Maximizing your draft selections has many benefits. Serving a variety of drinks on tap allows bartenders to work faster while giving customers something to talk about. It’s also an excellent way to ensure that every drink tastes exactly as it should.
Having multiple beverages on tap increases speed, efficiency and lowers your carbon footprint. Today, venues can provide a wide variety of beverages on tap including draft beers, wines, cocktails, house-made sodas, cold-brewed coffee and more.
Alcohol sales rise every year. Although draft beer still remains the most popular beverage, wine and cocktail drinks aren’t far behind. As in any other aspect of life, different generations tend to favor different products. It is extremely important for companies to tailor their offerings to satisfy each generation.
Cocktails are extremely popular among adults of all ages. However, when your staff has to pour as many as five hundred drinks in one evening, it’s easy to get behind. Serving cocktails on tap reduces stress on bartenders and reduces wait times for customers.
Serving wine on tap is a relatively new concept but many restaurants are already on board. Kegged wine is fresher, greener and far more cost effective than bottled wine. Kegged wine is stored in a cool environment until it is needed, then it is tapped exactly like a keg of beer. Kegged wine never touches air or gas and is far less susceptible to temperature changes. This ensures perfect taste in every glass. It also cuts down on waste. Every keg of wine equals approximately 26 bottles. Those 26 bottles create a whopping 39 pounds of packaging waste from boxes, foil wraps, corks and labels.
Nitro coffee continues to gain popularity every day. Nitro coffee is cold brewed coffee that has been kegged, infused with nitrogen gas and served from the tap. This creates a frothy, adult-like beverage that can be enjoyed any time of the day. Because of its rising popularity, nitro coffee is currently in extremely high demand.
West Coast Beverage, Inc. specializes in full service beverage systems. For customers looking to maximize their beverage selections, we offer single point systems with multiple temperature controls. This makes it possible to serve beer, wine, coffee and other beverages, each at the temperature in which they were meant to be served.