A Memo From Management…
Are you ready for some football? I personally look forward every year to spring training for baseball and late summer when training camp starts for football. Each year teams look to improve from their previous season and make changes wherever possible to achieve their ultimate goal of a championship. Here at Glacier Design Systems we are of the same mindset and always trying to improve and make ourselves better so that we can help each of our customers with their draft systems.
If you have not put any recent time into looking at refreshing your draft system or had someone out to service it in the last year it’s time to give the experts a call. We will come out to your location and give you a free estimate on what it would take to get your system into tip-top shape or have our service department come and inspect your system from head to toe with our 33 point inspection checklist. Get your team ready to perform at their best and maximize your profits across the board.
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Whether you currently operate a bar or are thinking about it, it’s important to understand the various types of draft beer systems and how they work. A glycol draft beer system, for example, consists of three main components: power pack, trunk line, and draft beer tower.
If you’re searching for a new draft beer system for your restaurant, it’s important to take the time to research the different types of systems. If a long draw beer system is best for you, consider the following questions before scheduling installation.
In the hustle and bustle of managing a bar, it’s easy to fall behind on cleaning and maintaining a draft beer system. But to keep beer quality consistent — and customers happy — it’s important to take the following steps.
Glacier Design Systems recently completed the design and installation of a Direct Draw draft beer system for Venice West, a live blues music venue soon to open in Los Angeles, CA. The draft beer system has 14 taps and will help the venue serve customers for years to come.