Polypin & Beer care instructions
139 Masons Hill
Bromley BR2 9HW
1. Transport your Polypin in an upright position. Tap at top. This reduces the pressure on the tap.
2. On arrival vent it in the upright position by opening the tap and releasing any excess gas.
3. Break and remove the perforated panel of cardboard to expose the tap.
4. Place the polypin in the position it will be drunk, with the back raised by about 2 inches
(a book is often used to do this).
5. Allow the beer to ‘settle’ overnight (the sediment to fall to the bottom of the polypin). Sometimes a small
amount of sediment settles in the tap and the first drop out of the party barrel may be hazy.
This should clear within 1/4 of a pint.
6. Do not move from the location you will pour from until the ale has been consumed. If you move it you must wait a
until the cask ale re-settles again.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR BEER
When locating the polypin remember to find a cool place (best between 12 -15 degrees), the better the conditions the longer the life of the beer.
In ideal conditions the beer can last for up to 3 to 4 weeks as no air can enter
and contaminate the beer.
REMEMBER TO KEEP OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT
Tel: 020 8466 6083
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BRIGHT ALES AND CIDERS DO NOT NEED TO SETTLE