Although alcohol is in high demand almost everywhere in the US you would open a liquor store, it is not as easy to make it work as you might think at first sight.
The competition on the beverage store market is very high, and in order to offer a competitive advantage for your store, it is important to think about all the important things and to draw up a plan. It will not only allow the calculation of the efficiency of the project, but will also become a good tool for monitoring all stages of activity.
A wide variety of types of goods require an analysis of demand to form an assortment of products.
In addition to selling the classic alcoholic products (e.g. wine, beer, martini, vodka, champagne etc.) you typically see in such a store and that are in high demand, you may want to consider including more special products as well. For instance, you can also keep an assortment of very rare beverages that could catch the eye of people with more eccentric tastes – or which could be bought as gifts (and for good money).
Other special products you might want to consider selling are home brewing kits, which have become incredibly popular lately. Liquor accessories like cocktail shakers are helpful, bottle openers, aerators or measuring cups should also be on your list, and you may even consider some gourmet foods that would go great with the beverages you’re selling.