At Barons Beverage Services we understand that every beer dispense system requires refrigeration – which is why we have our own commercial refrigeration team, specialising in the hospitality industry.
We know the perfect pour is more than just good beer – it’s good business. That’s why we’re dedicated to making sure that your staff understand what it takes to pour perfection.
At Barons Beverage Services, we have used four generations of family knowledge to come up with the design of our mobile bars.
Constructed entirely from stainless steel, our bars are designed to cater to the needs of the demanding hospitality industry.
Our services extend beyond perfectly poured draught beer to include a range of cocktail dispense systems and slushy machines.
Having a cocktail dispense system in a hospitality venue can offer several benefits, with the improved quality, consistency, and efficiency of drink service making it hard to top a tipple from the tap.
Almost everyone prefers draught beer over packaged beer. ‘But wait until you taste it on tap!’ is a phrase we commonly hear from many beer connoisseurs – and we couldn’t agree more.
In 2005, the beverage gas standard ‘Australian Standard AS5034’ was introduced. This standard outlines requirements for the use of inert gases for beverage dispensing, including all the hazards of compressed and refrigerated gases like carbon dioxide.
Barons can supply and install a CO2 gas monitoring system specifically designed to warn personnel of a carbon dioxide leak or to the depletion of oxygen (if the O2 option is chosen).
The CO2 gas monitoring system is installed within the cellar and has a remote indicator placed outside the room that emits an audible and visible alarm when toxic levels have been reached. CO2 gas monitoring systems are tailored for each individual location to ensure you are compliant with AS5034. Our monitors can have 7 additional sensors added to the system totalling 8 areas to one central unit.
Taking safety seriously? Ask us to connect your CO2 monitor into one of our remote monitoring systems so we will be notified whenever the levels start to rise.
In accordance with AS5034 each CO2 gas monitor is required to be calibrated every 6 months. Our highly skilled staff will discuss and inform you of your obligations and ongoing maintenance scheduling.