Wine & Drinks

How To Care For An Alcohol Dispenser

Alcohol dispensers can be very expensive. Advanced and electric models can cost thousands of dollars, so it is important to maintain the quality and functionality of the dispenser. Even the cheapest dispensers are used for the same purpose as the fryers, so they must be properly maintained.

Refrigerated alcohol dispensers that must be plugged into work and generally found in restaurants should be cleaned constantly. This type of dispenser is recommended to clean every 4-6 weeks with a simple bleach solution.

This cleaning method can be used for other types of alcohol dispenser. Simply mix a tablespoon of chlorine with a gallon of water you use. To protect the skin, wash the dispenser with bleach with rubber gloves and a sponge or wipe. Leave for 5 minutes, then rinse the dispenser 4 times with hot or tap water to remove surface bleach. Make sure there is no bleach residue in the dispenser, as it can be toxic when mixed with drinks.

Don’t forget to clean the valve and the tap too. If you cannot reach the hard part, use a stick wrapped in a toothbrush or thin cloth.

Insulated and non-insulated alcohol dispensers are easier to clean than refrigerated alcohol dispensers because they have no electrical or mechanical parts. Some models may use a dishwasher, but if you want the dispenser to clean thoroughly, do it yourself.

Certain parts of the electric alcohol dispenser cannot be moistened, so clean them with a soft, clean cloth. You must unplug the dispenser to avoid accidental electric shock. If you do not know what a part or part is or how to reassemble it, do not disassemble the part or part.

In case of damage to the chilled alcohol dispenser, consult a specialist. If you can’t fix it, buy a new dispenser relieves difficulties in the treatment of mixed drinks and other technical problems.

When using the dispenser during a party, store it in a safe place. Do not feel uncomfortable at the edge of the table, which can fall on children or the elderly. Everyone should be able to access it, but not move too much to avoid accidents.

Do not crush or scratch the alcohol dispenser too much. Plastic or other soft material dispensers will inevitably show signs of wear, but it is always a good idea to protect the surface where the dispenser can be used.

As with all other kitchen appliances and accessories, alcohol dispensers should also be careful. In general, dealing with food and beverage services should be hygienic and safe.

There is a dispenser designed to keep the drink at a certain temperature. This is possible due to the materials used in the production process. They are isolated dispensers. Polyurethane or polycarbonate used to make coffee makers, help keep beverages isolated. Also, the material is free of rust and without dents. Then you can find electronic or non-insulated alcohol dispensers. It is cheaper than the electric style. The advantage over isolation is that you can take it anywhere. The machine is not too heavy.