The TurboTap combats gravity as the nozzle tapers in diameter ensuring the beer remains in contact with the nozzle walls throughout its entire journey from tap to container, helping to combat the effects of gravity with viscous forces. The turbo tap also
At Wrigley Field The average time taken to pour a beer decreased to four seconds from nine seconds and keg yields increased from a stadium wide 87.5% to 103% resulting in extra revenue of US$90 per keg as a result of TurboTap’s yield advantage.
Looking at how that effected profitability, the TurboTap keg yield of 103% is an improvement of 15.5% over the Keg yield without TurboTap of 87.5%. Measured in 16-ounce beers per keg, that’s an additional 19 beers served per keg increasing total beers per
The numbers are stark in contrast - TurboTap makes sense
It's not just the speed of the product produced by TurboTap, but the consistency - without uncontrollable foaming, spillage is all but eliminated and the customer gets the beer on the right in a quarter the time of the one on the left.
We reckon the TurboTap is pretty clever - the breweries mightn't though. If everyone used trubotaps, the breweries would sell 30% less beer!
Pull a perfect beer - four times faster than an imperfect one
July 19, 2005 Beer is big business - the world consumes 150 billion litres of beer annually and in America alone, beer is a US$78.1 billion dollar industry accounting for 54% of all alcoholic beverage sales in dollars. Which is why the TurboTap is such an important invention - the oddly-shaped elongated beer tap pours beer four times faster than existing beer taps at the same time as increasing keg yield by up to 30% and reducing training time to roughly 60 seconds. By increasing the number of customers that can be served in a given time by bar staff, the TurboTap can significantly increase throughput at peak times, and reduce staff numbers across the board. For the customer, it will mean shorter queues and a perfect beer every time. It’s a classic case of recognising the important problem and the founder of TurboTap, 31-year-old Matthew Younkle did just that in seeking out the technology to pour a faster, more consistent beer.
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