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Draught Beer Quality Manual

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garyg:
For anyone who has set up or is considering setting up a home (or commercial) draught beer system, you should check out the Brewers Association Draught Beer Quality Manual.  It is very comprehensive, easy to read, and loaded with photos and charts.

Chapters:
1. Essential Draught System Components
2. Temporary Draught Disspense (e.g. jockey boxes)
3. Equipment and Configurations for Direct Draw Draught Systems
4. Equipment and Configurations for Long-Draw Draught Systems
5. A Matter of Balance
6. Preparation to Pour
7. Serving Draught Beer
8. System Maintenance and Cleaning

You can download the manual in its entirety, or by chapter, for free at www.draughtquality.org.

halenrush:
Thanks for posting this. 

dbeechum:
Gary,

I think I've said it before, but I'll say it again.. that draught manual is so bad ass I don't even know where to begin. Those guys did an excellent job with it.

hamiltont:
Thanks for posting the DBQM!!  Of course I now wonder.  Do any of you use a CO2 Filter?

denny:

--- Quote from: hamiltont on November 04, 2009, 02:19:12 PM ---Do any of you use a CO2 Filter?

--- End quote ---

Nope.  Can't see what purpose it would serve.

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