It's Friday night and your bar has been busy all evening long. So far you've kicked 3 kegs and you know a 4th could blow any second.
It's been a solid sales night, especially for the bar. And you've worked hard, so you really feel like you can hang your hat on the day.
But nestling right up next to your "job well done" satisfaction is another, worse feeling: dread. You're feeling it because you have to update your bar menu tonight.
If you make your bar menu manually with a tool like Microsoft Word, Photoshop, or Adobe Illustrator, that means you've got a lot of work to do:
You have to track down beer information for the 3 (or maybe 4) new beers. That means you run a bunch of Google searches then sift through the results to find good descriptions. When you find it, you copy it and then paste it into your menu document. You fix the formatting that got screwed up, and then, finally, you push print and can go home. Exhale.
But you know that exhale doesn't last long; you've already had to update the bar menu 3 times this week.
Here's the good news—updating your bar menu doesn't have to take that long. Read on to learn how to update your bar menu template—complete with drink descriptions—in just a couple clicks.