The Glacier Gazette! October, 2021

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A Memo From Management…

With Halloween coming don’t let your customers get SPOOKED by serving beer from a system that has not been well maintained. Maintenance on your draft system is of the utmost importance. It gives your system longer life as well as cleaner, better tasting beer.

Think of us as doctors of your draft system. Having your system fail from something that could have been prevented by regular maintenance, those are the real SPOOKS we need to look out for. Keep your system well maintained and have peace of mind that no ghouls or ghosts will shut your system down. Enjoy this beer-drinking holiday and always remember, Glacier is here for you when you need us.

Have a spook-tacular Halloween!

Nick Smith

Assistant General Manager

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