BLOG

Tap handles for various drinks on tap
Articles

Why Your Bar Should Serve a Variety of Drinks On Tap

In the food and beverage industry, there’s a growing trend towards serving drinks on tap, and for good reason. Whether it’s beer, coffee, wine, or …

Read More →
Articles

Frozen Margarita Machine

The Benefits of Adding a Frozen Margarita Machine to Your Bar or Restaurant As the landscape of cocktail culture continues to evolve, astute bar and …

Read More →
Glycol Trunk Line
Articles

What is a trunkline?

If you’re running a bar or pub with a draft beer setup, chances are you’re familiar with the term “trunkline.” These specialized tubing systems play …

Read More →
A brewer pouring IPA beer into a tulip glass. What is IPA beer? It is a hoppy, strong beer style
Articles

What is IPA Beer?

You’ve probably heard the term ‘IPA’ thrown around at your favorite watering hole, but what is IPA beer? Welcome to the world of beer exploration! …

Read More →
A photo of a beer keg
Articles

How Many Beers Are in a Keg? Your Beer Keg Questions Answered

How many beers are in a keg? How long does beer in a keg last? As draft beer experts at Stuever & Sons, we’re accustomed …

Read More →
A bartender serving beer to a customer.
Articles

Serving Beer Properly: Tips for Beer Glassware Presentation

When it comes to serving beer, the journey from keg to glass is a delicate one. From the brewery’s efforts in crafting quality beer to …

Read More →
Stuever & Sons showcasing bar inventory management
Articles

Bar Inventory Management for Draft Beer

Running a bar or restaurant can be an exciting venture, but unfortunately less exciting tasks often take up your staff’s time. One of the most …

Read More →
Stuever & Sons explains how a glycol chiller works and why they are beneficial for draft beer service.
Articles

What Is A Glycol Chiller?

A glycol chiller is one of the best pieces of equipment for long-draw draft beer dispensing. They keep beer cold as it travels from a …

Read More →
The cost of cleaning beer lines may seem like an annoying expense, but the real cost comes if you skip regular cleaning. Stuever explains how the ROI of beer line cleaning is far greater than any dollars saved from skipped cleanings, and why this service is crucial for a successful bar
Articles

The ROI from Beer Line Cleaning: Boosting Profits and Customer Satisfaction

The cost of cleaning beer lines may seem like an annoying expense, but the real cost comes if you skip regular cleaning. Stuever explains how the ROI of beer line cleaning is far greater than any dollars saved from skipped cleanings, and why this service is crucial for a successful bar.

Read More →
coffee on tap
Articles

A Restaurant Owner’s Guide to Coffee on Tap

People are moving more towards cold coffee drinks, and a coffee on tap system can help your restaurant hop on the trend easily. Stuever & Sons explain what coffee on tap is, how it benefits business owners, and what you need to get started.

Read More →
Metal stainless steel keg filled with draught beer in a winery
Articles

Raise the Bar on Sustainability: The Green Choice of Stainless Steel Kegs

In the dynamic world of hospitality, where bars and restaurants strive to provide not only exceptional service but also embrace eco-friendly practices, the choice of …

Read More →
Sparkling wine on tap systems from A Head for Profits can save your bar time and money
Articles

Save Money with Sparkling Wine on Tap

If you’re looking to take your brunch service to the next level, sparkling wine on tap might just be the secret ingredient you’ve been missing. …

Read More →
Stuever & Sons holiday beer pairing guide
Articles

The Best Brews for Christmas: A Holiday Beer Pairing Guide

No holiday menu is complete without holiday beer. The heavy meals and decadent desserts can make your customers feel festive, but nothing elevates the Christmas …

Read More →
A nitrogen gas generator from Stuever & Sons
Articles

Pour Better Beer and Wine-on-Tap with a Nitrogen Generator

Nitrogen gas offers so many benefits for your beverages– it preserves the natural shelf life of beer, maintains optimal carbonation under pressure, and ensures maximum …

Read More →
A foam on beer detector, installed by Stuever & Sons
Articles

How a Foam on Beer Detector Can Increase Profits

A foam on beer detector, or FOB detector, can be the difference between lost and gained profits for your business. With a FOB detector, your …

Read More →
Stuever & Sons installs long draw draft systems and explains how they work in this blog
Articles

A Guide to Long Draw Draft Systems

Most of us are familiar with traditional direct draw draft systems that transfer beer from keg to faucet across a short distance. These systems are …

Read More →
Why does beer foam? Let’s find out!
Articles

Why Does Beer Foam?

Have you ever wondered why does beer foam, and why is it foaming excessively when poured from a beverage dispenser? Let’s delve into the science …

Read More →
A commercial draft beer system and its components.
Articles

The Elements of a Commercial Draft Beer System

For establishments serving draft beer, a well-designed commercial draft beer system is crucial to ensure the perfect pour and optimal taste. From keg storage to …

Read More →
A walk in cooler, where a Carbon Dioxide monitor could be put to good use.
Articles

Does Your Business Have a Carbon Dioxide Monitor?

Chances are your bar, restaurant, or brewery uses CO2 and is in need of a carbon dioxide monitor. CO2 gas, being tasteless, odorless, and invisible, …

Read More →
Different light and dark beer types
Articles

Dark Beer Types for Your Business to Consider

Considering adding dark beer to your bar or restaurant’s product line? At Stuever and Sons, we have seen plenty of businesses find success with these …

Read More →
Scroll to Top