Beer Bag in Box

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Once again the Japanese, famous for their technological innovation have amazed the Brewing Industry with the announcement that they have created the worlds first beer bag in box syrup. The new invention which is designed to be sold in pubs and bars will revolutionise the drinks industry.

The new Beer syrup, known by it’s brand name as Joko Beer will use existing standard soft drinks machines and carbonators and will come as a standard 5 ltr bag in the box product.

Designed to be diluted to a 5 to 1 ratio, the Joko bag in the box will use standard tap water and will come in all flavours, such as Queam of bitter, Froffy Lager,Gwinness, and Number One Son Mild. For cask beer syrups, a special tap has been developed to create that special flat effect.

A spokesman for the Joko beer company said “The days of the old breweries are numbered. With our Beer syrup technology we no longer need the old fashioned method of brewing. From our factory in Oanly Ajoko, we can manufacture pure synthetic flavour beer syrups that are number one. ”

In a press release today the head of the Beer Utility Research Program, known as B.U.R.P.,was quoted as saying “ This is just like the back in the sixties when the Japanese started making motor bikes and cars, this is just the start. In five years it could mean all beers will be bag in the box.” He went on to say” I would like to comment further but I cannot stop as I am driving my Prius…”

For more information on bag in the box syrups please contact: www.Jokobeer.co.uk.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Perhaps its not so April foolish as you may think, it is already out there.

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  2. the cellar is going to be empty then!. it would be a bit of a bind taking all the boxs’ down the cellar ,some of the places i know take 7/8 36s at a time, lager, then about 5 18s bitter. 2.18s export. 4 11s cyder. and 3 11s guinness.
    pumpcleaner.

  3. MIND YOU, with it being a concentrate, no need to worry about it going out of date within days. but then, kegs now have a good date on the anyway. we will wait and see what happens. MAY not come for a few yrs. IF ever.
    pumpcleaner.

  4. Going by the video it is not a concentrate just a 25ltr bag in box with the gas taken out and then they regas it and then send it up to the tap.

    25 ltr – 1x bag in box
    50 ltr – 2x " " – 11 gallon keg
    6.5 " " – 36 gallon

  5. thanks scottish pride.
    do you remember a few yrs ago. they used bags in 5 brl.tanks. not on ALL tanks but some, and i have seen a few bags burst in the tank. so i hope they are BETTER bags than those used in tanks. which begs the questionwhat happens IF the bag bursts.do you get credit ?. it was easier when the tanker driver filled the tank and the bag burst, at least it was not your/our fault.
    pumpcleaner.

  6. ALLOA BREWERY used bags in there tanks up here in Scotland they finished up under Carlsberg umbrella.

  7. even the humble tank has gone now. [as far as i know]. may be the odd one or two in scotland, at one time they where in MOST pubs.clubs.
    pumpcleaner.

  8. I used to install "bag tanks" for whitbreads years ago. They would often blow up if incorrectly filled.True story this honest.The drayman whos job it was to fill these tanks was known as Rommel, why because he had blown up so many tanks ..true

  9. I used to install "bag tanks" for whitbreads years ago. They would often blow up if incorrectly filled.True story this honest.The drayman whose job it was to fill these tanks was known as Rommel, why because he had blown up so many tanks ..true

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