Bar Design Process

Before an entrepreneur can determine which dimensions get your bar, it's worth thinking over the required functions and routing in the bar and what equipment is needed. This has to do with how many guests you expect, expected consumption of variety of drinks, and how you wish to serve the guests. Gamko can advise you. Even if it is an existing bar and you are bound to a limited space.

Bar design process

Gamko has a wide range of solutions for both front and back bar. With our Flexbar (modular bar system), we can deliver a custom-made solution for the entire bar to establish your dream bar and to exceed your expectations with enormous possibilities. With our other ranges we can add products to optimize your one-way-stop with glass frosters, wine coolers, keg coolers, beer coolers, slide top coolers, glass freezers, etc etc

When the front-and back bar are equipped with all necessary products, there may be insufficient space for (unforeseen) peak times to store the stock of chilled beverages or kegs in the bar. For this Gamko also has a wide range of stock coolers for kegs and/or crates which can be placed in an adjoining kitchen and storage room, in a basement or out of doors. The stock coolers of Gamko are differentiated by rapid chilling times so there is always stock ready to be served immediately. For small or inaccessible areas Gamko has solutions which can be assembled in any location.

Together with our partners, we can ensure a fully equipped bar. For the possibilities in your situation please feel free to contact our sales department.

Bar design process

To design a bar almost anything is possible. The essence of a representative and (cost-) effective Bar Design is the correct positioning of each required function in the overall bar set up. We are giving consideration to both the back and the front bar. The so-called back bar, the side of the bar that is always visible to your customers and which can be designed in many ways to present your drinks in an appealing manner. When you will present the drinks attractively, it will increase the beverage sales in the venue. The front bar is the part where you are serving your guests, where for example cocktail accessories can be integrated, where you keep your stock, and where often the items are stored out of sight of the customer.

Bar design process