What do I get when I hire a mobile draught machine?
- All our draught machines comes with taps, regulators, gas, coolers and fittings. All you need is ice and a keg!
Why should I get a draught machine rather than just buy cans or bottles of beer?
- Imagine having to keep 50litres of beer cold and storing it for your event! With the draught machine, all that beer is inside the keg and takes up very little space. There is also no need to keep the keg cold as the machine does all the cooling for you!
- A keg of beer is cheaper than buying cans or bottles and also fresher, and you will also get money back from the supplier when you return the empty keg!
- There are no cans or bottles that can just "disappear" into someone's bag.
- Having a draught machine at your event just looks better!
Do you guys deliver?
- Yes, we do! Delivery in Polokwane is free, other area's will attract an additional cost.
Do you sell Alcohol?
- Unfortunately no, we only supply equipment to serve alcohol.
What is a Keg?
- A keg is a container that contains beer, you get them in a few sizes but the most common is 30 and 50 Litre kegs.
Where can I buy a Keg?
- Makro sells them!
How do you pour a draught?
- Use a clean glass. A dirty glass, containing oils, dirt or residuals from a previous beer, may inhibit head creation and flavours.
- Hold your glass at a 45° angle. Pour the beer, targeting the middle of the slope of the glass. Don't be afraid to pour hard or add some air between the tap and glass.
- At the half-way point bring the glass at a 90° angle and continue to pour in the middle of the glass. This will induce the perfect foam head. And remember, having a head on a beer is a good thing. It releases the beer's aromatics and adds to the overall presentation. You may also want to gradually add distance between the bottle and glass as you pour, to also inspire a good head. An ideal head should be 2.5cm to 4cm
Use a clean glass. A dirty glass, containing oils, dirt or residuals from a previous beer, may inhibit head creation and flavours.