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Unformatted text preview: costs roughly about $130 dollars, one keg can fill about 140 cups. The cost of goods sold for each individual beer will be $0.93 cents. We will be selling each beer at about $7, so one keg will produce $980 dollars of sales, our profit will be $850 dollars per keg after $130 dollars in COGS. Our mixed drinks which consist of juices and hard liquor cost about $2.48 each, and our drinks on average will sell at $8 dollars, so our profit margin will be $5.52....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course BUS 173C at San Jose State University .