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Bar Supplies That Save the Day (and Night)

Liquor pourers
If you work behind a bar, you’re probably already familiar with liquor pourers, those small but indispensable items that make tending bar much easier, faster and more consistent. For bar owners and managers, the financial benefits are nothing to sneeze at, because they eliminate costly over pouring and messy spills. What’s more, pourers that have flip tops prevent dust and insects from sullying perfectly good booze.

I should add: here at Tundra we carry nine brands of liquor pourers, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to find the exact product to meet your establishment’s needs in our Bar Specialty Shop. (If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just drop us a line and we’ll see what we can do.)

Store & pour containers
Efficient pouring is only half of the equation. Efficient storing is equally important, and it’s probably no surprise that we can help you in that department too. Store and pour containers allow your bar staff to prepare mixed drinks in advance of your busiest nighttime hours. They’re dishwasher safe, break-resistant and typically include color-coded spouts and lids to help you keep everything smooth behind the bar during those wild and crazy nights.

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About the video: from our friends at Precision Pour, a comprehensive and compelling look at the many benefits of using a Precision Pour pourer. Check it out!

About Jeb Foster

With a passion for content, Jeb is Tundra’s email guru and works to deliver a perfect mixture of content and deals in our emails to keep even the finickiest subscriber overwhelmed with email happiness. When he’s not at Tundra, he likes to spend his time playing air guitar and remembering the good old days of snail mail.

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