Draft Beer Systems

Draft beer systems like the ones below can handle anywhere from 1 to more than 200 different varieties.

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Keg Racks

Choice Equipment Company

This line of NSF-approved, heavy-duty modular designed keg racks can be setup and assembled inside the cooler. Operators can configure to maximize keg and case storage. Inside and outside corner units eliminate uprights for easier access.

www.ChoiceEquipmentCompany.com

Portable Bars

Glastender

Glastender’s line of portable bars features two cooling options: on-board iced product storage or on-board refrigeration The on-board refrigeration models can be configured for draft beer or draft wine dispensing.

www.glastender.com

Portable Bars

Eagle Group

This line of portable bars features a melamine exterior with a matching formica top. Stainless steel interior working surface. Other components include a stainless steel ice bin, two soda gun openings, two stainless steel speed rails, chrome-plated steel towel ring, and corner guards. 4˝ plate casters — two with brakes.

www.eaglegrp.com

Beer Tower Drain System

Glastender

Draft beer naturally splashes around the column of a beer tower, which can damage bar tops. To solve this problem, Glastender’s beer tower drain pan surrounds the column, redirecting splashes back into the drain.

www.glastender.com

M3 System

Micro Matic USA, Inc.

Key components of Micro Matic’s M3 System include power packs designed for continuous delivery of recirculating refrigerated glycol, a thermally efficient glycol bath and digital thermostat. The system’s GEN-X helps limit oxygen permeation, ensuring the flavor of the beer and cold delivery. The M3 System integrates with Micro Matic’s Kool-Rite draft towers.

www.micromatic.com

Air-Cooled Century Beer Systems

Perlick Corp.

Air-Cooled Century Beer Systems are factory-engineered to individual venues’ specifications to ensure proper equipment fit. This helps maintain correct serving temperature and carbonation from keg to glass. The systems harness the air temperatures inside coolers and propel the air through a duct that also contains up to five beer lines.

www.perlick.com

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