Cooling

Best beer cooler

Is there a cooler that is regarded as, say, the Rolls Royce of coolers, as I need to obtain an outside one that is either whisper quiet if not silent. Also it must be ultra reliable owing to the height that it has to be mounted. Thank You.      

Cask Ale through a standard python

Hi, I have a standard python installation running through a normal water remote cooler. I would like to install a cask ale handpull but have been offered different advice. I have been told it will be fine if I use a spare line off the python but dont connect the pump to the water recircs…

Cellar cooling – Why bother?

cellar cooler

A good system will maintain the keg/cask cellar at a temperature between 11 and 14C. The system is split into two halves, having an evaporator and fan/s to circulate cool air cool air around the cellar, and a condensing unit which accepts the heat from the cellar, and passes it to the outside. Beer in…

Water is coming out of the keg beer remote cooler

Looking at the keg beer remote cooler, firstly see if you can see where the water is coming from. If it is leaking generally from the bottom of the machine, you need to send for your local technician. If however you see the water is running out of a tube, which is situated, on one…

My Keg Lagers and Beers are warm

If all your keg beers and lagers are serving warm you have a major problem. If you have a large pub or hotel then you will probably have one or two remote coolers. These will often be located somewhere near your cellar. They are, a large box like machine with lots of pipes coming from…

My keg beer undercounter cooler is leaking.

This is a problem you can fix yourself, every couple of weeks or so you should drain water from the cooler this can be done by removing the  (usually it is red) cap from the overflow, which can be found under the pipe connections on the front of the cooler. What has now happened is…

Extra Cold Beer Pods

Something you will be able to tell your Grand Children……. “I remember the Pods”. No I don’t mean the escape pods from Star Trek or the ipod. I refer to the object that sends shudders down the backs of Landlords and sends bar staff scurrying for mops and buckets. Away from the prying eyes of…