Pouring Perfect Pints

International Tourism and Travel Show October 25th – 27th, 2019 Place Bonaventure | Montreal, QC, Canada International Tourism & Travel Show is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world, attracted prospective travelers preparing for their trips, discovering new destinations and seeking expert advice on their future holiday destinations. More than a hundred countries represented through their tourism offices, tour operators or travel agents. This event will have over 400 exhibitors and will see almost 40,000 attendees over the 3-day event. For more information on the event: https://www.

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Did you know that an estimated 10 million Canadians drink beer as their alcoholic beverage of choice? Draught beer is the freshest of these beers, as it does not go through the same distribution channels as canned or bottled beer. It is produced, kegged and delivered fresh to pubs and restaurants. As a draught system technologist, BeerTech’s number one goal is to ensure that draught beer be dispensed to consumers as the brewer intended. It all starts with system balance. Whether it is a short draw system (direct draw from a fridge below the towers) or a long draw (from a cooler located somewhere

in the building and driven to the tower and faucets at the bar), it is imperative that the system be balanced. Cooler temperature, beer temperature, gas pressure and calculations on the route the beer will travel (distance, any gravity or lift the lines will travel, restriction caused by hardware such as tubing size and hardware within the towers) must be correct. The result will be a perfectly poured pint; cold, properly carbonated and with a nice head on the beer. It is critical after a proper install that the BeerTech system is maintained regularly. Temperatures should be monitored and the lines, couplers and faucets should be kept clean. As well, the cooler in which the beer is stored should be kept clean.

Serving quality draught beer requires time and technique. Select the proper glassware for the style and brand of beer you are offering. When pouring draught, the glass should never contact with the faucet. Hold the glass at a 45 degree angle until reaching ¾ full, then straighten and lower slightly to allow for the head to form. Beer, much like wine, has a nose. The glass should be served with the logo or label facing the customer and, whenever possible, on a coaster from the respective brewery. Follow the steps above and you are ready to enjoy a fresh, perfectly poured pint every time! Please enjoy responsibly! Ken Greer Owner Technician BeerTech Draught Systems Technologies

8th Annual Harrison Beer Festival

October 25th – 26th, 2019 St. Alice Hall | Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada

The Harrison Beer Festival has beencreatedtoshowcaseBCCraft Breweries and to celebrate craft beer month in beautiful British Columbia. This year’s event will welcome 21 craft breweries to the St. Alice Hall bringing you the best breweries in BC that surely should not be missed. One lucky brewer will take home the coveted First Prize Best beer award, chosen by attendees as they vote on-site for the Best Beer!  The Harrison Hot Springs and the Agassiz Regions has a rich history in the beer industry. For 60 years hops, a basic ingredient in beer was the main industry in the Agassiz area of British Columbia. At the height of business, 300 acres were planted with hops. This annual event in addition to bringing great beer to the shores of Lake Harrison will also bring amazing food and entertainment and we celebrate our place in beer history.

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