NitroBrew Tabletop

NitroBrew Tabletop

Start serving nitro beverages on tap with NitroBrew Tabletop. An easy, affordable system for cafes and businesses to serve nitro beverages on tap elegantly. Various configurations are possible depending on your business needs.

You can also use this system at events, conferences, farmers market etc. Serve any drink on nitro: beer, coffee, tea and more. You can supply your beverage in any container and you will be ready to serve in minutes. No need for pressurized kegs!

Connect the tabletop system to a nitrogen cylinder or an air compressor. We also have some beer and coffee connoisseurs with this elegant setup in their homes!

Zero consumables if used with an air compressor. Good for your budget and the environment!

**** Please note that you will need to supply a gas source for these systems. You can source a nitrogen cylinder locally or simply use a clean air compressor for a clean, sustainable and eco-friendly option! Call or email us to learn more!

Nitro Brew Tabletop System

Ideal system for your cafe, bar or mobile coffee cart!

Two nitro taps!

Nitro Brew Tabletop Dual

Tabletop – Front View

Single Tap - Nitro Brew Tabletop System

Tabletop – Back View

NitroBrew Tabletop

Tabletop – Side View

Nitro Brew Tabletop - Dual Tap System

NitroBrew Inline Infusion Systems - Frequently Asked Questions

NitroBrew systems can be connected to an air compressor or a Nitrogen cylinder. These systems will work with either. Using an air compressor is a very clean and sustainable way to serve nitro beverages and operationally very easy and efficient.

NitroBrew systems can be used with any beverage like cold brew coffee, black tea, beer or any beverage of your choice.

No, you need to provide chilled beverage or serve over ice. We do keep adding new product lines and this could change. Please check with us when you are ready to evaluate these systems to see if we have newer options for you.

We recommend you set it to 60 psig. In our experience, our systems work best at this pressure. Talk to us about setting it higher or lower.

We often find that the coffee/tea grounds have deposited into the restrictor plate in the stout tap.Yes, we see that even with customers who say they are only using filtered cold brew. Please clean the restrictor plate periodically. Simply unscrew the stout tap end and carefully remove the o-ring, restrictor plate and a flow straightener. Wash them and put them back in the SAME order. You will start to pour nitro again as you should!

This is not a common thing but we have seen it on occasion. If you have connected it correctly and did not connect the beverage line to the gas line, but still see this issue, please call us at 602-903-2158 and we will walk you through the process

 

Yes, we provide a switch (at an additional cost of $110) so you can use the same tap on a NitroBrew tabletop unit to switch between still and nitro. Just note that the still beverage may have some nitro in the first few ounces of a pour from a previous infusion. The beverage in the tubing will need to be dispensed for clear, still beverage

The simplest way to use the system safely is to connect water to the unused taps. Connect water instead of the beverage to the unused tap, pour off some water to ensure the line is filled till the tap and let it sit. We still recommend cleaning be performed on these taps and the water should be changed regularly.

We recommend between 1.0-1.2 v/v carbonation for beer to be served on nitro. Most beers BEFORE force carbonation (AFTER fermentation) are at this level of carbonation. Higher levels of carbonation can result in unpredictable pours.

Beer gas is needed only with MicroNitro (single or dual) systems. Please refer to the included quick setup guide to verify pressures and mixture settings

Beer gas is not needed for MicroNitro Pneumatic systems. We recommend connecting pure Nitrogen at 60 psig. to infuse into the beverage. The keg counter-pressure must be pure CO2. The CO2 must be maintained at a pressure appropriate to hold in 1-1.2 v/v of carbonation at the beer temperature

In case of non-carbonated products, the infusion may be turned up too high resulting in a big head of foam in the pour.In case of carbonated products, the infusion may be turned up too high or the carbonation in the beverage may be too high. We recommend 1-1.2 v/v carbonation in a beverage to achieve consistent, controlled nitro pours. Any higher carbonation can result in too much foam or in-consistent nitro infusion.

The chemistry of the beverage plays a crucial role in determining whether a beverage doeswell on nitro. Light bodied beverages (mild teas, light coffees, some sodas etc.) do not have the necessary foam positive elements to hold in the infusion long enough. We recommend additives or switching to a full bodied beverage to achieve the classic nitro pour.

At this time we DO NOT recommend using the inline systems to package your nitro beverage. Please feel free as us about QuantiPerm’s Inline systems for packaging and production equipment. More information can be found at www.quantiperm.com or you can call us at 602-903-2158.

NitroBrew systems can draw a beverage from any container, even kegs. You can connect the beverage inlet to the appropriate keg coupler and the system will draw and infuse product. Please ensure there are no leaks or loose fittings on the keg that can send air in to the beverage in hose.

We recommend using 100% Nitrogen to counter-pressure the keg. Typically a small bleedof gas is more than sufficient to keep the coffee fresh. We recommend a MAXIMUM of 5psig. counter-pressure on the keg while connected to the inline systems.