13 November 2018

How NOT to change a keg!

man after changing keg in wrong way

Just because it’s simple, doesn’t stop countless people getting it wrong. If you’re getting a lot of fobbing particularly at barrel change, check that your team are using the correct procedure to change the kegs. A quick and fun way to get the point across is to watch our short video, starring the hapless Arnold Babcock, who has the unfortunate ability to get things wrong despite his best intentions.

Thanks to the team at The Kings Arms Coaching Inn, Swaffham for providing the location for the film – and for playing the main characters!

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