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Perfect Pour Standard
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Perfect Pour StandardPour a Better Glass With Class

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The Perfect Pour standard model will save your establishment money by reducing the amount of foamy beer being poured down the drain. This cool invention solves the problem that is created when draft beer hits the bottom of the glass or cup and causes excessive foaming.

Here is how it works: The Perfect Pour standard nozzle moves the dispense point closer to the bottom of the glass or cup, decreasing agitation of the beer and any unnecessary foaming. The Perfect Pour standard model should pay for itself in less than 12 glasses of beer by reducing the need for bartenders to pour foamy draft beer down the drain. It's really a no-brainer!

The Perfect Pour Standard is a 2" custom-designed, straight nozzle that easily attaches to the end of a standard beer faucet or a 304 model beer faucet to help bartenders pour draft beer with less foam. The Perfect Pour Standard is ideally suited for establishments that primarily serve draft beer into glasses and cups.
Insert the flat end of Perfect Pour with the two "O" rings into the end of the beer faucet.

1. Place the glass over Perfect Pour nozzle and as close to the bottom of the glass as possible. The edge of the nozzle should also be close to the side of the glass.

2. Open beer faucet and pour keeping the Perfect Pour nozzle in the glass until pour is complete.

3. With Perfect Pour, you may be able to pour beer faster by increasing the applied gas pressure to the keg. Before doing this, check with your beer distributor to make sure you have the proper blend of gas to prevent over-carbonation of the beer.