Our goal is to provide each customer with the best solution for their individual needs. Our services include custom draught system installation, repair, and maintenance including system check-ups and line cleaning. Our success is measured by each pint of beer being clean, cold, and properly carbonated.
Long Draw System/Remote Dispensing
Serving product from a remote location such as a back of house walk-in cooler, the keg can be 100’ or more from where the product is being served. Product lines can run overhead or underground between the service point and the keg
Short Draw Systems
Serving from a walk-in cooler that is behind the bar. Product lines range from 5’-30’ in this type of system depending on many different variables such as available space, number of products being served, and the type of gas blend being used
Simplest way to serve product on draught. Beer lines will run between 5’-6’ long. This is a very common setup for wine on draught as special dual temperature zone kegerators are available for serving red and white wine out of the same service station.
- Custom Draught installation
- Certified by Micro-Matic and Perlick for installation
- Kombucha, Cold Brew Coffee, Wine, Sparkling Wine, Cocktails, and Sodas can be served on all systems
- All installs using a walk-in cooler will include a gas leak detector to help prevent asphyxiation if a gas leak is present inside the cooler.
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Line Cleaning/Preventative Maintenance
Bi-weekly line cleaning of using a recirculating pump and an approved alkaline-based line cleaner, as recommended by the Brewers Association. An acid based cleaner is used every 6-8 weeks in addition to the normal line cleaner to remove beer stone, which is a calcium oxalate build up in the product lines. If clients clean their own lines between each product, the line cleaning is performed monthly as a deep clean service. During each line cleaning the entire system is inspected to ensure proper function.
If a gas leak is present the entire gas system is inspected from the gas tank to each keg to determine the cause and the best solution
If a glycol leak is present the entire system will be inspected to determine the cause. Once the cause is determined the leak will be resolved and the affected section of trunk line will have the existing insulation removed in order for the line to be dried and rewrapped with new insulation to ensure there will not be a “hot spot” in the line which can result in warm or foamy beer.
Foamy or Flat Beer
A number of scenarios can cause foamy beer from improper product temperature, incorrect system calibration, improper installation, to dirty beer lines. Once diagnosed a draught tech will perform the necessary adjustments.
Warm or Frozen Beer
In a glycol system this can be caused by a few different issues ranging from improper running temperature of the powerpack, glycol that has deteriorated, and a powerpack that is undersized for the size or length of the system.