Featured Draft Beer Installation: Churchill’s Pub and Grille

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The atmosphere of a pub is like nothing else. At Churchill’s in San Marcos, staying true to the original definition of a “public house” is what it’s all about. They cater to all ages and all people. You’re welcome as long as you want to have a good time.

To reflect this attitude even in their aesthetics, Churchill’s wanted a tap that would showcase their beer in a friendly and down-home way. They contacted Glacier to put this plan into action. We were able to recommend and install a polished stainless steel straight tower that included flanges to accommodate the different beers available at the bar. The traditional, yet sleek look met the exact ambiance they were looking for and provided easy access to their beers to give their patrons the best experience.


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