A Restaurant And Bar Owner's Guide To Draft Beer Equipment

Anatomy of a Bar

Have you ever wondered how beer gets from a keg to your glass? Jeff Green from the Labatt Institute explains just that.

For most diners or customers at a neighborhood bar, the process by which their delicious pint of beer came to be delivered to them isn’t a very pressing issue in need of explanation. However, for the bar owners, it’s crucial to understand how draft beer makes its way from a keg fridge all the way to the bar tap. As you will learn in this video, gases, pressure, and the right equipment facilitate this process.

Each keg of draft beer is placed in a refrigerator set right about three degrees, in order to ensure that the customer receives an ice-cold beer. Through tubes linked from the 58.6-liter keg to the tap, beer gas pushes the liquid along its path to the customer’s glass. You can learn more about draft beer equipment by calling CuliQuip at (240) 489-2588.

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