Thirst Magazine



As technologi­cal advances allowed bars and restaurant­s to create a cool room or use refrigerat­ors, it soon became practice to store and serve the beer chilled using lines from the casks or kegs to the bar. In many cases these are just normal fridges which have been adapted to allow a line to pass through from the keg. In other cases walk in fridges (or cold rooms) are built with holes in the wall with bar taps affixed to the other side. Some bars will merely remove the keg from the fridge just before it is tapped knowing the beer inside the metal keg will remain chilled long enough to serve.

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