No, it’s probably not something you want in your home. If you’re in the business of serving beers during concerts, festivals, and similar events, though, you’ll definitely want to check out the Beerjet.
A commercial-grade kegerator of sorts, the contraption can crank out up to 1,000 16-ounce servings of beer in just 60 minutes, making it ideal for those times where serving speed is of critical importance. Whether you’re in charge of beers at a ballgame, a concert, or some other crowded event, this thing lets you cleanly crank out those suds at a pace unlike any other.
The Beerjet is an electronic tap dispenser with an integrated system that also keeps your beer chilled at exact temperatures, making easy work of pouring serving after serving of cold suds. An integrated touchscreen at the upper right front panel allows you to choose basic settings like beer temperature and operating pressure, with the system monitoring everything electronically, constantly making internal adjustments to ensure every glass it pours is absolutely perfect. An electronic flow meter allows it to monitor how much beer it’s dispensing at any time, allowing the device to precisely control how much beer comes out of the tap every time out.
It can pour any volume of beer between 0.2 and 1 liter out of each tap in every go, which you can also set from the same touchscreen panel. Whether you’re serving pints or one of those one-liter mugs, this thing should handle it like no tap you’ve ever tried. A pneumatic system tilts the glass before dispensing, ensuring it satisfies the mechanics of a perfect pour, complete with a foam amount setting that lets you control how much froth you’ve got on top of every glass. There’s also a setting for adjusting the pour speed, in case having it turned up to max isn’t quite to your liking. Oh yeah, in case power goes out of the venue, the machine can also be operated manually, with the integrated buttons allowing you to start and stop the pour. Just remember to keep a close eye on the glasses to make sure you’re not wasting perfectly good suds.
The Beerjet comes in four models: Beerjet 4, Beerjet 4 Mobile, Beerjet 6, and Beerjet 6 Mobile. The first two is equipped with a quartet of taps each, while the latter two are fitted with half a dozen. All models come equipped with the exact same tech, so you can control all the various settings, regardless of which one you’ve got. The mobile models, however, are fitted with a water supply and a drain tank at the base, along with a set of wheels that allow you to position it anywhere in the room in a jiffy, making them ideal for outdoor festivals, pop-up events, and other temporary setups. The water supply and drain, by the way, are for the automated cleaning system, which, according to the outfit, complies with hygiene regulations to ensure every glass your serve is clean and fresh.
Learn more from the Beerjet website.