Bag-in-Box for beer is the new alternative to traditional kegs*
A taste direct from the brewery.
Rapak’s Bag-in-Box for beer is the new alternative to traditional kegs. Bag-in-Box when used in combination with draftstream™ carbonating systems addresses issues associated with dispensing draft beer from traditional keg systems.
Hygiene and Taste are key factors that can alter the taste of draft-dispensed beer. Rapak Bag-in-Box addresses these two issues and offers peace of mind!
WHY IS BAG-IN-BOX A BETTER OPTION?
Bag-in-Box lines are shorter and easier to manage
Dispensing with Bag-in-Box provides longer-lasting foam
It reduces labor time to clean and sanitise the lines
Eliminates additional cost of hiring professional cleaning services
Eliminates the risk of altering taste with cleaning chemicals
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR BAG-IN-BOX BEER:
Reduced transportation costs
Easier and more efficient to store
Bag-in-Box can be connected in a series
Elimination of return expenses associated with kegs
Empty Bag-in-Boxes are collapsible and easy to dispose
Bag-in-Box is recyclable
STEPS TO USE:
Production - The beer is brewed, fermented and stored as usual.
De-carbonisation - Before filling, the CO2 concentrate is reduced to approximately 1g/litre.
Filling - The beer is filled in 20L bags and packed into boxes.
Transport - The boxes are palletised and transported to the customer with a 30% improvement on utilisation through the logistics routing.
Connecting to the Pump Unit - A pump (electric or compressed air) & a carbonator are placed between BIB & the existing dispense head. During dispense CO2 is reintroduced to the beer at the desired concentration.
Dispensing - The re-carbonated beer exits the carbonator at 2.5 bars (the usual keg pump pressure) & is pumped using existing pump unit.