Big Savings with Monthly Beer Line Cleaning

Typical Venue Example

To help you see how it all works & the big savings you can make with monthly beer line cleaning, we have given a typical example below, of typical customer cellar set up and the additional revenue they generated by installing a StayClean System.

Venue #1: One Cellar + Two Bars

Venue #1 has one cellar and one bar, and a split line for each of its 8 products.

 Traditional Cleaning StayClean Cleaning StayClean Savings
Line Cleans per Month4112 Hours per month
Monthly Beer Loss192 Pints48 Pints144 Pints per month
Monthly Loss @ RSP£672.00£168.00£504.00 per month
Annual Loss @ RSP£8,736.00£2,184.00£6,552.00 per year
5 Year Loss @ RSP£43,680£10,920£32,760.00 per year
  • Five-year-guarantee - big savings with monthly beer line cleaningIn this example there are eight product lines, each with a 3 pint pull through and we have assumed a Retail Selling Price (RSP) of a pint of £3.50.
  • Venue #1 generated an additional £32,760 over the 5 year guarantee period, just by fitting a StayClean System.
  • The cost of the StayClean System for Venue #1 is approximately £2,088.00

For a full quotation, please Request a Price. StayClean will produce a comprehensive letter outlining your wastage, savings & system costs over the full 5 year guarantee period. The letter is ideal if you need to discuss StayClean with committee members.

Don’t Forget….Help Save The Earth

Aside from savings in time, money and labour that StayClean gives, it also increases your green credentials by saving valuable natural resources.

Water
Over a five year period venue # 1 saves around 2000 gallons of water and venue #2, with splits, saves almost 4000 gallons.

Chemicals
75% less hazardous cleaning chemicals flushed into the water system.

Electricity
The StayClean System operates on a 12 volt power supply; so, unlike costly automated systems it doesn’t cost the earth – saving your bank balance and valuable natural resources.

Proudly Made in Britain

All of the hardware & software required for StayClean products are designed & manufactured in Britain.


Doing some catch-up reading at StayClean. Interesting stats from @inapub - more than 34% of 2000 people surveyed by Brewhouse and Kitchen said beer was their favourite tipple: https://t.co/6AFEDg7rR2

Feeling philanthropic?
Craddocks Brewery have a crowndfunding page set-up aiming to launch a not-for-profit bar in central Birmingham:
https://t.co/UoOSc9GDQf

Is there enough beer to go around?

The Daily Mash: Britain Not Drunk Enough to Accept Boris Johnson as Prime Minister:

https://t.co/IA8zhE0fxm

We poured both beers in to new beakers to stir up whatever funk had settled over the past 48 days.
Untreated beer (right) is thick + opaque.
StayClean treated beer (left) is still bright + clear. Look closely + you can see the Malvern Hills through it.
Science For The Win!
Woop! https://t.co/AGcgGxyC08
cleanbeer photo

final Beer Science (ish) close-up.
@HookyBrewery finest has posed up a storm - ooh, look at it, in all its close-up glory.
We're going to pour them out in a minute.
@rankinphoto can then rest easy, as cannon fodder is retiring from photography, citing artistic stress. https://t.co/HFa3A71V4g
cleanbeer photo

Beer Science (ish) final photos below.
On the left we have StayClean treated beer: nearly 7 weeks in + its still looking pretty good: clear, palatable and no sediment forming.
On the right, the untreated (less fortunate) beer looks cloudy, sad + sludgey.
Beer Science (ish) FTW! https://t.co/AxPSoK2Wlv
cleanbeer photo

Why not have a months trial for free?

“I personally test at least 5 pints a week, & it always tastes great to me!” Graeme @ Aberdeen Bowls