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Now Serving: Cold Beer (with a Randall Keg Cover)

Posted on: December 4th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

 

Randall Manufacturing Insulated Keg Cover

Did you know 90% of all beer problems are temperature related? 

 If your beer is:

Wild / Foamy – may be because the draught cooler is warm or the glass is frozen.

Flat – may be because your beer is too cold or the glasses are not “beer-ready”.

Cloudy – beer is over-chilled or has been frozen in the barrel.

Off-Tasting – old draught, kegs not rotated or glasses are not “beer- ready”.

According to Anheuser-Busch, draught beer should be stored between 36o – 38oF.  If beer is too cold (below 36oF) beer will pour slowly with very little foam.  If stored over 42oF, draught beer will draw wild or foamy, sacrificing taste. The optimal temperature for serving draught beer is between 38o – 40o F. 

Keep your beer protected and chilled with Randall’s Insulated Keg Cover.  Randall’s Insulated Keg Covers help maintain product integrity and control temperature.  Made from heavy-duty 1000 Denier Nylon and a core of polyester fiberfill insulation. Commercial Velcro®  ensures easy fitting.  Custom manufactured to fit your keg. 

Learn more about Randall’s Keg Covers  > 

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