How do self serve beer taps work?

How do self serve beer taps work?

How exactly does self-service beer tap system work for the guests? Customers can pour themselves as little or as much as they would like, paying with a card or wristband that uses RFID technology to run their tab. In order to avoid overconsumption, the system limits guests to accessing only 2 drinks at the time.

How much does iPourIt cost?

about $1,350 per tap
How much does iPourIt cost? There is no one-size-fits-all pricing structure, since the level of customization required to install iPourIt varies from operator to operator. However, start with a general estimate of about $1,350 per tap, since configurations typically range between $1,100-$1,600 per tap.

How much does a bar tap cost?

The longer the run, the more expensive it will be due to the need for a larger trunk line. Overall, these 12-tap systems typically start at $4,000 ($5,500 including glycol) and can cost as much as $12,000 for more deluxe models. As a general rule of thumb, you should expect to pay about $1,000 per beer line.

How do bar taps work?

When you open the tap/faucet, beer flows out of the keg and into your glass due to a push from the CO2. The gas then fills the space where the beer was formerly housed, and that’s the “head space.” The CO2 fills the head space and maintains the pressure inside of the keg at the PSI set on your CO2 regulator.

What is reverse tap beer?

ReverseTap is a Revolutionary Draft Beer Dispensing System that fills from the bottom of the cup quickly and without waste. ReverseTap cups are High Quality but Low-Cost bottom filling cups. No Metal or Magnets can be found in ReverseTap cups, 100% recyclable plastic and NSF Certified.

How do you install tap lines?

  1. Plan the space for your tap.
  2. Lay out the beer lines and CO2 canister.
  3. Add holes in the refrigerator, if needed.
  4. Drill a hole for the beer tap.
  5. Connect the regulator to the CO2 tank.
  6. Connect the coupler to the top of the keg.
  7. Run the hose from the refrigerator to the underside of the tap.
  8. Open the CO2 cannister.

How do you make a beer tap at home?

What is a beer tap called?

While other kinds of tap may be called faucet, valve or spigot, the use of tap for beer is almost universal. This may be because the word was originally coined for the wooden valve in traditional barrels.