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The Beer Authority, one of New York City's leading craft beer bars, cleans over 100 beer lines with the Linemaster System ensuring an authentic taste!

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In the Media

July 29, 2015

Houston, we have a problem!

Houston, we have a problem! Bad-tasting Bacteria Found in Beers at Houston Bars Houston’s KPRC News recently investigated bacteria counts in draft beers served in pubs […]
July 15, 2015

The Purest Pint From Home!

You wouldn’t think a well known commercial beer could be inconsistent in quality or a craft beer poor in taste. But that’s where you’d be wrong […]
August 10, 2013
Glanola North America Automated Beverage Line Cleaning System

Tapping Into the US Market

Many beer drinkers have experienced the disappointment that comes from ordering a pint of a craft-brewed IPA or seasonal draft only to discover it tastes like […]
July 8, 2013
Glanola North America Automated Beverage Line Cleaning System

Cleaner beer making its way to Port

A new technology that will enable bars to serve cleaner, fresher and higher quality draft beer is being rolled out in the U.S. market, and Newburyport […]

From Brewers to Publicans Praise Pours In!

As a producer of premium craft beers, we recommend the GNA line cleaning system to all of the bars that serve our product. A clean line ensures that our beer is served to the same standard it was brewed.
~ Chris Webb - Co Founder, Newburyport Brewing Company

Our draft beer looks better, tastes fresher and our beer cost has decreased. I'm so happy we are cleaning the GNA way."
~ Steve Slesar - Owner, Noon Hill Grill

The Linemaster System offered us the opportunity to eliminate waste when cleaning and the ability to clean the beer lines whenever the keg emptied. The system is very easy to operate. As a multi venue operator it is a great benefit to receive an email when a line is cleaned which guarantees me that the task is being performed as promised by my management team."
~ Mark Fox - Owner, Banc Cafe, The White Oak Tavern, Street Taco and The Rag Trader