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  1. A Look at U.S. Bank Stadium and Perlick's Part in the Super Bowl Fan Experience

    As we approach the country's unofficial national holiday, all the hype leading up to Super Bowl LII will certainly be around the game, the festivities, and the commercials. Inside U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for those lucky enough to be in attendance, there will likely be another focus, though - enjoying the amazing experience of seeing the Super Bowl in person. And the facility is nothing short of, well, super.

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  2. How Much Money Is Your Bar Losing from Foamy Beer?

    Decreasing the amount of wasted beer and increasing profits are incredible tasks for bar owners and operators. But as difficult as they may be, they're vital for the overall success of the operation. One of the most important factors in profitability is keeping beer in the glass, not down the drain. Check out this informative animation, and see how much money your bar is losing from foamy beer.

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  3. A Close Look at Cider Consumption in the United States

    From fine dining restaurants to your local sports pub, even a quick survey of America's beverage programs will show the growing presence of cider. And because the cider market segment is so versatile, it requires greater consideration than most areas of the bar.

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  4. How to Serve Pumpkin Beer The Right Way

    Pumpkin beer comes in many forms, and as we near the Thanksgiving holiday, the varieties of pumpkin beer get better and better. From cinnamon and sugar rims to pumpkin spice stouts served with dessert, you know what to serve WITH your beer, but are you serving it the right way?

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  5. Everything You Need to Know About the Great American Beer Festival

    The Guinness Book of World Records claims there is no other place on earth where a beer aficionado can find more beers on tap. It’s been named one of the top 1,000 places in the country to visit before you die. For us, the Great American Beer Festival sounds like paradise. 

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  6. 100 Years of Baseball and Beer

    Two simple words are like music to a baseball fan’s ears. No, not “Play ball!”

    “Beer here!”

    Baseball and drinking beer. These two American pastimes have gone hand-in-hand over the last 100 years. But the relationship between baseball and beer has had its ups and downs. In the late 1800s, the National League kicked teams out of the league for selling beer. Today, you can’t go one pitch without seeing beer advertisements. 

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  7. How Festivals Serve Beer to Thousands of People

    All over America, summer revolves around great weather, captivating entertainment, and of course, delicious food and beverage. Name the food, you can likely find it at an amusement park, state fair, or music festival: deep-fried Twinkies, beer-battered bacon-wrapped brats, ice cold beer.

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  8. Air-Cooled Beer Systems: What are they and How are they Different?

    With their lower initial cost and ease of maintenance, air-cooled beer systems could be an attractive and cost effective option for many operations.

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  9. Why Is a Glycol-Cooled Beer System So Important?

    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.

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  10. 5 Cinco de Mayo Facts That May Surprise You

    Many holidays have an iconic character associated with them. Christmas has Santa Claus. Valentine’s Day has Cupid. Cinco de Mayo has the bartender. Much like St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco de Mayo is both a cultural celebration and sales enhancer for bars and restaurants. We know what we do on Cinco de Mayo, but why exactly are we celebrating?

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