What is Cellar Gas?
Cellar gas is often used in pubs and bars to enhance the drinking experience for customers being served beer. This type of gas is usually a mixture of Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen. Both beer and soft drinks are enhanced by the use of this gas. Cellar gas is very easy to use, completely safe and has been tested in a wide range of different industries. Pub cellar gas is usually supplied in 10-litre cylinders which are regularly maintained to ensure proper running.
The Features of Cellar Gas
Extends the life of beers
Improves the appearance of the drink
Smoother dispensing from taps
Still retains the original taste of the drink
Reduces pouring costs of beverages
Longer lasting head on beers
The Different Uses of Cellar Gas
Carbon dioxide gas makes beers taste fizzy whereas nitrogen gas makes beers taste creamy. A commonly used form of these gases is what’s called mixed gas which is used in many pubs and bars. Different mixes are used depending on the type of beer being served. A common mix of 30/70 is generally used by pubs and bars as it offers the best of both worlds for the consumer.
If you are looking for a cellar gas supplier in the Staffordshire or Worcestershire area then please contact us on 01743 449911 or alternatively call us on 01905 621488 and a member of our team will be happy to help.
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