We’ve looked at the data behind all our customers before, but not all of them are alike.

In our previous BevSpot data posts, we’ve given you a peek at the top‑selling beverage products across the bar and restaurant industry. We’ve compared beer, wine and spirits, and broken down spirits to find the most-ordered brands.

Now, we’re taking a closer look at the types of bars and restaurants we work with.

BevSpot partners with a wide variety of establishments, ranging from nano-breweries, country clubs, wine bars and even Mexican-themed cocktail bars. And, while some of the best-selling beverages are popular in many kinds of bars and restaurants, every type of establishment has a few unique favorites that are popular with its specific customer base.

By taking a look at the highest-trafficked brands for a group of establishments, we can get a sense of how their patrons’ purchasing habits differ. 

We analyzed the order data of nine different bar and restaurant types to understand how their top-selling products vary.

Top-selling brands for breakfast and brunch establishments

This breakdown illustrates a few popular options for a boozy brunch menu: coffee, mimosas, sangria and a whole lot of other cocktails.

But what do these top-selling products mean for breakfast and brunch restaurants around the country?

We dig into the data in the full report, where breakfast and brunch is just the beginning.

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Download the report to see the full list of nine different types of bars and restaurants and the beverage brands they ordered most.

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