How To Setup a Jockey Box & Tap a Keg

By The Portable Bar CompanyJuly 21, 2017

 On the back of the housing, fasten 5/16″ drain hose to drain faucet using a flat-head screwdriver and stainless steel hose clamp.  On the back of the housing, fasten 5/16″ vinyl beer line to the 5/16″ stainless steel tailpiece. Do not overtighten.  Fasten 5/16″ jumper line with hardware to the threaded bottom of the coupler. […]

Oktoberfest is here! Time to Drink Some Craft Beer

By The Portable Bar CompanyOctober 7, 2016

It’s finally here! Well….technically Oktoberfest actually starts in September but we are coming up on the official anniversary date marking the 206th Oktoberfest. The first Oktoberfest was held on October 12th, 1810 in Munich Germany to celebrate the wedding of  Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese. Today, the Oktoberfest in Munich is the largest festival in the […]

Craft Beer Marketing

Craft Beer – The Guide to Beer Festival Marketing

By The Portable Bar CompanyAugust 17, 2016

The craft beer movement is continuing to grow at a breakneck pace. According to The Brewers Association, this is almost certainly the first time the United States has crossed the 4,000 brewery barrier since the 1870s. The rate at which new breweries are opening is only accelerating with even more predicted to open their doors […]

The Ultimate Guide to Craft Beer Social Media Marketing

By The Portable Bar CompanySeptember 10, 2013

As a craft brewer, one of the biggest challenges you face is getting the word out and marketing your brewery. You probably realize that one of the main things holding back your brewery is getting more exposure for your beer. That’s tough though when you’re already busy brewing, running the business and managing your brewpub […]

The Four Essentials to Effective Craft Beer Marketing

By The Portable Bar CompanyJuly 7, 2013

As a craft brewer, marketing is one of your biggest challenges. I’m betting that, like almost all craft brewers, you didn’t get into this business because you were passionate about marketing. You got into this business because you’re passionate about brewing the best beer on Earth. (Good news though, this is step 1 to any […]