Duotank Tanks

Beer tanks are used to store and dispense beer in a bar. The tanks can be divided into two main categories: insu­lated and non-insulated. The non-insulated beer tanks are suitable for placing into a cold room environment.

Insulated tanks on the other hand are produced with an insulation layer and equipped with a copper coil cool­ing. This allows for constant cooling of the tank, making it able to place the tank everywhere you want, including inside the bar interior.

The inside of a cooled beer tank is always made of stain­less steel. The outer shell is available in different variants;

  • Stainless steel (polished or sandblasted)
  • Copper (old-look or polished)
  • Black plastic (PU jacket)
  • Spraypainted in any color

Optionally on all versions you can choose to have the V-line variant. The V-line is a mix of  “brewery like” sight glasses with a modern twist. One of the sight glasses is equipped with a display showing the beer volume and temperature in the tank.

The combination of an insulated tank with an outer shell of your choice will be an addition to any bar interior.

The beer goes straight from the brewery into insulated beer tanks, because of the 100% airtight bag there is no extra CO2 needed. Because of the different beautiful finishes, the tanks are a great way to promote your beer.

Applications for the Duotank Tanks

(Micro) Breweries

Beer tanks allow a constant cooling for the brewery fresh beer, making it able to place the tanks everywhere you like even as a temporary storage of the beer in the brewery.

Solutions for a bar

The combination of an insulated tank with an outer shell of your choice will be an addition to any bar interior.

Indoor events

Tanks can be custom maid as well in build up as in size, that way it is possible to provide your indoor event from the best possible tank beer solution.

Duotank V-line

The Duotank V-line is an exclusive beer tank with “brewery like” sight glasses & cutting edge technology. Inside the sight glass a display is mounted to show temperature and volume

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