In order to serve nitro coffee in this way you will need several kegs, a stout tap, a regulator, a food grade nitrogen gas cylinder, and possibly a kegerator to keep your kegs cool while serving.
- Stout tap: The tap has a restrictor plate inside that will restrict the flow of the coffee, and help produce the cascading pour effect.
- Coffee keg: These come in a range of style and sizes – common sizes include 2.5 gallon, 3 gallon and 5 gallon. These need to be able to be pressurised with nitrogen gas.
- Regulator: The regulator takes the nitrogen gas from the cylinder and reduces the pressure before it enters the keg.
- Nitrogen cylinder: Used to condition the kegs with nitrogen and then to push the coffee out through the stout tap. You will need to find a national, regional or local supplier of food grade nitrogen in your area depending on your size of business and needs.
- Kegerator: This is a refrigerator that has been designed or altered to store and dispense kegs.
So, in essence:
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