Foam on Beer

What are some pros and cons of FOB’s (Foam on Beer)?

Posted on February 3, 2022
0
Category: Articles
Foam on Beer Foam on beer is a draft component placed in a cooler that detects when a keg of beer is emptied, and then goes to work to shut down the beer flow. This eliminates gas and spits of beer from pouring out of your taps. As you re-tap a full keg onto that same line it will also preserve your newly tapped beer from foaming before it pours as it should.  In other

The Best Temperature for Beers

Posted on February 1, 2022
0
Category: Articles
ALL BEERS NEED TO BE SERVED AT THEIR PROPER TEMPERATURE 38°F is generally the best temperature for beer and key number that is recommended for most draft beers; however, some beers will taste better when served at a warmer temperature. Certain bars and restaurants do serve different beer styles, including stouts, at warmer temperatures to enhance the taste. The optimal temperature for this is 46°F, but if you have 10 kegs in your cooler, it’s
Are you having foam issues? We get lots of calls from our customers that are concerned about their light beers foaming during pouring while other brands do not. The root of these foam issues are related to the makeup of light beer. Light beer is brewed by isolating an enzyme that breaks down all the starches in barley, thus giving yeast more to eat and resulting in a beer with fewer calories. Light beer also
We think that technology is increasingly more important to be adapted by the restaurant and bar industry. Flow meters work as soon as the beer flows, where the flowmeter generates a train of pulses proportional in frequency to the speed of the liquid passing through it. As a bar owner you receive real time tracking reporting on what is happening behind your bar, including if the draft beer is being rung into your POS, is your staff