Custom Beverage Services specializes in commercial draft beer systems. Installing and servicing draft beer systems and selling draft beer equipment such as draft beer towers, custom beer towers, beer faucets, glycol cooling systems, beer lines, draft beer – gas blenders, high and low-pressure beer regulators, beer pump systems and beer FOB’s. We currently service Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Southern New Hampshire, Southern Vermont and Southern Maine.
As the draft beer market evolves and the micro-brew market expands, the demand for larger, more profitable draft beer systems also grows. Draft beer system management is a critical component of a large beer system. We install many different configurations of “off the shelf” draft beer towers but really pride ourselves on building custom beer towers. A custom draft beer tower can not only be the showpiece of an establishment but can also help with system efficiency both from a cooling standpoint and also in server efficiency.
For efficiency, it is important that the draft beer equipment operates properly and has a good life expectancy, so we start with the best equipment and expert installation. Next, we educate our clients not only on the proper operation of their draft beer system but also in proper terminology, this makes service more efficient and allows us to provide second to none phone support.
A great example of poor terminology is when someone uses the phrase “beer tap” or “beer tap system/tap beer system”; these are old or slang terms that are no longer used. The term “tap” refers to the action of connecting a keg to the system. The correct term for the connector that goes on the keg is a Sankey keg coupler. The valve you open to pour a beer at the draft tower is a beer faucet. When a client learns the proper terms for the equipment, it is more likely we can help resolve a nuisance issue over the phone instead of paying for a service call.
Although we do not provide a beer line cleaning service, we do believe beer line cleaning is the most important maintenance needed to maintain quality product and system efficiency. We work with and recommend a number of beer line cleaners in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
It’s important to take pride in what you do! We offer worry-free preventive maintenance programs for your beverage dispenser and equipment. Please feel free to contact us with any of your beverage questions.