Case Study – The Precinct

The Precinct Tavern is a craft beer venue in Darwin, Northern Territory. There is a capacity of approximately 1,000 patrons, they serve 30 beers, from 46 taps, across 2 bars, serviced from 1 cool room. Background Venue engaged an external contractor to clean their beer lines fortnightly. Due to the size of the venue, they…

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6 Months money back guarantee

With all business decisions there is generally a ‘Plan B’, a ‘fallback position’… an exit strategy. We agree that’s wise, and that’s why we offer a refund on our subscription, of up to 6 months if you are not completely satisfied. We’ll install the CellarControl system for FREE, that’s when the monthly subscription commences. All…

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Case Study – GSH, Vic

The Garden State Hotel in Melbourne’s CBD is a four-level venue with four bars and the space to host up to 840 people. Previous cleaning regime Cleaning four bars fortnightly with no trade out was a large amount of beer wastage. The validation The CellarControl had been installed for four months prior to testing. The…

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Case Study – Mingara, NSW

Mingara Rec. Club is a large modern recreation club and leisure complex comprising of 5 themed bars situated Central Coast, NSW. Previous cleaning regime Cleaning fortnightly with no trade out was a large amount of beer wastage. The validation The CellarControl had been installed for six months prior to testing. The test samples were taken…

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Case Study – The Peakhurst, NSW

The Peakhurst, NSW, was established in 1960, it is commonly known as the ‘Peaky’, it has two bars, outdoor areas and live entertainment. Previous cleaning regime Cleaning fortnightly with no trade out was a large amount of beer wastage. The validation The CellarControl had been installed for six months prior to testing. The test samples…

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#monthlycleaningisnotok

It is widely encouraged for venues to clean weekly or fortnightly to flush out the organic load. We are seeing a lot of venues pushing that out to monthly cleans. We spend thousands of dollars each year validating our system using microbiologists and agar plate analysis. We regularly see results at 2, 3 & 4…

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Maxi-Enzyme BLC tested by International brewery testing authority

Campden BRI in London (UK) was established in 1919 and has become the foremost provider of scientific support and technical services to the brewing industry worldwide. Maxi-Enzyme Australia Pty Ltd engaged Campden BRI to validate the efficacy of the multi-enzymatic beer line cleaner and to the best of our knowledge is the only beer line cleaner…

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Baron’s driving clean tap beer technology in WA

Right Beer Solutions is proud to announce it has partnered with Baron’s Beverage Services, who will provide exclusive installation and service support for Western Australia as a Right Beer Ambassador. Under this arrangement, Baron’s will roll out the Right Beer products and services, and its pioneering best practice in beer line cleaning, across its clients…

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Floating

This is a great visual of how effective the multi-enzymatic features of Maxi-Enzyme Beer Line Cleaner work… and in conjunction with CellarControl, we can inhibit the growth of biofilm in your beer lines 24/7. We have validations that we can provide a higher quality beer after 6 weeks, than the client was achieving with a…

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Biofilm and how it affects beer quality.

Biofilm is the result of bacterial growth within the beer line. Acting like a glue on the beer line walls and containing yeast and bacteria, it enables the further growth and spread of wild yeast, lactic acid and other harmful bacterias. Over time, this biofilm causes higher bacteria growth. Biofilm growth happens quickly, and within two weeks this…

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