The Kegerator - Stand-alone Draft Dispensing System - COMING SOON
A Kegerator is a stand-alone draft dispensing system, which allows anybody (Pubs, clubs, bars, restaurants, hotels and even private homes) to dispense fresh draft beer/wine or any other beverage without having to invest in an expensive draft system.
Kegerators are available in a range of shapes, sizes and applications, which can be tailored to suit your specific needs. Whether you are looking for a draft system for your home bar or braai area or whether you would like to sell draft beer at your establishment but don’t meet the criteria of a brewing company for the installation of draft taps, we have a Kegerator that will work for you.
The benefits of using a Kegerator
Non-pasteurized beer lasts longer:
Most beers, especially Craft beers are not pasteurized during the brewing process. During the kegging process, non-pasteurized draft beers are chilled to the point that the bacteria, which ferments the beer, becomes dormant.
Temperatures above 3-degree Celsius will cause non-pasteurized draft beers to foam and promote sour and or cloudy beer. When the temperature of non-pasteurized draft beers rise above 10-degrees Celsius, the dormant bacteria which ferments the beer will once again become active, and growth will rapidly begin to spoil the flavor and cloud the beer (secondary fermentation).
Therefore, non-pasteurized beers must be stored in a fridge to keep the beer chilled. The Kegerator is a draft beer dispensing system, which can maintain a tapped keg for extended periods of time, without losing any quality or taste of the beer.
We have developed our own range of Kegerators which can be customised to suit your unique requirements with regards to branding etc.
Please contact us for more information.
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