• When we started the process of opening Brewport, people thought we were crazy. We have come to see such a great response to this self-pour idea... People from 21 to 81 are embracing it. We cannot wait to share this concept in other cities and introduce it to other people.
    Gina Traber – Certified Cicerone and Partner of Brewport Tap House
  • Our average pour is only five ounces. People are really utilizing the function of tasting a bunch of different beers that they want. The biggest feedback that we’ve gotten is that people really enjoy being in charge of how much or little they want to taste. People have the ability to taste a bunch of different flavors and styles, that they normally wouldn’t when they go out. At a regular bar they’d have to get a whole beer or a half of a beer, or they’d have to bother the bartender for a taste here or there.
    Mark Slattery – Owner & General Manager of First Draft (Denver, Colorado)
  • iPourIt gets people trying a lot, talking a lot, and interacting with each other.

    Joe Seidensticker – Owner of Oak & Stone (St. Petersburg, FL)
  • We started with iPourIt because it helps us monitor keg levels extremely well, so it saves on waste. It has also been a draw due to having the first one in St. Louis. Most of our traffic is credited to offering self-pour, and we have very high alcohol sales because of it.
    Lindsay Reel – Co-Owner of Tapped
  • When we compared iPourIt to other systems, it was the only solution that could handle the volume and custom development work required for the concept we wanted to NATIV. The unique integration we created with the help from iPourIt and Squirell allows us to provide guests with a flawless experience. We couldn’t be happier.
    Jordyn Hollander – Head of Technology and Brand Management of NATIV Hotel & Pourtions Self-serve Beer Garden (Denver, Colorado)

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