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Drawing
Drawing and serving
Preparing the glasses
STEP 1:
Clean the glassware in a detergent
solution (Becharein) using brushes.
STEP 2:
Rinse off in a second sink with clean
water. Fully submerge each glass
with the opening facing up, so that
the glass fills with water. Repeat two
to three times.
STEP 3:
Inspect the glasses immediately after
rinsing. Hold up the glass toward the
light, with the opening facing down.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 if the water film
opens around any remaining greasy
spots.
STEP 4:
Do not dry glasses for draught beers.
Place them on a clean drainer with
the opening facing up for immediate
use. Glasses which you’re not going
to use immediately should be placed
with the opening facing down. Never
put a cloth under the glasses.
STEP 1:
Before drawing, moisten the glass
under the glass sprayer (best fed
with chilled water).
STEP 2:
Open the draught tower completely
and let the first burst of foam drop
next to the glass.
STEP 3:
Bring the glass at a 45° angle under
the draft tower and let the stream of
beer flow down the side of the tilted
glass.
STEP 4:
Hold the glass directly under the
stream of beer once it is 1/3 to 1/2 full.
with the base resting on the drainer.
STEP 5:
Shut off the tap when the foam runs
over the glass. Place the full glass
beside the tap on the drainer to
avoid any drips falling from the tap.
STEP 6:
With a single sweep, remove the
coarse foam bubbles with a clean
skimming blade.
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