BECAUSE BETTER BEER SELLS BETTER

Increasing the quality of the beer you serve will help you maximize the potential of your business. Experience speaks for itself. Good draft beer sells better.

We all know what a bad beer tastes like. And we’ll never hurry back to the same place to get another one. Great beer, on the other hand, turns your customers into walking adverts for your business.

Increasing your revenues and winning you new customers, every day.

At a stroke, FlexiDraft™ eliminates the three biggest pitfalls of draft beer quality. Ensuring that the beer you serve keeps your customers coming back for more.

PITFALL #1

INSUFFICIENT CLEANING OF THE BEER LINES

A traditional draft beer system must be emptied and cleaned a minimum of once a week to avoid bacterial contamination in the beer lines. This is what can make the beer cloudy or taste “off”. Line cleaning is a time-consuming and costly process but is essential to ensure good draft beer.

SOLUTION

FlexiDraft™ eliminates expensive cleaning processes and ensures consistent beer quality. The kegs are located in a cold environment, directly below the dispensing tap, ensuring an extremely short flow distance through the hygienic disposable One-Way Beer Line.

PITFALL #2

LIMITED SHELF LIFE ONCE KEGS ARE BROACHED

Once a keg is broached, it should preferably be emptied within 3-6 days. If the keg stays tapped for any longer, the beer is likely to lose its original quality. This means that outlets risk wasting half-full kegs or giving customers a bad beer experience.

SOLUTION

Since there is no accumulation of bacteria in the One-Way Beer Line and because the beer is always kept cold, it will remain fresh for up to 30 days. FlexiDraft™ is also the perfect solution for specialty beers as you can serve lower turnover beers without risking them going off.

PITFALL #3

WRONG BEER TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE

Too often, incorrect temperature and pressure spoils the customer experience and results in flat beers or fobbing. On a sunny day, you normally want a draft beer to be served cold. Conversely, you might typically want a specialty beer to be served at different temperature than a traditional lager.

SOLUTION

With FlexiDraft™, pressure and temperature are fixed at a brewery specified level. The temperature of the cooled keg is independent of the ambient temperature and can be adjusted for various types of beer, allowing the serving temperature to be individually customized. What’s more, the fixed gas feed pressure ensures that the system is always working optimally.