3 Faucet Black Forest Ceramic Beer Tower - Glycol-Cooled
Micro Matic ceramic towers are sculpted by hand and hardened by heat, with skillfully applied glazes for a long-lasting finish. The Black Forest ceramic tower has a traditional style, but a slimmer body and smaller footprint. This Old World craftsmanship is combined with our glycol-cooled Kool-Rite™ dispense technology, ensuring optimal cooling at the point of dispense. With a wide color range to choose from, create a truly custom style for your bar, pub or restaurant.
SPECIAL ORDER: 7-10 business days delivery. Shipped from Surrey, British Columbia.
NOTE: When ordering Ceramic Beer Towers, please leave a note in the comments field at checkout that specifies what color you want your tower to be and what option you choose for your hardware finish.
- Available in 22 stunning finishes – image photo is 'Heirloom Silver (Metallic)'
- Chrome or brass hardware options (tap handles not included)
- Customized logos have proven to increase draft beer sales, and can be added for a one-time setup charge of $650.00
- Kool-Rite™ technology with patented cooling blocks and leak-proof shanks
- Faucets: 3
- Height: 24-3/8"
- Faucet Height: 15"
- Base Diameter: 6"
KOOL-RITE™ INSERT TECHNOLOGY
Thanks to the insert's patented Kool-Rite™ technology, this unit ensures optimum cooling at the faucet and the purest taste possible. This technology features stainless steel beer lines that are joined together with copper coolant lines and are then fully insulated for maximum temperature retention. A cold block in the tower insert then provides a direct cold transfer point before the brew leaves the faucet, ensuring your beer is dispensed at the perfect serving temperature from the first pour to the last! The cold block also improves your bar's efficiency by minimizing loose faucet shanks and eliminating kinks in the beer line to reduce service calls and save you time and money. And, because your beer will only touch stainless steel as it passes through the tower, you don't have to worry about any "off" tastes that may be imparted by other materials.