WHY CLEAN YOUR BEVERAGE LINES?
A great tasting beverage is a work of art. A brewer puts a lot of time and effort to make sure that the keg of beer you receive in your bar tastes exactly the way it’s supposed to. It’s our job to keep those flavors blending properly when you pour a customer a draught. You need to keep your beverage lines clean is of the utmost importance. In order to help preserve both your customer base and your relationship with your brewery, here’s what you should look out for.
BREWERY POLICIES ON LINE CLEANING
Most breweries understand the correlation between a clean draught system and the quality of the beverage served to your customers. Proper line cleaning can impact not only their product itself, but also their reputation and sales. Most include beverage line procedures and schedules within their quality assurance polices, and are monitored and enforced by contract distributors, depending on state statues.
There is a consensus among the breweries that draught systems should be
cleaned a minimum of every 2 weeks. Long draw beer systems longer than
25 feet or establishments that serve large amounts of beer every week
should be cleaned more frequently, once a week is recommended.
Two hours of pump cleaning services.
We service your lines every 2 weeks.
Cleaning all of the faucets with 3 individual sized brushes to a beautiful shine.
BEER FLAVOR CAN BE AFFECTED BY:
Bacteria found in beer isn’t necessarily hazardous, but it does affect the appearance, aroma and taste of the beer. The presence of bacteria can mean an “off taste’ and cloudy appearance that makes the beer unappetizing. If you notice a sour taste or a vinegar or rotten eggs smell to your beer, it may be a sign ob bacteria in your draught system.
Before vs After
The Tap Guys pressurized circulating cleaning pump procedure removes all natural molds and bacteria buildups, beer stones, and other nasty foreign matter growing in your draught beverage lines, that the old style pressure can method of cleaning can’t get and leaves behind.