What kinds of draft systems are available?
There are three types of drafts; direct draw, air-cooled, and glycol-cooled. Direct draw means the keg is kept in a cooling unit near the faucet and is ideal for catering and portable bars. Air-cooled systems rely on circulating cold air and is ideal for bars serving multiple kinds of beer. Glycol-cooled systems use an indirect cooling agent that circulates in a separate tube and is ideal for operation where the cooler is 25' or more from the bar.
Does the size of my establishment effect the size of Keg Cooler I should use?
Not necessarily. Although a larger establishment may need a larger Keg Cooler, a small bar serving a wider variety of draft beers may also need a larger unit. When purchasing a Bar Keg Cooler, it is ideal to consider space, level of business, and what is being served.