Clear Brew: Celebrating 10 Years In Business

Professionally maintaining beer lines since 2006 …

I’m always pleased to hear good news from our members and will highlight them via the Approved Franchise Association blog. This week, Cornwall based Clear Brew announce their 10th anniversary …



Clear Brew is an eco-led professional beer line cleaning company that has been operating from its Head Office in Cornwall for a decade. They operate throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

“They offer an alternative to regular in-house line cleaning and work with over 1,000 licenced establishments!”

They clean both keg and cask lines, providing a fully-managed service designed to maintain quality on a regular three weekly cycle.

Managing Director Stephen Trezona says, “We offer our services to the licensed trade and catering industry, including pubs, social clubs, sports clubs and hotels – in fact anywhere that has a traditional bar.

Using a specialised water-fed mixing unit, coupled with inhibitors, plus market-leading chemicals, the labour-inclusive service is carried out by their experienced technicians and managed through a nationwide network of highly motivated franchised owner/operators that care passionately about what they do and why they do it.

This service is guaranteed to save customers of Clear Brew money, reduce their waste and improve the quality of their draught products. In turn, it will also reduce their risk, maximise yields and add real value to their business.

“With over 35 franchisees throughout the country, Clear Brew has a tried and tested formula!”

Everyone at the AFA is thrilled to be working with such a successful and growing franchise, and we look forward to their continued success in the next ten years.

If you would like to know more about the Clear Brew franchise then do give them a call on 0800 781 0577 or click here to send the AFA an email enquiry and we’ll forward the message on to them.

Until next time …

CLAIRE ROBINSON

 

PS:

Visit Clear Brew’s website by clicking here.

 

PPS:

Why not visit www.theafa.org.uk and find out more?

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