If you look at restaurant supplies and suppliers, it’s expensive. But if you look at homebrew suppliers and clubs, you can find gear as well as people who are excited to install/support the rig as Kelly says. I love our local homebrew club, they’re fun, friendly tinker-ers in a lot of ways and really embody a lot of the DIY spirit of coworking.
Homebrew clubs are CRAZY popular in the states - but a quick Google search seems to show increasing popularity in the UK too! That’s where I’d start looking.
On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Kelly Fitzgerald [email protected] wrote:
It really depends on how you do it. We have a beer tap, but use a kegerator (similar to something like THIS). It’s a simple set up (and inexpensive), but it does have to be cleaned regularly. We work with a local company who comes to clean it 2-3 times/month and takes care of any other maintenance. Hope that helps.
On Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at 8:57:53 AM UTC-4, Tom Lewis wrote:
This is a question which has been bugging me ever since I got back from NYC a few months back. I noticed during a tour of hubs over there that some had beer taps on counter tops in kitchen areas (including NWC I think?). I’ve asked around and looked at products back here in the UK and the equipment and installation required to do the same over here seems insanely complex and expensive. I’d be really interested to know how you guys have done it, and whether I’m missing a trick as it’s a feature our members would love if we could make it work.
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