Back bar alcohol products typically refer to the types of alcoholic beverages that are stored and displayed in the back area of a bar or restaurant, as opposed to the "well" or "speed rail" where the most commonly used drinks are stored. Back bar alcohol products can include premium liquors, wines, and craft beers, which are often more expensive and higher quality than the standard options available in the well.
The back bar may feature different types of spirits, such as whiskeys, gins, vodkas, tequilas, and rums, as well as liqueurs, bitters, and other mixers used to create a variety of cocktails and mixed drinks. These products are often displayed on shelves, in glass cases, or in illuminated back bar displays for easy viewing and selection by customers.
Back bar alcohol products can also include rare or limited-edition items, such as small-batch bourbons or aged scotches, that are prized by collectors and connoisseurs of fine spirits. The selection and variety of back bar alcohol products can be a point of pride for bartenders and can enhance the overall drinking experience for customers.