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Choice Economy 8 Qt. Full Size Stainless Steel Chafer with Folding Frame
Choice 15" x 18 1/2" 18 oz. White 100% Cotton Ribbed Terry Bar Towel - 12/Pack
Choice 23" x 13" x 15" Black Insulated Nylon Food Delivery Bag / Pan Carrier
Avantco W50 12" x 20" Electric Countertop Food Warmer - 120V, 1200W
Choice 2.5 Liter Glass Lined Stainless Steel Airpot with Lever
Choice Economy 8 Qt. Full Size Stainless Steel Chafer
Choice Economy 4 Qt. Half Size Stainless Steel Chafer
Regal Fancy Basil Leaves - 2 lb.
Regal Minced Onion - 4 lb.
Regal Pumpkin Pie Spice - 16 oz.
Regal Ground Allspice - 8 oz.
Regal Ground Cinnamon - 8 oz.
Regal Ground Cloves - 8 oz.
Regal Ground Ginger - 8 oz.
Regal Ground Cinnamon - 5 lb.
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Types of Wine Glasses
Whether sweet or dry, white or red, robust or light, wine requires very specific serving procedures in order to reach its full flavor potential. In addition to proper serving temperatures, each type of wine requires a specific style of glass for service. Understanding the different types of wine glasses and what makes them ideal for one type of wine over another is essential to getting the most out of your wine collection.
Kegerators Buying Guide
Although they look like mini refrigerators, kegerators are much more specialized. Kegerators are used by a variety of businesses to chill and dispense draft beer. There are many different kinds of kegerators available in various sizes and styles, including both indoor and outdoor kegerators. This guide will inform you of the various types that are out there so you can make an informed choice when deciding on which one is right for you. For more information on setting up and maintaining kegerators, check out our Beer Dispenser Installation and Maintenance guide .
Different Types of Beer
With over 3,000 craft breweries in the United States, it’s safe to say that craft beer is bigger than ever. Whether your establishment already offers a dozen beers on tap or you’re thinking about adding a new beer service, brush up on your knowledge with our guide to the different types of beer. Learn everything about the beers you serve, from proper serving temperature and glassware to the best food and cheese pairings so you can please even the most knowledgeable connoisseur. Lager: Bottom Fermenting The yeast used in lager production is more fragile than what’s used to make ale, and settles at the bottom of the liquid vessel after fermentation. It needs to ferment more slowly and at cooler temperatures than the yeast that’s used in ale p
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