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Enhance Your Self-Pour Operation with These 10 Features

Our latest GEN 4 platform is built on almost a decade of experience in the market and it’s packed with tons of features designed to enhance the self-pour experience for operators and patrons.

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Keep Beer Lines Clean for Trouble-Free Draft System Operation and Fresh, Flavorful Beer

Learn the ins and outs of how to keep a clean and well-maintained draft beverage system

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Whistle & Keg’s New Cleveland Location Installs Self-Pour Beer Wall With iPourIt Technology

Whistle
& Keg, a pour-your-own taproom, opens its second location with 50
self-serve taps.

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iPourIt Installs Self-Serve Beer Wall in Seventh LemonShark Poké Location

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LemonShark Poké, a fast casual poké franchise, plans to open a new location with self-serve taps in Cary, N.C.

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New iPourIt Location, DownTime Taps, Opens in Ferndale, Wash.

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Downtime Taps, a Self-Serve Taproom, Opened its Doors Monday, July 9, 2018

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How to Approach Mixed Drinks in Your Draft System

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How to Approach Mixed Drinks in Your Draft System

 

For self-serve bars that want to pour more than beer from their taps, mixed drinks and other fruit-infused booze can be a struggle. But for bars using the iPourIt, custom draft systems can be equipped

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How to Pour the Perfect Pour

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How to Pour the Perfect Pour

For many craft beer consumers and new business owners, beer’s journey from keg to pint glass is somewhat of a mystery. Why do some beers pour super foamy, while others have no head at all? How do beers on nitro come out thick as cream and soft as velvet?

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Why Pour Bros. Chose iPourIt Over the Competition

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When friends Nathan Monroe and Rob Mathisen decided to open a bar in Central Illinois, they had one mantra: “We don’t want to be like every other craft beer bar.” As they researched ways to differentiate themselves, they agreed on installing self-serve technology, where customers could pour their own samples of different craft beers.