It’s been a long day, and your customers are heading into your bar for a nice cold beer. But when the bartender pulls the pint, what's supposed to be a refreshing beverage pours as a glass filled with foam. The reason is because the beer line is running too warm, and the negative effects are numerous.
Over the past several weeks, we've looked back at the last century to see how far we've come in the world of bar and beverage. From the 1917 wine vintages in Europe to cocktail trends through the decades, it's been fun reminiscing about what bars were serving 100 years ago. But now we'd like to take a look at why Perlick is here and the reasons we're still in business after all these years. Let's take a look back at 100 years of bar and beverage equipment innovations.
As the entire country gathers around the television on Super Bowl Sunday, we’ll all have our rooting interests. Some will be pulling for their favorite team and others will be rooting for the host to announce, “The wings are ready!” However, a good number of us will have far more interest in the commercials than the football game itself. Ask someone about their favorite play in the Big Game or their favorite commercial and we bet they’ll recite the advertisement first!
India Pale Ales, or IPAs, are an enormously popular aspect of the current craft beer movement. From West Coast "hop bombs" to "big beer" Imperial IPAs, there's a wide range of options from which IPA lovers can choose. Here's a brief rundown of the different characteristics of IPA beers.
Unlike what some might say, building a beer system isn't as simple as asking a few questions. It's not as easy as 1-2-3. At the same time, it's not rocket science, either. So what makes a good beer system? It's components.
Looking to build a profitable beer dispensing system? We know what you need, and we know profit is the bottom line. That’s why our engineers have poured over our systems to ensure they run as efficiently as possible.
Our systems reduce waste to make sure you get the biggest bang for your buck when you choose a Perlick Beer System.
WHAT MAKES A PERLICK BEER SYSTEM PROFITABLE?
- 1. Our Exclusive Empty Keg Sensor: Our tapping device knows when the keg is empty and shuts off beer flow. It simultaneously leaves the line filled with beer, which means no beer is wasted while you change out your kegs. It’s the only keg coupler on the market with an integral shut-off device.
- 2. Our Copper Coolant Lines: Copper coolant lines are 17% more efficient than poly lines.
- 3. ArcticPOUR Split Deck Technology: Choose Perlick Beer Systems for ArcticPOUR Split Deck Technology. It is the ONLY sys
As the warmer months approach, keeping a foodservice operation cool is going to get harder and more expensive. For bars and beverage programs, this means ambient heat produced by indoor compressors for tap systems can make it even more difficult. And more costly.
If you're a bartender, the last thing you want is a compressor blowing hot air at you throughout the course of your shift. If you an operator or owner, the last thing you want is a compressor blowing all your revenue on your electricity bill.
Consider these common problems with traditional tap systems:
* In many locations, compressors need to run excessively to maintain temperature.
* Compressors can feed an energy-consuming and heat-producing cycle. When a compressor generates ambient heat load, this causes it to run even more in order to maintain desired beer temperature. Which generates more heat. Which causes the compressor to run…
* Compressors that are crowded i
The Importance of Serving Beer at the Right Temperature
Beer. Suds. Ale. Stout. Nectar of the gods. The reason we know god loves us… No matter what we call it or how it's used in famous quotations, beer comes in many different styles and varieties. So if not all beers are created equal, why do bartenders often serve them that way?
With the growing craft beer industry taking up more and more of the market share, it's important for bar operators to understand the science behind beer and its variety of flavors. At the same time, it's obviously also important to consider customer preferences no matter what they might be. Let's start by looking at a two of your customers:
Macro Mike just got off work. It's Friday. It takes him 10 minutes to get to the bar, and he walks in at 5:11. He wants Coors Light, and he wants it COLD. Heck, he even wants it in a frosted mug. After all, it's 95º in the shade.