ALL BEERS NEED TO BE SERVED AT THEIR PROPER TEMPERATURE
38°F is generally the proper temperature 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 just not okay to increase the temperature for that one beer. Some bars address this problem by having separate coolers depending on the style of beer. This way, each style can be kept at the proper temperature.
Depending on the number of porters, ales, and lagers you plan to serve we’d be happy to discuss the options that are the most cost effective for your specific business. Trust Us for the Perfect Pint!