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Draft Beer Dispensing

Beers are different, and draft beer is all the more diverse than bottled beers. Aside from the way you serve it, which is directly from casks, kegs or possibly a pressurized fermenter, a draft beer should be fresh, cold and carbonated. When you are out at a restaurant or bar, you often see beer poured from different types of taps, and you too can use similar draft beer dispensers in your own home. So... when your next batch of homebrew is ready, consider kegging and setting up your own draft beer dispensing system.

The word 'draft beer' originates from the English word 'draught' which means to 'pull' something from a container using a pump. Draft beer is not pasteurized; thus, the keg needs to be kept cold but not frozen; this gives the beer its rich, thick flavour. (more info below)
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It is crucial to use a draft system to create an exceptional draft beer and maintain its quality. Otherwise, you will end up having a flat beer, foaming or sour to boot. Kegged beer must be maintained and served it at cellar temperature of at the most 12 degrees Celsius to keep the yeast from reproducing, which can turn the beer sour.

Here at Ontario Beer Kegs, we have all of the draft equipment you need to keg, dispense and carbonate your latest batch of homemade beer. Aside from our basic faucet, tap and kegerator kits, we also provide parts and accessories. Take a look at our wall-mounted drip trays, gas distributors, threaded Carbon dioxide cartridges, faucet levers, tap beer handles, and many other components that you can use to create your own customized draft beer dispensers. We make sure that we are the only one-stop-shop that you will ever need when it comes to buying the products required to create and serve the best draft beer.

So when we are talking about draft beer dispensers, we are not talking about your local bartender. We are referring to the equipment that gets your homebrew from the keg to your glass.