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Draft Beer VS Bottled Beer

Posted on 29 January, 2013 at 21:13
What are your thoughts on this? I find draft has much more flavor coming from the tap, and a freshness too it as well.

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8 Comments

Reply Sean C
2:26 on 30 January, 2013 
Draught beer wins hands down, bottled beer has a stale after taste and fills me up faster.
Reply Carl M
2:42 on 30 January, 2013 
I drink draft beer cause it's cheaper, but I hate the feeling I get the next day from it, its not all the time but sometimes it goes through me in a bad way.
Reply Draft Dr's Sales & Service
2:59 on 30 January, 2013 
Carl M says...
I drink draft beer cause it's cheaper, but I hate the feeling I get the next day from it, its not all the time but sometimes it goes through me in a bad way.

Carl, You are probably drinking draft beer from a beer system that has not been properly maintained, it's too common of a problem. You may want to ask when the last time the lines were cleaned, if they say more then a month you may want to get a bottle. if you want a list of places that we maintain just email me and I will send it too you.
Reply Mike F
16:22 on 8 February, 2013 
I always prefer beer on tap. Bottled beer lacks the taste that you get from draft. If you have a bottle of Honey Brown and a glass of Honey Brown poured from a tap side by side, you can clearly taste the difference.
Reply Greg M
18:37 on 5 March, 2013 
I only drink from a bottle when there is no beer on tap. But who doesn't have beer on tap these days.
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Reply Wine Hampers
6:57 on 9 December, 2013 
Beer tasted good, it made people feel good. For thousands of years, however, beer was not a recreational liquid but a vital food, in fact, a health food.
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