Biofilm and how it affects beer quality.

Biofilm is the result of bacterial growth within the beer line. Acting like a glue on the beer line walls and containing yeast and bacteria, it enables the further growth and spread of wild yeast, lactic acid and other harmful bacterias. Over time, this biofilm causes higher bacteria growth. Biofilm growth happens quickly, and within two weeks this can have a noticeable negative effect on your beer quality. Biofilm growth is typically treated by regular line cleaning.

Pictured – An illustration of biofilm growth within a beer line over time. The biofilm attaches and further spreads on the walls of the line, providing an anchor and easy attachment for bacteria to join the party. Resulting in poor quality beer.

CellarControl technology inhibits biofilm growth within the beer line. Using scientifically endorsed sweeping sound technology, biofilm growth is drastically reduced, resulting in a cleaner tasting beer for longer – and enabling you to conduct beer line cleaning every 6-8 weeks, while still achieving optimal beer quality. Without biofilm growth, bacteria and lactic acid counts are kept at an absolute minimum, and ensuring your beer is served the way it was supposed to be – without the high cleaning costs.

Pictured – Using scientifically proven sweeping sound technology, biofilm growth within the beer line is inhibited. With significantly reduced biofilm growth, spoilage bacteria is unable to grow and spread.

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