Beverages on Tap: Practical Guide for Guide

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The On Tap Movement!: Should I Join the Ride?

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Everyone is talking about on-tap beverages from beer, wine, kombucha and cold brew coffee. Are you ready to roll out your specialty drinks? In addition to crafting a special formula and create variety for your tap menu, what are the other factors that could affect your beverage quality and bottom line?

In this webinar, we will help you understand the supply chain planning, downstream communications, filling process, and logistics. You will get to evaluate different types of keg materials used and make the right choice that fits your program. If you already offer on tap beverages and are ready for expansion out of your location, we will explore how to grow fast with minimal investment.

This webinar will highlight:

  1. Types of Kegs
  2. Filling Processes
  3. Supply Chain Planning
  4. Down Stream Communications
  5. Logistics to Market and Return
Scott Fore, Manager of Beer Sales Group, G3
Scott Fore

As manager of G3’s Beer Sales Group, Scott Fore manages a team of sales professionals that focus on the beer and specialty beverage market. His current role is to assist customers to expand their on-premise presence and explore export markets. He works closely with one-way petainerKeg™ manufacturing and G3 teams to provide market education, filling training, technical services and logistics support so customers easily transition to this draught format. Scott has 24 years of deep knowledge and experiences in the beverages industry. His passion for craft beverages has expanded greatly with the onset of Kombucha and Coffee crossover beverages.

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