Life is about making the best out of what you’ve got. The brilliant paper clip is just a bit of metal wire. Sticky notes are just bits of paper with adhesive on them, adhesive which is too weak to use for anything else. So your garage is too full of junk to park your car in it, but it’s not finished nicely, so you can’t enjoy it. Why not turn it into your own personal little bar? You’re probably one of two guys, either the guy already described whose garage is filled with some junk, an old volleyball net, and a broken lawnmower. Or you’re the cold, calculated type who’s been planning this all along, you’ve just been waiting for your co-inhabitants to sign off on the idea. Either way, it’s time to get started.
For discerning beer drinkers, the quality of the flavor is worth paying for. According to data from the Brewers Association and other sources, many consumers are willing to pay more for the “affordable luxury” of craft beer, which is why the industry has grown steadily in 2014. That’s why craft beer and draft beer go hand in hand. If your business sells draft beer, you should learn about the craft beer statistics.
There’s nothing like taking a sip of an ice cold, crisp draught beer. With just the right amount of fizz and foam, the taste is crafted to excellence. And that taste is not something to be tampered with. Having dirty beer lines can take your draught beer from enjoyable to sickening in no time. To keep your draught beer tasting crisp and refreshing, it is important to keep those lines clean. [Read more…]
Having foam on your beer is a good thing, an essential part of a draft beer. But having foam in your draft lines is not only messy, but also forces you to pour perfectly good beer down the drain from head-filled glasses and line purges. What might be a momentary delay on a residential draft line can become a dilemma for a bar, especially on nights where the beer flows fast and requires multiple keg switches.
If you are the owner of a draft beer system, whether it is in your home or at your business, you probably already know the importance of keeping the beer lines clean. [Read more…]