The draft beer business seems to be a fairly safe occupation. A falling barrel could cause injury or a dropped glass may do damage, but most people assume that once you tap a keg, away you go. Unfortunately, the use of Co2 in a draft beer system can be a silent killer, and why a

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Did you know that the way a beer is poured affects the way it smells and tastes? If not, chances are you are that you haven’t been pouring beer correctly. But today is the day that all changes! With the guide below you will learn how to pour a beer perfectly every time. Keep reading

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The commercial kegerator has become a very useful way for bars and bar owners to offer draft beer options in a confined space. Grocery stores have also adopted the commercial kegerator to offer in store growler fill stations.Bars and bar owners have used these kegerators to serve clients draft beer without installing a large cooler

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In this post, I am going to talk about the beer gas blender. Why the blender is important to a commercial draft beer system, the pros and cons.  As, well as comparing blenders in the industry, and my overall recommendation. After reading this you’ll understand how to use a beer gas blender, and the most efficient way to

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In this post, I am going to talk about beer gas, and blended gas. The types of beer gas used in draft beer systems vary depending on the type of system, length of run, temperature, and type of beer. However, it’s important to understand how blended gas works with a draft beer system to effectively

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