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Cleaning and sanitization with a chlorinated cleaner on a regular monthly basis ensures the system is sanitized and meets Health Canada regulations. It also reduces energy consumption and long term maintenance and repair.
Having a beer clean glass will ensure proper head retention and can easily be measured by glass lacing and bubble formation on the side of the glass.
Beer gas is typically a blend 70% nitrogen and 30% CO2 and works well with high volume accounts. Using 100% CO2 works better with lower volume accounts although either can be used in any situation with proper balancing.
A properly balanced system at 2 oz/second draught pours with proper head retention.
Ensuring the temperature is between 34 and 38° for all fridges will allow beer to be poured with proper internal carbonation maintained.
Proper keg rotation will give the freshest product to the customer. (FIFO) First in first out!
A properly maintained glycol deck will reduce energy consumption and long-term maintenance and repair. This will give consistent temperature along the trunk line which reduces warm spots that can create flashing.
FOBs installed on remote systems will reduce draught waste and increase profit.
Having your system installed by a professional ensures that the system is properly balanced and temperatures are correct which makes certain the draught pours at 2 ounces per second.
Wait Staff is Trained by Draught Pro Certified technicians from holding the glass to pouring a perfect draft beer.