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Let's talk about scotch for a moment. The most important thing to understand is that all scotch is whiskey, but not all whiskey is scotch. The drink that combines the two, the aptly named scotch whiskey, is made only in Scotland and must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years.
During the summer months, your customers' demand for products with ice goes up, while at the same time your ice machine’s performance slows down. This poor performance from your ice machine is usually caused by either poor maintenance routines, heat, or both.
The warmer the air temperature, the harder your ice machine must work to produce ice. The neglecting of maintenance routines and built-up scale and contaminant deposits cause your ice machine to work even harder. A combination of the two can lead to your ice machine completely failing.
A FOB detector is designed to keep your lines filled with beer. The FOB detects an empty keg and shuts down the beer flow. What this does is eliminate the foam you get from an empty keg. It also eliminates the need to refill lines with beer and purge air from the system. Without a FOB installed on your beer line, when your keg goes empty, your tap starts spitting and spraying foam.
If you've found your way to this article, then you probably already know the benefits of serving your cold brew coffee via a draft beverage system. But just in case, let’s recap.