I have since added eighteen additional lines to his system. John and his wonderful, dedicated staff maintain these lines by cleaning them after each keg. Their love for the beer is evident with every glass.
From this one job, I began to get many inquires for doing more draught jobs and at this point, it was time to quit my job and start up my own company. I strive to get better with every job and, while you will always find someone to do a job for less money, no one will offer you a system that has better parts or will last longer. Also, having worked in many breweries, I understand both the needs and equipment of small and large breweries better than anyone else in my industry. For this reason, I have been chosen to install beer lines in many of Colorado's breweries. Most recently, I have designed and installed the draught system for Crooked Stave's new location, installed the draught system at the new Avery Brewing facility, replaced Wynkoop Brewings aging beer lines and towers, as well as handling the renovation and expansion of Bull & Bush's system. I also have installed a ceramic tower with three chilled beer lines at the Governor's Mansion (paid for by the Colorado Brewer's Guild).
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Bar Rendering Done Before Work
Keg Whisperer, LLC is a locally owned and operated Colorado business specializing in high end draught system design and installation. As its owner, I have (mis?)spent the majority of my life acquiring the skills necessary to perform this job. I have spent time as a carpenter, plumber, electrician, framer, drywall installer, painter, cabinet maker, brewer, draught tech and welder. I am proficient in CAD design and have frequently done before and after renderings for clients. This confluence of skills leaves me uniquely qualified to handle large and difficult draught line installations.
As a draught tech and brewery rep I had the opportunity to see and work with many large draught systems and, for the most part, I found them lacking. There was extensive use of chrome plated brass parts and excessive use of vinyl tubing. Some systems poured more foam than beer. Several years ago, I was contacted by my friend John Fayman of Backcountry Pizza in Nederland about a new beer bar he was building in Boulder. He shared the same misgivings about the state of draught systems and asked me to design and install his fifty line system. He gave me the freedom and wallet to build the state of the art system that I was always wanting to build. There were to be no shortcuts, no inferior parts. All metal parts that touched the beer were to be made of stainless steel. The beer lines needed to stay clean, clean easily, not take on flavors, not taste like vinyl, and pour expensive and highly carbonated beer without waste. It needed to be pushed with 100% Carbon Dioxide because he did not want his IPAs tainted with the creaminess that a Nitrogen blend gas can impart to the beer. He also trusted that I could transform his existing mahogany bar into a beer tower. As I had a full time job working for Foxx Equipment, which sells and manufactures beer and soda equipment, I spent nights and weekends for four months working on his system.