turbotap usa now on spike tv's "bar rescue"
SAN FRANCISCO -- TurboTap USA, the exclusive distributor of TurboTap products, is a regular, featured consultant to bars and restaurants across the country as part of Spike TV's series "Bar Rescue," a new show where Jon Taffer, the show's host, gives failing bars and restaurants one last chance at success.
The TurboTap is the technology leader in controlling foam spillage and accelerating pours for draft beer. The product is being utilized in the 10-episode show that started Sunday, July 24. TurboTap USA helps maximize draft beer profits in three of the "rescued" bars; Blue Frog 22, Chicken Bone and the Canyon Inn.
"We're excited to be a part of helping these bars and working with operators to stop draft beer waste and maximize profits, while serving customers a great beer every time," said TurboTap USA CEO Michael Manion.
An average bar loses 15%-30% of each keg it sells down the drain as foam overflow. The TurboTap reduces beer loss to a minimal amount. By eliminating beer waste, the TurboTap not only improves profits, it also helps the environment by reducing the amount of resources utilized in reaching a specific level of beer consumption. A bar that improves its keg yield by only 10% and sells 4 kegs per month will see savings of approximately US$3,000.00 per year, which is a great return on a US $200.00 product.
TurboTap USA was asked to be a part of the new series as a provider of leading edge draft beer technology. TurboTap USA was able to immediately show the bars and restaurants astounding differences between their before and after the TurboTap draft beer pours. TurboTap USA's products and additional services will be regularly featured as part of the show's efforts to help failing bars and restaurants across the country.
Jon Taffer, one of the country's top restaurant and bar consultants, delves into every facet of running a bar, from creating a profitable menu, to music selection, to managing crowds, and introduces TurboTap as an optimal draft beer pouring system.