Condiment holders are a key ingredient for any bar that is serving any drink beyond your standard pint of beer or glass of wine. As we are sure you will have guessed, condiment holders are great for keeping your bar and service area efficient, clean and organised. Naturally each section in the condiment holder can be used to store a different garnish or cocktail ingredient.
We have a number of different condiment holders in the range depending on your requirements. In terms of size our largest condiment houses 6 different sections for storing various produce. All versions of the condiment holders come with lids, which in our experience is very important to keep those pesky bar flies out of your fresh ingredients – and therefore maintain sanitary standards expected of any bar.
Each section within the condiment holder has its own stand a lone plastic compartment and not to worry if you loose any of these, they are also available to purchase separately. These compartments are often used to store lemon and lime wedges, strawberries, orange slices, olives and cherries – amongst others.
All of the plastic range of condiment holders also come with an area just beneath where each of the compartments sit, which can be filled with ice. This of course is very important for keeping your garnish fresh and appetising throughout the shift – especially on a hot summer’s day! This is only available in the plastic version of the condiment holder rather than our stainless steel version.
The plastic condiment holders are a little lighter than their stainless steel counterparts and come in 4 and 6 compartment sizes. The stainless steel are available with 4, 5 or 6 sections. We also do a plastic version of the 4 compartment condiment holder that has been merged with a bar caddy, creating a napkin holder on one end and an area for storing stirrers, cocktail sticks and more, on the other end.
Both the plastic and stainless steel versions of the Beaumont condiment holders are long lasting and very easy to clean down at the end of the night. Both will go into your typical glass wash, although sometimes we find it is easier to glass wash the plastic compartments that have been holding fresh produce and wipe down the rest of the condiment holder with anti bacterial spray.
Due to the shape and style of each of the condiment holders they can also all be easily stored alongside each other at the end of the night. Effortlessly stacking on top of each other or sliding into a small space, these condiment holders are designed to be both easy to clean up and store.