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Nowadays, it's not enough to just own a bar that serves great-tasting draft beer - style and presentation are as important as the brew pouring out of a beer faucet. That's why we provide you with stylishly designed beer towers and tavern heads that will help put the cool back in your bar every time you, your bartender, or your barmaid pours a cold one for a customer or patron.

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1. Brass beer towers that are chrome plated are some of the most commonly available in the market. Beer tap towers constructed of this material require regular maintenance for cleaning and polishing. Although the finish of chrome-plated brass towers is attractive, it is not as durable and hardy as stainless steel and tends to tarnish over time.

2. Polished stainless steel beer towers possess a mirror-like quality similar to chrome. An advantage of this type of finish, though, is that it is extremely durable and is corrosion and tarnish resistant. This type of beer tower is also easy to maintain and there is no need for polishing.

3. Polished brass beer towers are made of solid brass and are often polished into a mirror-like finish. If you opt for this type of finish, just remember that regular maintenance is imperative to avoid tarnishing.

Serve your customers in style and tower above the competition with our wide selection of beer dispenser towers. We have quality draft beer towers for sale, available from the most trusted manufacturers. Help create the right ambiance for your bar or restaurant and compliment your bar's décor by selecting the perfect beer tower here at Rapids.

If you are in the market for a good-quality L-style beer tower, you have come to the right place. UBC Group USA offers a wide variety of draft towers, coming in a number of styles and variations so that you could choose the one that matches your preferences.

Being a classic L-style beer tower stainless steel model, the Persey tower will make a fine addition to any craft pub, bar, or restaurant. Available strictly in glycol-cooled versions, these draft towers are designed for long-draw draft beer dispensing systems.

All of the Persey draft towers for sale that you can find on our website are made of highly durable 304 stainless steel and feature an optional powder coating. For easier installation, the towers are shipped pre-assembled (with domestic shanks and faucets).

As you may have noticed, prices are not immediately available on our website. To be able to view the prices and make an order for a Persey craft beer tower in the US, please log in with your UBC Group account or create a new one.

A beer tower (also known as a portable beer tap, a tabletop beer dispenser, a triton dispenser or a beer giraffe) is a beer dispensing device, sometimes found in bars, pubs and restaurants. The idea behind beer towers is that several patrons in a group can serve themselves the amount of beer they want without having to order individually.

Early versions came in the shape of a four-foot tall plastic cylinder attached to a beer tap at the bottom. Current models sometimes have several dispensing valves, to allow for simultaneous dispense.

Chilling of the beer is usually achieved with ice chambers or with freezable ice packs; these are traditionally located internally, but may be external for increased hygiene when handling. The actual dispense mechanism is usually in the form of a simplified beer tap or designed pouring mechanism.[2]

The ancestor of the modern beer tower was called a portable keg tap or a picnic tap, since the device was mostly used at outdoor events, such as picnics. They were significantly larger than modern beer towers. The method involved manually pumping air into the beer container; the resulting pressure within the container would force the beer out the tap. There was also a variant with lager beer barrels that stood upright, allowing gravity to force the beer out the tap, which is the principle of the modern day system.

At present, beer towers are not merely a dispenser, but serve more as a promotional item for beer brands. They allow consumers to interact directly with their product (the beer) and can also be customized and show the beer logo in large size. High quality customization is very appealing to beer brands as beer towers tend to generate attention, and people often post them on social media.[3]

The beer tower is popular in bars and clubs throughout Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. Since 2012, the beer tower has appeared in Australian bars after first being used in Queensland.[4]

In March 2011, Boston licensing officials forbade bars from serving beer in beer towers. The officials required licensed alcohol serving businesses to request permission to use these beverage dispensers.[1]

100oz tower of draft beer of your choosing served in our popular strobe light beer tower. Each tower serves 6 glasses. Gratuity and sales tax added at checkout. Please contact us for an updated list of available drafts.

100oz draft beer of your choosing served in our popular strobe light beer tower, 6 Jell-O shots, logo wristbands, a Bobby McKey's t-shirt for the celebrant, and a TV Shout Out displayed from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Package serves 6 guests. If your party has more than 6 guests, you can purchase additional beer towers and Jell-O shots. Gratuity and sales tax are added at checkout. Shout outs purchased with night owl seats will be stage shout outs done by the players and not displayed on the TVs.

There are many reasons one would want to upgrade their draft beer tower on an old kegerator or converted freezer. It might be that the kegerator you bought came with a cheap plastic tower. It may be that the tower you have does not have beer industry standard fittings. It may be that you want to serve something like Guinness or cold brewed coffee and you need stout faucets to get the restricted flow necessary for that application. Maybe you find yourself filling taller glasses or growlers and need a tower with increased height to accommodate them. Perhaps you are tired of your faucets always being stuck and you're ready to switch to Perlick faucets for their forward-seat design that ensures smooth operation every time. You might just want to make sure that you have 100% stainless steel contact to make sure your system is as sanitary as possible and suitable for serving wine or cider.

Whatever the reason, Beverage Factory has a plethora of draft beer towers available with a host of finishes and an assortment of faucet options to choose from. We have basic single faucet towers all the way up to elaborate multi-faucet ceramic towers. We've got customizable T-Style towers that have the same column diameter as a standard kegerator tower, allowing you to easily switch them out with your existing tower.

Generally, switching out your tower is as easy as unscrewing your old tower and screwing in your new one. Something to consider would be how your tower is currently connected. If, for example, you have a 2.5" diameter tower or a tower with a base that screws into the top of your kegerator and you want to replace it with a tower that has a 3" diameter, you will need to drill new screw holes to attach the new tower to the top of your kegerator. The kegerators that we have seen do not have coolant lines in the top of the cabinet so you can be 99% sure you're not going to damage anything by drilling into the top, but if you want to be 100% sure, it's a good idea to call the manufacturer of the model you're working with to ask.

Another thing to consider is how wide the hole in the top of your kegerator is and if it will allow you to drop the beer line through the hole without removing the fittings on the end. If you are upgrading from a single faucet tower to a multi-faucet tower, you may not be able to push all the lines through without detaching one or all of the fittings. You can try pulling the nut back away from the end of the line to push the tube through and then squeezing the nut through afterward, but detaching and re-attaching the fittings may be the only answer. Usually, this just means removing the clamp that holds the beer line onto the hose nipple and then cutting the hose off to release the hose nipple and hex/wing nut that attaches it to your keg coupler. Once they are removed and the lines are pushed through the hole, you can re-attach them with a new clamp. If you are having a hard time getting the hose to slide over the hose nipple, putting the end of the hose in boiling water will make it more pliable. If, for some reason, you find that you cannot reuse the fittings you have removed, we have plenty of new fittings available.

Stainless Steel Faucet, Shank and fittings ensure your beer only touches durable, sanitary stainless steel metal components and food-grade thermoplastic vinyl hose that will not impart any tastes on your beer

The Igloo Kegerator Beer Dispenser holds a full-size keg with single-tap draft beer tower and offers everything you could ask for in a kegerator beer dispenser. Get draft beer on tap in your home with the Igloo Kegerator Beer Dispenser.

The best beer dispensers should absolutely be the pride and joy of any self-respecting bevvy aficionado, regardless of whether the sun is shining over your garden party or not. You can forget your closest watering hole and wave a solemn goodbye to your favourite barkeep, as it's now easier than ever to pull a perfect pint of your chosen alcohol delivery at home, particularly if you've got enough beer to share with several pals during game day.

Any casual drinker worth their salt has at least one fridge shelf dedicated to tins and bottles of beer, but what if we told you that some of our favourite at-home taps can store, chill and pour all from the same device, catering for die-hard lager drinkers and IPA lovers alike.?And if you're keen on brewing your own brands, there are options to make delicious drinks and have them sent straight into a pint glass without a trip to a brewery. Dreamy. 041b061a72


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