POSTED ON January 13th - POSTED IN BlogChilled glasses are great to serve draft beer in. However, bartenders should avoid freezing glassware. Here’s why: Aroma. Using a frozen glass promotes the storage of carbonation in beer and reduces its aroma. Additionally, when it’s stored in a freezer, the aroma from other items (usually frozen liquors such as Goldschlager or Jagermeister) will seep into the […]
POSTED ON January 1st - POSTED IN BlogMEMO FROM MANAGEMENT Happy New Year! We are thrilled to be able to wish this to you after the turmoil of the COVID pandemic. As a business we were able to strengthen the reliability of our service that we provide as well as the quality of our communications we have with you, our customer. We […]
POSTED ON December 28th - POSTED IN BlogMaintaining a bar takes dedication and attention to detail, especially to cleaning. A regularly scheduled line cleaning program will involve replacing draft beer lines every year. Bar owners will know that it’s time to replace draft beer lines when they see discoloring lines, with small spots of beer stone inside.
POSTED ON December 17th - POSTED IN BlogNew bar and restaurant owners are committed to keeping their beer lines clean and operating efficiently. To keep customers happy with the quality of their beer, cleaning the beer lines is of utmost importance.
POSTED ON December 13th - POSTED IN BlogRemember the show “Cheers”? The bartender wipes each glass with a bar towel, leading us to believe that’s how beer glasses are supposed to be cleaned. But, this is wrong. Mostly because of the dirt and grime that gathers on the towel after wiping down the bar top transfers to the beer glass.