Beer line cleaning company Beer Piper will be demonstrating its latest technology at the Northern Restaurant and Bar Show and at ScotHot this month.
ScotHot is Scotland’s premier showcase for food, drink, hospitality, and tourism, and takes place at SEC Glasgow on March 13 and 14. The Northern Restaurant and Bar Show brings the cream of the northern hospitality industry to Manchester Central on March 19 and 20.
At a time when craft beer is big news, properly maintained draught systems are crucial to the success of brewery owners and bar managers. Additionally, many bar owners and managers have to watch the pennies and meet strict targets, so ensuring that beer lines are cleaned properly is a simple way to save money and reduce waste.
Jeff Singer, commercial manager at Beer Piper, said: “The time and passion that brewers put into their beer to deliver quality, freshness and flavour can be ruined in seconds by a draught system that is not properly maintained. On top of this, our data shows that the average landlord or bar manager can reduce loss by 16 pints and save around £56 per week if their beer lines are cleaned quickly and effectively, so it makes sense to use the very best systems on offer.
“Beer Piper technology makes cleaning beer lines much less time consuming, less costly, and less impactful upon operations, giving bar operators and hospitality owners real time data on their dispense systems, using the latest in cloud-based and mobile technology. Our systems use powerful, new generation detergents that are manufactured from environmentally friendly ingredients, and our unrivalled technical expertise means we offer an exceptional service to our customers.”