POSTED ON November 24th - POSTED IN BlogThe FOB detects an empty keg and stops beer flow, which eliminates the foam created by an empty keg. It also eliminates the need to refill lines with beer and purge air from the system. With an FOB installed on a beer line, when a keg hits empty and the bartender taps the new keg, […]
POSTED ON November 15th - POSTED IN BlogCraft beer industry standards have 38°F as the key temperature recommended for serving and storing most draft beers. However, some beers will taste better when served at a warmer temperature. These beers may include ales, Belgian Dubbel, Belgian Quad, Flanders Red, Oud Bruin, and Imperial Stout.
POSTED ON October 26th - POSTED IN BlogOver pouring beer can lead to sale losses ranging from 5% to 50%. The average amount is 23%, or nearly one out of four beers. These losses can occur for a variety of reasons. Staff may sell drinks without recording them in the register. They may charge regular prices for drinks, but ring them in […]