cocktail glasses are a good start.
Sort your alcohol. Buy the staples: Whiskey, vodka, gin, bourbon, tequila, et al. And arrange them in a way where the most commonly used or coupled are near each other.
Buy bar gadgets. The minimum is a shaker and an ice bucket. If you make blended drinks, have a blender on hand, as well.
Stock the bar with a few bottles of wine and a case of beer. This is the go-to stash because someone, inevitably, will want a basic beer or glass of wine. Keep these handy.
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