There's a difference between a clean glass and a "beer clean" glass. We have the inside scoop from a Cicerone about what a clean beer glass actually looks like, and how it behaves. To ensure you're serving beer in the cleanest glass possible, check out these tips below.
If you live anywhere in Florida, there's likely a Miller's Ale House coming to a town near you if there's not one already. The Orlando-based chain has numerous locations across the state, from Miami to the Panhandle. If you live elsewhere in the United States, from Chicago to Philadephia to the whole East Coast, there's likely a Miller's Ale House heading your way, as well.
But what makes Miller's Ale House so successful, and what does it look like behind the scenes?
Not much is more refreshing than a nice, cold beer during the summer. In the Florida heat, it’s important to ensure that you have the right equipment to keep beer cold all year long. Just as certain beers go better with certain foods, certain bars are better suited a certain beer cooling system.
It’s the moment every bartender or operator dreads. Your most popular craft beer has been pouring all night and suddenly the tap sputters and then…nothing. The keg is kicked, and it’s up to one brave soul to venture into the walk-in cooler to replace the beer keg. It will involve climbing, crawling, and somehow even sweating inside the frigid beer cooler. There must be an easier way, right?
Rep Prep from Eaton Marketing is an informative series that gives you access to one of our foodservice equipment experts. In this edition, spend 10 minutes with George Van Riper, and find out where he learned to master the hangover cure and why his favorite line to rep is Perlick.
The year was 1917. The nation’s attention was on the First World War. The price of a stamp was a measly two cents. How much did it cost to see 1917’s top grossing film, Cleopatra? Seven cents. Meanwhile in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the same city that was home to the Miller Brewing Company, more history was being made.
Perlick's ArcticPOUR Century Remote Beverage Dispensing System is the only beer system that lets you remotely dispense two different beer temperatures at the tap.
Biloxi’s historic Point Cadet was once the heart of a seafood industry that was admired around the world, but today a different attraction overlooks the Biloxi Bay and is drawing admiration of a different sort.
There are a lot of factors that lead to the perfect pint of beer. From the type of hops to the trunk housing, some aspects are technical and some are more subjective. While we love to talk ingredients, for the sake of this piece, let's examine some of the important aspects of a beverage dispensing system.