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Most beer lovers agree that draught beer is a real treat. For the most part, it is associated with a glass. If it is the right glass for the beer, you can discover the taste in a whole new way. But draft beer dispenser backpack from Rocketpacks itself is not always a pleasure compared to the other options. Once struck, it should be emptied quickly. The dispensing equipment should be cleaned daily. Only then do the disadvantages of draft beer balance it out. The advantage is the direct carbonation during tapping. This makes it particularly sparkling and fresh in taste and that is why the draft beer from the glass is so popular.

A Beer dispenser system consists of one or more taps (usually a compensator tap) and fittings for connecting the storage containers, usually barrels, plus a pump or a pressurized gas container, also called a carbon dioxide or nitrogen bomb, with a pressure reducer suitable for this purpose.

Although it is easy to fill beer in kegs, kegs are usually too impractical for private beer consumption. Small breweries therefore hardly ever offer kegs, as the catering trade is often tied to large breweries. Glass, bottle or can or backpack - which do you prefer? The can has a bad reputation, and wrongly so. In fact, apart from the closed keg, beer keeps best in them. Bottles, however, are convenient to use and environmentally friendly. Apart from the bottling, you can enjoy any beer with the right glass. How do you like to drink your beer? Do you fill your beer in bottles or kegs? Just look around in the Rocketpacks store! There you will find brewing ingredients, backpack brewing accessories, and everything for your beer brewing. Do you have any questions? Feel free to contact us!
  • For heating or cooling the beverages, the beer dispenser can be equipped with appropriate equipment. 
  • As a rule, continuous flow coolers are used here, which cool the beverage while it is being poured.


With most models, precise pressure adjustment is not possible here, as the air flows directly from the beerpump.
  • Through technical dispensing controls associated with the system, the correct dispenser technique and the correct pressure on the pressurized gas line, the so-called dispensing loss can be minimized.
  • A pressure reducer is connected to the pressurized gas container, as the pressure directly at the valve would be too high. 
Canned beer refers to beer that is sold in cans rather than bottles. The cans used for filling with canned beer are made of aluminum or tinplate. The backpack sales system, despite allegedly worse taste than bottled beer, enjoyed ever-increasing popularity. Canned beer was easier to transport and the disposal of empty beer cans was simpler than with bottles, which had to be returned to the beverage market because of the deposit. Since the introduction of the can deposit, demand for canned beer in Africa has plummeted because the advantage of easy disposal has thus been eliminated.

A distinction is made between wet and dry coolers, with the somewhat outdated wet coolers using a cold water basin, whereas the dry cooler uses a cold aluminum block through which cooling coils with the beverage run. 

Making your own beer, the dream of many beer lovers. And it's not difficult at all! With the right backpack, brewing your own beer becomes an easy but exciting task. We have put together everything you need to sell. Find out about the individual equipment, which is necessary for brewing or can simply provide an additional remedy. Extensive beer equipment allows for higher quality during the brewing process and thus a better end result. Use the given equipment and brew your own beer comfortably. Basically, a mash tun, a lauter tun, a wort pan and a fermenter are needed. In addition, some hawker tools such as a brewing paddle, measuring cups or scales facilitate the work. To perfect the production process, you should also deal with the individual closure methods. Different beer mats, beer labels or similar give your beer its own aesthetic effect.
  • Beer dispenser tap systems are typically used in the beer service industry or where beverages are dispensed in large quantities. 
  • The quantity to be filled can be dosed manually or automatically.
In itself, it is a transport device for beverage bottles and the beer crate in particular for beer. For some, however, the beer crate serves not only to transport the beer, but also to open beer bottles (to do this, place the beer bottle on the edge of the Mobile Rocketpacks backpacks, pull the bottle down and it is open) or for beer crate races! The beer crate used to be made of wood or metal. Nowadays only beer crates are made of plastic. Today's beer crates are built in such a way that they can be stacked on top of each other, that is, the bottom of one beer crate snaps onto the surface of another identical beer crate.
  • In the meantime, there are also beer dispensing systems where ready-to-drink beers are filled from canisters into drinking vessels at the push of a button.
  • Smaller home beer dispenser systems for small beer kegs and private use are also on the market.
The backpack dispenser is mainly made for mini pressure drums. It is very inexpensive and always performs its function reliably. This attachment is put on the mini pressure barrel. With a built-in air pump, the pressure is built up. So this pump beer dispenser does not consume CO2 cartridges/ cartridges, you just need to pump to keep the pressure constant. Since this mini pressure keg should be tight, pumping again is only necessary when serving beer as the pressure drops. It is very suitable for "quick emptying" of kegs at parties, barbeques, private parties or similar events. The pump dispenser is relatively easy to clean and can be used again and again.
  • A component of dispensing systems for beers, especially for draft beer, is usually a collecting device for the over foamed or skimmed beer foam.
  • It consists of a tub under the tap, usually covered with a perforated, grid or slotted plate, in which the liquid is caught and collected.

A large vinyl display cover allows quick change!

Beer is a stimulant. Why not take a Rocketpackst to consciously experience your beer. Let yourself be impressed by the diversity of the effect of beer and enjoy this sensual experience. Let's start by looking at the beer, its color. You will recognize whether you have a light or dark beer in front of you. Now consciously perceive the smell of the beer. What does it remind you of? Do you feel refreshed, does it smell pleasant, does it make you want something hearty? Finally, the most important step is to take a sip and taste. Is your beer rather sweet? One of the bitter varieties? Or does it have a spicy, strong taste? Experience the peculiarities of this drink. Keep in mind that the taste should be adapted to a different glass depending on the type of beer, in order to highlight the optimal quality of each variety. In general, be sure to choose a glass that does not widen at the top. Otherwise, the foam crown will dissipate and with it a visual as well as taste enjoyment factor.

Beer Dispenser equipment

  • The CO2 content of the beer: 
  • The more carbonating CO2 present in the beverage itself, the higher the corresponding back pressure must be to prevent the carbon dioxide from dissolving.
  • In the past, so-called leak beer was often served at a lower price to financially less fortunate customers.
Beer production begins with malting. Malting involves germinating barley grains and wheat grains with water, followed by 6-8 weeks of dormancy, and finally the grain goes into the germination box. The result of this step, beer production, germination, is called green malt. Another step of beer production is kilning. At this stage of beer production, the Rocketpacks backpack keg is prepared for filling. The properties of malt significantly affect the taste of the finished beer at the end of beer production. The next step in beer production is milling. As the name of this stage of beer production suggests, the malt is crushed in a grist mill to preserve the grain hulls. Later in the beer-making process come mashing, where the malt is mixed with hot water, iodine testing, which tests whether there is too much or too little starch in the mash, and lautering, where the malt is separated from the beer wort. The next important stage of beer production is wort boiling, which is self-explanatory by its name. This is followed by knocking out, which removes undissolved hop constituents and precipitated protein from the wort. Finally, in beer production follow the cooling of the clear wort, the addition of yeast and fermentation, and finally storage.
  1. Tap pressure of the beer dispenser?
  2. A pressurized gas such as CO2 is used to move the beer from the storage container to the tap.
  3. This gas flows into the container and ensures the buoyancy of the beer via a riser tube and the maintenance of the carbon dioxide content of the beere in question.
  4.  Setting the correct tapping pressure on this is essential for tapping.
  5. This should depend on the following factors:
In the UK, "Ale" is the same as "Beer". Ale is a fermented beverage that contains alcohol. The difference with beer is that ale has a higher alcohol content than beer and the taste is usually fruity and has a strong aroma. However, the backpack filling ale does not contain hops. It is brewed at a temperature of 15° - 25°C and therefore it is called a warm ale. The term ale does not refer to the name of the beverage, but to the fermentation process. Some examples of ale are: Mild Ale, Pale Ale, Bitter and Stock Ale, Brown Ale, Irish Ale, Old Ale, Scottish Ale, Barley Wine, etc. There are also very unusual varieties of ale, such as Pumpkin Ale, which is made from pumpkin. Thereby, the flavors of ale differ significantly, from a sweetish taste to a dry ale. However, there are not only English beers that can be counted to the family of ale, but also individual German beers, such as the Kölsch or the Düsseldorfer Alt-Bier. However, ale is not the same as ginger ale. This is because ginger ale is a soft drink, which means it does not contain alcohol. Ginger ale takes its name from the plant from which it is made: ginger. The taste of this non-alcoholic drink is unique.
  • The temperature of the beer: 
  • The higher the temperature of the beer in the container, the more easily the carbon dioxide dissolves and the higher the counterpressure must therefore be.
  • The difference in height from the container to the tap: the higher the beer has to be transported in the fittings, the higher the driving pressure must be.
The beer brand is the name of the beer marketed by the brewery. However, this does not mean that the beer brand is the same as the brewery's name, but can also differ from it. Moreover, different breweries can market one brand of beer. An example of this case is the Rocketpacks backpack beer brand. Of course, there are not only a few different beer brands, but a lot of different ones. Only a few should be mentioned here. The z, as the above example of a beer brand, has as ingredients not only water, barley malt and hop extract, but also glucose-fructose syrup , carbonic acid and a colorant. This makes it difficult to distinguish between beer and lemonade.
  • The other portion is exclusively responsible for transport to the beertap.
  •  At the tap, the pressure is then reduced again to prevent carbon dioxide loss and to produce a moderate flow of the beverage. 
  • This is usually referred to as an adjustable " compensator tap" 
Beer tasting, sometimes also called beer inspection, is a quality check by tasting and analysis with computers. During a beer tasting, both the smell and the taste of the beer are tested. Such a beer tasting is similar to a wine tasting. Beer tasting is also an extremely important instrument for controlling compliance with the purity law. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the lederhosen was a method of beer tasting, which is bizarre in today's terms, in order to control compliance with the Purity Law. For this beer tasting, a beer bench made of oak wood was used, which was evenly doused by the brewer with a measure of fresh beer. Once this first step of the beer hawking is to by a backpack beer dispenser was completed, two to three men in hosen sat down on this bench and sat on it for between one and two hours. This beer tasting was of course also connected with amenities for these patient men, they were generously provided with food and drinks. When the beer from the bench had soaked into their lederhosen and it had dried up, they all stood up at the same time. If the result of the beer test showed a positive result, the wooden bench stuck to the men. If that happened, the beer sample had shown that the brewer had used enough malt and had succeeded in making a good brew.

Cold Beer Dispenser

  •  In case of deviations from normal beer quality!
  • If a beer smells or tastes untypical, in the worst case a filtered beer comes out of the tap cloudy or flakes float in it, then the dispensing equipment most probably has a strong microbiological infection.
  • Also in this a basic cleaning is absolutely necessary, because the infection cannot be removed from the infection cannot be removed from the system with the normal weekly cleaning.
  •  In case of apparent abnormalities
  • A beer dispenser system should be visually inspected by the operator or a specialist at regular intervals.
  •  If during the inspection it is noticed that coatings have formed in the hoses, or that slime or mold stains appear in various places, or that sour smells are detected at the tap or dispensing head, or dull smells are detected at the tap or dispensing head, it is also urgently time to have a time to carry out a basic cleaning.
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  • The material of this backpack is made of insulating and washable truck tarpaulin material! 
  • This is not the conventional nylon backpack material!
  • As an alternative to pressurized gas, there are also beer dispenser systems with diaphragm pumps, which use a moving diaphragm to create a negative pressure that transports the beer into the line and to the tap instead of, for example, CO2.

    Carrying out cleaning and disinfection?

  • The length of the line and its diameter: the longer the line and the smaller its cross-section, the higher the friction with the beer and therefore the driving pressure.
  • The portion of the pressure that is dependent on temperature and CO2 content is called the saturation pressure of the beer.