POSTED ON September 24th - POSTED IN BlogThe key to a properly functioning draft beer system is routine maintenance. Cleaning the keg coupler and faucet is an important part of keeping your beer free of yeast and mold, since just a small amount could lead to serious problems for the entire system.
POSTED ON September 21st - POSTED IN BlogWhen designing a custom draft beer system, we’re often asked what formula we use to calculate the number of kegs/lines that should be in a set cooler space to keep from overcrowding it.
POSTED ON September 13th - POSTED IN BlogThe two most important parts of a draft beer system are refrigeration and gas. While it may be easy to guess what role refrigeration plays in a draft beer system, most customers don’t know why they need gas.
POSTED ON August 23rd - POSTED IN BlogWhether 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.