Being a bar owner, a bar manager, or even a bartender is very challenging. At any given point you will face several problems which need to be resolved or else you might lose business. It’s important to know when to call an expert and when you can figure out the problem yourself. Here are some guidelines to follow to ensure you have clean beer and a highly function draft system.
How to Price Draft Beer
One of the most profitable items that a retailer can sell today is draft beer. The cost-per-ounce for craft beer in kegs is roughly 40-45% less than bottled beer. Installing and maintaining a draft dispensing system and using efficient serving practices should yield a higher profit margin. [Read more…]
Craft Beer Statistics
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.
Nos Your Bar: Nitrogenated Beer Generator
Moving those high pressure cylinders around your store can become a hassle and can take up a lot of space. By contrast, Nitrogen generators are a safe, relatively compact machine which do the job better than the old cylinders. Nitrogen generators are also a reasonably cost-efficient source for ultra-pure nitrogen. They can maintain your keg quality by providing the correct CO2 and nitrogen blends for dispensing nitrogenated beers, ales, and lagers. [Read more…]
Benefits of Owning a Draft Beer Kegerator at Home
For a true beer enthusiast, nothing compares to the crisp, cold, delicious taste of draft beer. The love of draft beer can be dated back to the times of medieval European monks, who sparked the evolving need to dispense fresh beer. Throughout the history of draft beer, systems needed to be developed that maintained carbonation and allowed for the beer to be served cold and poured without too much foam. [Read more…]
Why Does Draft Beer Taste Better?
You’ve probably heard that draft beer tastes better than bottled or canned beer. But why? There are real scientific reasons why you savor the flavor of draft beer – and it’s not just because it’s classier to drink straight from a glass. [Read more…]