58 min

Self-Pouring Is the Future | Season 4, Vol. 4: PourMyBeer Hospitality Hangout

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In the latest episode of the Hospitality Hangout podcast, Michael Schatzberg “The Restaurant Guy” and Jimmy Frischling “The Finance Guy” chat with Josh Goodman, the founder of PourMyBeer, to explore the latest in self-serve trends and developments in self-pour technology.

With over 8,000 taps in 24 countries, PourMyBeer is an industry leader in self-pour technology, offering a next-generation system that facilitates quick, efficient access to beverages. Consumers simply pour their beer, wine, cocktails, cold brew, or kombucha and pay by the ounce.

“One of my prerequisites for my partners in Austria was that it had to be so simple that my six-year-old son could install it and support it,” says Goodman. “We’ve doubled in revenue almost every year… it’s all about integrations and making it a seamless process.”

The company has enjoyed immense success and attention—Coca-Cola European Partners just invested in PourMyBeer last year. For Goodman, quality construction remains the primary goal: every system is restaurant-grade with long-lasting screens designed for 24/7 use.

“We are going to be transitioning more to PourMyBeverage over the next year or two because our number one selling product across all of our taps was margaritas,” adds Goodman. “Cocktails on tap is where everything is going.”

Click here for more recovery and relief information for restaurant, hospitality and food service operators. And to keep listening, check out The Hospitality Hangout podcast on Spotify!

This syndicated content is brought to you by Branded Strategic Hospitality.

In the latest episode of the Hospitality Hangout podcast, Michael Schatzberg “The Restaurant Guy” and Jimmy Frischling “The Finance Guy” chat with Josh Goodman, the founder of PourMyBeer, to explore the latest in self-serve trends and developments in self-pour technology.

With over 8,000 taps in 24 countries, PourMyBeer is an industry leader in self-pour technology, offering a next-generation system that facilitates quick, efficient access to beverages. Consumers simply pour their beer, wine, cocktails, cold brew, or kombucha and pay by the ounce.

“One of my prerequisites for my partners in Austria was that it had to be so simple that my six-year-old son could install it and support it,” says Goodman. “We’ve doubled in revenue almost every year… it’s all about integrations and making it a seamless process.”

The company has enjoyed immense success and attention—Coca-Cola European Partners just invested in PourMyBeer last year. For Goodman, quality construction remains the primary goal: every system is restaurant-grade with long-lasting screens designed for 24/7 use.

“We are going to be transitioning more to PourMyBeverage over the next year or two because our number one selling product across all of our taps was margaritas,” adds Goodman. “Cocktails on tap is where everything is going.”

Click here for more recovery and relief information for restaurant, hospitality and food service operators. And to keep listening, check out The Hospitality Hangout podcast on Spotify!

This syndicated content is brought to you by Branded Strategic Hospitality.

58 min