My hangover says Sunday night was fun, but it’s also saying this Monday morning is well below average. I would describe my concentration level right now as pretty much the equivalent of spinning a virtual reality beer serving tank in circles … shiny. I was running around Paul Mueller Co.’s website, which I am apt to do because of all the awesome info, when I stumbled across these virtual presentations of the company’s cool serving beer tank options — these puppies look awesome in a brewpub — and I’ve been spinning tanks ever since.
I’m sure whatever you’re supposed to be doing is equally as unimportant as my job. That’s why you’re here in the first place (right?), so jump over to Paul Mueller’s website to play some spin tank for yourself.
After that, brush up on Paul Muller’s serving beer tanks below. Info from the PM website:
Serving Beer Tank
These unique serving tanks with bag inliners are being used all over Europe, and this commercial beer brewing equipment has recently been introduced in the United States. The cutting edge technology used in these tanks allows them to hold high-strength bag inliners, creating a self-cooling, bag-in-tank system that can be used directly in the taproom.
The main differentiator is that this bag-in-tank system takes up less space than a cold room for kegs. By eliminating the cold room you have reduced energy costs and also reduced chemical costs, because no keg cleaning – the money savings adds up! Serving beer tanks also results in fresher beer than keg storage, less beer handling, and a longer shelf life.
The piercing unit of the advanced serving beer tank with bottom outlet is attached to the bottom. Available models: 250, 500, 1000, and 1500 liters.
The piercing unit of the advanced serving beer tank with front outlet is attached to the front. Great advantage: space saving through compact stacking. Available models: 500, 1000, and 1500 liters.