You work hard to produce great beer in the brewery. Should you also work just as hard to make sure that beer makes it from the keg to the glass in great shape? Cleaning draft lines and making sure your draft system is operating properly should be one of the main priorities when running a taproom. Learn the right cleaning techniques, how often to clean, and what other regular maintenance you should be doing so your draft system does the beer you brewed justice. Bill Jablonski spends his work days in Central New York working with taproom draft systems and he’ll teach you what you need to know so you can better take care of your draft beer back home at your brewery. Click here for the PDF of the presentation.
NanoCon Online 2021
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