THE RULES

Buy what you need.

Buy lots when prices are low

To make a bottle of beer:
. .1/4 lb Hops
. .2 oz. Yeast
. .1 bottle

Enter what price you think people will pay. Then hope they pay it and are willing to buy enough beer!

BEWARE
. .Inventory items
. .can spoil or break

WEEKLY EVENTS
. .will affect demand
. .both good and bad.

Remember the 80's? Duran Duran, sticker collections, and Apple computers. Remember the playing games on the school's new Apple IIe computer in the library like Oregon Trail? How about Lemonade Stand? You were told the weather the you purchased supplies: lemons, sugar and cups, and charged a price and the game would let you know how your business did.

Well, it's 15 years later and just like your step up from Chuck E. Cheese to Dave and Busters, it's time to step up from the old Lemonade Stand and to a new grown-up game: 306WD's Beer Stand.

Good Luck!

MAKE PURCHASES FOR WEEK #1

You have $
Pounds of Hops (cost ):
Ounces of Yeast (cost ):
Number of Bottles (cost ):
Beer cost / bottle (using above prices)
Charge how much per bottle?