Hardwired with industry standard networking technology, our systems allow for remote updates and hassle-free plug and play set-up. A single Power Over Ethernet (POE) cable connects and powers each tap, eliminating messy wiring and unnecessary holes in your cooler.
Flexibility is in our DNA and our system is designed to be easily modified to suit your business’ needs. Save wall space with multiple taps per screen (we can even do 5+) or minimize wait time with separate screens for each tap. We’re here to help you choose.
We go beyond simply measuring the number of ounces flowing for each pour. Our systems track not only your inventory (exactly how much product is in each keg), but also offer powerful reporting and insights on your customer base.
We chose iPourIt because the sales team was absolutely fantastic to work with and they do a lot more for us than just the beer technology. iPourIt offered guidance on design mockups, the installation process, project management, and marketing, to name a few. We reached out to four to five companies before choosing iPourIt.Brady Gaschler – Co-Owner of The Drop
A majority of customers are mesmerized by the concept and how it functions. People enjoy the freedom to get a beer whenever they want, rather than having to wait for a server or bartender. They also really like being able to try just a little bit of many beers, rather than being stuck with a full pint.Luca Genasci – Owner of AleWorx
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)
The RFID technology helps to reduce waste and theft and helps my bar stand apart from the conventional. The technology gives my employees more time to speak with customers about our diverse beer selection and food pairings as they’re not having to pour each beer for each customers. The benefits include uniqueness, efficiency and a sense of novelty that customers really enjoy.Dave Pike – Owner of Barrel Republic
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