Terms & Conditions

The terms and conditions form part of a legally binding contract between Tipple and Fizz and the Client. The receipt of your booking form and deposit will constitute a contract and you accept the following conditions.

Tipple and Fizz will be the sole provider of all beverages at the event, the only exception to this is at a Wedding Breakfast where wine and water have been supplied by the caterers. Guests are not permitted to bring their own drinks.

A suitable parking spot for Tipple and Fizz should be made available next to the venue access point. This is to facilitate availability of additional stock and for ease of loading and unloading. Depending on the event, we may need parking for a refrigeration unit vehicle. Tipple and Fizz will make the client aware if a vehicle of this size is needed. Tipple and Fizz will need good safe access to the room or marquee. Please keep in mind our equipment is heavy and we are unable to tow through deep mud. We reserve the right to refuse to provide a service and there will be no refund should it be assessed dangerous.

The client shall ensure sufficient access time at the venue prior to the start of the event to allow for unloading, setting up and preparation of equipment and stock. The client shall also ensure there is sufficient time between closing the bar and having to vacate the event premises, allowing for dismantling of equipment and loading into vehicles.

Bar opening times are subject to local licensing authority granting a licence. Tipple and Fizz will act on behalf of the client in all discussions and licence applications with both the venue and alcohol licensing. Tipple and Fizz cannot guarantee that a licence and/or opening times will be granted as this decision is made by the local authority. Should a licence not be granted the deposit shall be returned to the client minus the £21 application fee.

All of Tipple and Fizz bars adhere to The Licensing Act 2003 and operate a “Think 21 Policy”. No alcohol will be sold to anyone under 18 years. If your event includes guests who may appear under 21yrs they will require photo ID. Guests that appear to be under 21 years and cannot prove they are 18 years or over will be refused service. Tipple and Fizz will not serve anyone who is excessively drunk, abusive or threatening to staff or guests. Any physical attack on a member of staff will result in the bar closing immediately and the Police being called.

Tipple and Fizz are able to accept card payments for drink; this is dependent on a strong mobile signal. If this is not available, cards cannot be used. We do not offer credit and do not run a tab for any other person than the client.

Many events on public or farm land do not allow glass to be used. Clients are to confirm with the venue if glass is allowed. If the client requires glassware they will advise Tipple and Fizz, otherwise we shall presume plastic glasses are required. Should the client wish to use glass not plastic, all lost or damaged glasses must be paid for and will be charged to the client after the event.

When a cash bar is booked, depending on the event location and number of guests, the client may be asked to commit to a minimum spend. The client will be advised of this at the time of booking. Where the deposit is refundable to the client, Tipple and Fizz will confirm within 7 days of the event that the qualifying factors have been met and the deposit returned.

Should you wish to cancel your booking, 90 days’ notice is required for a full refund of your deposit or booking fee. Any cancellation under 90 days will forfeit your deposit. Should a licence have already been applied for, this will be deducted from your deposit if/when returned.

Tipple and Fizz will take all reasonable care when setting up and managing the bar; however we will not be held responsible for scratches to the venue floor, drink spillages and any perceived damage caused whilst carrying out normal bartender duties.

Tipple and Fizz does not accept any liability for any failure to provide our services which is due to circumstances beyond our control, such as extreme weather conditions, vehicle road traffic collision/breakdown, fire alarm evacuation, power failure or an “Act of God”.

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