Each Gallon Bottle of Concentrate Makes 6 Gallons of Gatorade
Each 1-gallon bottle of Gatorade Concentrate makes 6 gallons of the original Thirst Quencher.
Gatorade concentrates can be mixed with water in a cooler for larger batches, or pumps can be used to dispense single servings on an as needed basis. Many teams find that using pumps cuts down on product waste, and everyone can also choose the flavor they prefer.
Available in Lemon Lime, Fruit Punch, Orange and Fierce Grape. And if you can’t decide on a single flavor, we have variety packs exclusive to Powder Mix Direct.
Gatorade Liquid Concentrate vs Gatorade Powder Mix
We’re often asked our opinion on liquid concentrate vs powder mix. As with most things in life, each has its pros and cons. So here’s a quick comparison to help you decide which is best for you.
First off, both forms produce finished products that taste just like ready-to-drink Gatorade. However, many people find the liquid concentrate slightly easier to mix. Although the powder mix dissolves completely with a little stirring, the liquid concentrate blends without much agitation.
When it comes to cost per gallon of finished product, the liquid concentrate is a little more expensive than the powder mix. However, both are much less costly than ready-to-drink Gatorade, and the liquid concentrate does provide some added convenience. For example, 1-gallon bottles of Gatorade concentrate can be fitted with inexpensive pumps to make single servings on an as needed basis. Although we do sell scoops to measure out single servings of powder, since the powder mix comes in pouches, it needs to first be poured into another container to make scooping a little more practical.
Finally, there’s also a slight difference when it comes to flavor choices. Both are available in Fruit Punch, Lemon Lime and Orange. However, Fierce Grape is only available in the liquid concentrate, while Glacier Freeze and Riptide Rush are only available in powder form.