A Glycol Cooled Beer Dispensing System consists of a Glycol Cooler (also know as a Power Pack), a refrigeration unit that cools a reservoir containing a blend of food grade antifreeze (Propylene Glycol), and water. Pumps located on the Power Pack circulate the Glycol mixture in polyethylene tubing alongside the patented, Brewmaster Two, beer lines.
The beer and coolant lines are wrapped with a plastic moisture barrier and a foil wrap to transfer cooling. These lines are all encased in a moisture proof barrier jacket and is referred to as a Trunk Line.
The Power Pack maintains the temperature of the beer from the keg to the beer tower, a Kool-Rite beer tower especially designed and built by Micro Matic to efficiently transfer cooling to the beer faucet(s).
Glycol Cooled Beer Dispensing Systems are becoming increasingly more common with the popularity and necessity of dispensing draft beer remotely.
These systems are capable of dispensing beer up to 500 feet from the kitchen or basement area of a facility to one or more tower/bar locations.