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Is Your CO2 Monitor Waterproof? IP Ratings Explained

POSTED ON October 26th  - POSTED IN Blog

As You Probably Know, Technology Is Advancing At A Fast Rate. If you watch adverts for the latest smartphones, they are more than likely going to be boasting about new special features that you wouldn’t have dreamed of 10 or 15 years ago.

(VIDEO) Check Out The Custom Tap System We Installed For Barrel Republic

POSTED ON January 27th  - POSTED IN Blog

Barrel Republic, the ultimate destination for craft beer enthusiasts, has two locations: one in Pacific Beach and another newer one in Oceanside. Barrel Republic is unique in that it gives customers the freedom to pour their own beer. To deliver on this personalized experience, they required a custom and specific tap system.

(VIDEO) We Installed 102 Taps For Slater’s 50/50 San Marcos, CA

POSTED ON January 14th  - POSTED IN Blog

When you have a combination sports bar and burger joint, the natural next step is a fantastic selection of beers. But in order to fill the bar with the best IPAs, Ambers, Pale Ales, Stouts, Porters and Ciders, one must decide how to accommodate a high number of taps in a limited space, often in difficult places. That’s where Glacier comes in.

(VIDEO) Check Out Our Custom Draft Beer Towers For Karl Strauss Brewing Company

POSTED ON December 18th  - POSTED IN Blog

Glacier recently had the pleasure of working with Karl Strauss’ Carlsbad location. Fred Glick and Marina Croce of Karl Strauss approached us with a great opportunity. They were remodeling the brewery—known for its onsite microbrewery, West Coast Pub Fare, and staff of craft beer enthusiasts—and needed a distinct tower design that would be unique to Karl Strauss.

Pairing: beer & crostini

POSTED ON July 15th  - POSTED IN Blog

For your next fête, try these crispy, simple apps (just bread plus two ingredients! It really doesn’t get any easier.) with beers to match. The base for your DIY crostini? Slice a baguette into 1/4-inch pieces, brush with olive oil and bake 10 to 15 minutes at 350 degrees F, turning once.