Like Heineken’s Smart Dispense System, the Carlsberg Quality Dispense System (CQDS) provides a fully enclosed environment from ‘keg to glass’, helping to ensure every pint is delivered consistently and to a perfect standard of quality.
This creates an environment which dramatically slows down the build up of biofilm (yeast), creating conditions that allow lines to be cleaned monthly or even some claim even longer. However unlike the Smart Dispense System, Carlsberg customers are responsible for cleaning their own lines.
The system operates by chilling the beer down to a consistent temperature as soon as it leaves the keg, and then keeping it cool throughout its journey from the keg to the glass.
The benefits of the system it is claimed include improved product quality, consistent dispense temperature, reduced line cleaning wastage and labour costs, improved rate of sale and improved yield per keg.
If you are using the Carlsberg Quality Dispense System, help others make an informed decision as to whether it is suitable for them in the comments section below, by adding the Pros and Cons of your system. E.G. Is it cost effective? Is it reliable? Is it easy to look after?