Beer Tubes Beverage Tower Sales Top 100,000 Units

To start of the month of March, we are very excited to share our lastest news release. 100,000 Beer Tubes can hold a lot of beer. How much? If all the Beer Tubes we’ve sold were filled up only ONCE, it would equal over 10 million ounces of beer! A heartfelt thank you to all of our customers for getting us this far and we look forward to continue helping you sell more draft beer as we sell the next 100,000.

Beer Tubes Sales Top 100,000 Units Company’s table-top beverage dispenser driving profits for bars and restaurants

March 2013–Beer Tubes™ has announced that it recently reached over 100,000 units sold since the inception of the company in 2006. This caps off a strong sales year for the beverage dispenser company as restaurants, taverns and bars continue to actualize the promotional power and sales-driving ability of the Beer Tubes concept.

“Over the past seven years we’ve seen interest in Beer Tubes increase steadily as our bar and restaurant customers report increases in draft beer sales and a trend of more repeat customers,” said Beer Tubes president David Stein. “Reaching this milestone validates that the concept and our sales approach are working.”

A Beer Tube is available as either a 100-oz. or 128-oz. table-top beverage dispenser that is available with sports or customizable non-sports themed bases. Each tube is portable and has its own tap that allows customers to serve themselves at the table. Tubes are available with two styles of dispenser and more than 25 base designs, including patented sports bases and bases that can be custom decorated. All Beer Tubes have modular parts for low cost maintenance – the bases, taps and tubes are interchangeable with any design – and are naturally insulated to keep beverages cold longer utilizing Eastman Tritan™ copolyester thermoplastic that is without bisphenol-A (BPA free) and the highest quality material used in the market.

“We’ve always focused on educating our customers on the table-top dispenser concept so they buy into the program for long-term success,” said Jason Drum, Beer Tubes vice-president. “This isn’t a fad. It’s a trend. And based on their feedback and what we’ve seen over the years, it’s definitely working.”

With the 100-oz. or 128-oz. capacity, the Beer Tube has a higher “draft per sale” versus a 64-oz. pitcher. And with the strong margin associated with draft beer sales, the increased size of the dispenser results in a higher profit for bar and restaurant owners.

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