SERVING THE BEER.

There are three key components of serving draught beer.

 

1. Keeping the beer cold. We recommend keeping it in a large tub with ice. (We can provide you with one of these.) A warm keg takes about 48 hours to cool down again, so it's very important to keep it chilly.

 

2. Pushing the beer out of the keg. You've got two options here: a hand pump or CO2. Hand pumps are the simplest, but as this introduces oxygen to the keg, the beer must be finished the same day. Using CO2 will keep the beer fresh, so if you don't finish the keg you can continue to drink it afterwards.

 

3. How to dispense. The easiest option is a party line; a simple hose with a faucet at the end. This is extremely easy to use. The nicest looking option is a jockey box; a cooler with tap handles attached to it and coils inside that cool the beer as it passes through the line.

 

Check out the video for step by step instructions on how to use a party pump.

 

If you have any questions feel free to call us at the tasting room!

KEGS FOR YOUR EVENT.

Want Faculty Brewing Co. beer for your event? We sell kegs and can lend you dispensing equipment (and show you how to use it!). 

 

THE KEG.

We're a small brewery, and our taps rotate constantly. Give us a shout and we can give you the lowdown on which beers will be available to order for the date you need your keg!

 

20L KEG = $100 + GST + Liquor Tax

50L KEG = $200 + GST + Liquor Tax

We can also rent you the dispensing equipment you need.

 

Hand Pump + Party Line =  $15 Rental + $50 Deposit *

+ $5 for every extra day

For rental inquiries, please send an email to hola@facultybrewing.com!

 

* We have a limited number of hand pumps. Please reserve your rental early to ensure you can get one.

 

 

 

Faculty Brewing Co.

1830 Ontario Street

Vancouver BC

778 716 6794

License # 306968

On Site Store # 1783

MON - WED:  2PM  - 9PM

THURS:  2PM  - 10PM

FRI - SAT:  12PM  - 10PM

SUN:  1PM - 9PM

Unceded traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil Waututh) and sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) Coast Salish peoples.

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