Improper Pour PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 02 February 2010 01:28

One cause of excess beer foam is improper pouring of your beer.

A beer faucet is designed to be fully open or fully closed. But invariably a guest will try to pour his or her glass slowly by partly opening the beer faucet and this always causes foam because the beer sprays past the valve in the back of the faucet. If you don't have a foam problem but a guest is complaining of foamy beer, watch him or her pour a glass of beer, then show how to do a proper pour. Your guest will appreciate the instructions and so will your flooring.

Even with a properly balanced kegerator, more sensitive beers can foam excessively just by pouring them into the center of your glass. The solution is simple - tilt your glass so the beer pours down the side, then straighten out the glass as the beer reaches the lip of the glass.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 August 2017 20:23
 
Copyright © 2017 towercooler.com. All Rights Reserved.
stir-plate.com is our stir plate information site.