Beer Medics offers a wide array of service, ranging from common types of service many businesses frequently require to specialized services designed to improve draft system longevity and performance.
We pride ourselves on our ability to troubleshoot any draft beer system placed before us. We couple our knowledge with advanced equipment such as gas detectors, carbonation testers, gas identification equipment, various thermometers, pH meters and much more. A report on the problem found during troubleshooting is provided.
Draft System Evaluation
A detailed examination of a draft system that also includes a list of the equipment currently installed, what the system is capable of and other useful information. All information is gathered into a easy to read report and emailed to the business. Draft system evaluations are a good way to to learn more about how your draft system operates, find ways to increase its performance and identify any problems before they arise.
This service focuses on a bi-weekly or monthly schedule, which falls in line with the schedule recommended by the Brewers Association handbook. This is recommended for locations that frequently rotate beers from multiple breweries and brewery tap rooms. Price breaks are offered if a high volume of draft beer lines are in need of cleaning.
A service that ensures a draft system is properly cleaned in detail, both internally and externally. Compare this to taking a car to the dealership for detailed service that would not normally be performed at local mechanic shops. This service is recommended to be performed once every three months to supplement the line cleaning being provided by distribution companies.
Glycol Chiller Unit Maintenance
These chiller units keep draft beer cold as it travels from the kegs to the draft beer towers. This extends the operational longevity and performance of the glycol cooling system. The glycol unit is an integral part of the draft system cooling process.