Direct draw systems are some of the most common systems around. This is the most typical setup for draft beer DIY because they are so customizable. Whether you have a 2-keg kegerator or a 30-product shadow box, we are here with the draft beer help you need.
A shadow box utilizes one or more external walls of your cold storage to mount your beer faucets. Beer is dispensed directly from kegs located on the opposite side of the wall in your cold storage.
Cask beer is a traditional English style and method of beer dispensing. These beers have lower carbonation and generally are of an English style or inspiration. The draft equipment for these is much different from a normal draft beer system. They are served under a low pressure system either using gravity for flow, the (low) head pressure and/or beer pumps.
In-Bar Keg Coolers
Your typical draft beer DIY setup. These units consist of a refrigeration system that cools your beer, draft tower and lines all in one contained system. These can be semi-mobile, and are often used for special events.
Air Cooled Systems
Highly customizable systems utilizing your main cold storage to cool the entire draft system. Some version of this is generally used for your draft beer at home setup.
Keep Your Beer Flowing
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