Indoor event solutions

Serving beer at an indoor event with multiple halls, without having to install a completely new beer installation, Duotank is taking care of this problem.

Normally there are specific places within a building where the possibility is offered to connect a tap point. However, an indoor event often requires the flexibility to allow the beer to flow from the tap at a desired location. Next to that it is possible for a brewery to carry there own brewery fresh beer into your desired place, instead of depending on what’s available at the location.

To keep an overview of the liters that are tapped per event. There are a number of options possible to measure this accurately;

Flowmeter
Duotank supplies this beer meter especially for events, if you want to measure the flow of beer exactly at an event you can use the MMU Flowmeter. The meter is fully mobile and OIML certified for beer tax (excise duty)

DSO, Duotank System Online
Our DSO is an end-to-end technological online solution.

It makes it possible to manage the amount and temperature of beer on different locations through an online platform.

Products for the indoor events

Event tank

The event tank is a mobile tank with an integrated cooling system and air compressor. This way you have a fully equipped “plug and play” mobile solution that you can use at any place.

Mobile bar system

In combination with our transport or event tank, it is possible to serve your brewery fresh beer at any location. The mobile bar is able to be personlized as much as the customer asks.

DSO system

The Duotank DSO unit is designed as an extremely easy to install and maintain beer level measuring device. The data is received on a central server and doesn’t need any external power or wifi.

Flowmeter

To measure the exact beer flow at an eventbar, the flowmeter is an ideal solution. It is a certified measuring device and can measure the liters which flow from the tank to the bar.

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