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Beginner’s Guide to Craft Beer and Draft Beer Dispensing System

Do you know the difference between a draft beer and a craft beer? A draft beer is also called as tap beer that is drawn from a row of labeled levers in a bar or restaurant, whereas a craft beer is also called a “microbrew”, more expensive than draft beer, and brewed by small breweries. The next time you visit a bar or restaurant, try ordering a draft beer because it is fresher than beers on the bottled section. A draught beer is drawn out of a keg and doesn’t have a long shelf life, only about two days or so. A microbrewery or craft brewery differs from macro breweries, wherein they are independently owned, producing small amounts of beer and sometimes root beer. The different between a microbrewery and a macro brewery is that microbreweries are characterized by their greater emphasis on the quality, flavor, and the technique in brewing. There are developments in craft brewing, wherein the use of cans by craft beer brewers doubled as companies started using cans for beverages.

A draft beer dispensing system plays an important role in the overall satisfaction of your customers in your bar or restaurant. It is very important to have a basic knowledge of how a draft beer dispensing system works for you to serve your customers better. The different parts of a draft beer dispensing system include the CO2 or mixed tanks, primary regulator, air lines, gas blender, secondary regulator, draft beer coupler, beer lines, glycol or glyce trunk line, glycol or glyce chiller, draft beer tower, draft beer faucets, and drip tray. C)2 or Nitrogen tanks have pressurized gas helping in propelling beer from the keg to the faucet. The function of a primary regulator is controlling the pressure as beer is dispensed to prevent a foamy mess that no one likes to drink, and it consists of a low-pressure and a high-pressure so you can immediately identify and troubleshoot any problem. Air lines are directly attached to the regulator’s nipped with a screw clamp that helps in transporting gas from the tank to the rest of the dispensing system. The gas blender allows you to dispense different beers basing on required CO2 and nitrogen.

As compared to “beer water” which is mass produced and mass marketed by larger companies, craft beer tastes better. You can be assured and confident that craft brewers put their hearts and souls to be able to produce the highest quality beer for their customers. If you want to know more about craft beers and draft beers, feel free to check our website or homepage now!

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