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Glacier Design Systems in BJ’s Restaurants

POSTED ON October 19th  - POSTED IN Uncategorized
Did you know that Glacier has designed and installed beer systems for BJ’s Restaurants? We are very proud of the work we have done with them and were thrilled to see the following article about BJ’s in the current edition of US Business Executive! BJ’s Restaurants: Casual Dining and Craft Brews Produced by Victor Martins […]

2012 Great American Beer Festival® Winners Announced

POSTED ON October 15th  - POSTED IN Uncategorized
Medals awarded to breweries from all corners of the country Boulder, CO • October 13, 2012—The 2012 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition awarded 254 medals to some of the best commercial breweries in the United States. Presented by the Brewers Association, GABF is the largest commercial beer competition in the world and a symbol of […]

Analox 50 Carbon Dioxide Monitor

POSTED ON October 9th  - POSTED IN Uncategorized
Not only does Glacier Design carry draught beer equipment, but we are also a supplier of carbon dioxide monitors! Getting a carbon dioxide monitor for your bar or restaurant is a crucial safety precaution to take. As an owner or manager of a bar, restaurant or fast food outlet, it is up to you to […]

Offering Larger Selection of Beer At Restaurants Leads to Incremental Consumption

POSTED ON October 4th  - POSTED IN Uncategorized
According to Alcoholic Beverage DemandTracker, a recent study on alcohol consumption behaviors in the United States, 33% of alcohol drinkers who visit restaurants regularly report that they are more likely to order beer when offered a large selection of beer brands at a restaurant.  And 26% of them are likely to order more servings of […]

New-School Cider

POSTED ON October 4th  - POSTED IN Uncategorized
Cider is quickly becoming the apple of the beer industry’s eye. By Christopher Staten Jeff Smith calls his business “the future of cider.” It’s a bold claim for any bar proprietor, especially one specializing in a historically mischaracterized, misunderstood and “miscellany”-categorized drink. But it’s no exaggeration: At Bushwhacker Cider in southeast Portland, Ore., the apple […]