For the month of June 2018, we’re recognizing Coastal Craft Kombucha from Oceanside, NY.
Coastal Craft Kombucha, founded in 2015, started as a small home brewing operation in Long Island. Later, they were able to grow their business to a commercial production area and brewery in Oceanside, NY. Their love for kombucha comes from the desire to stay fit and active and eat as healthy as possible, but also enjoy as much flavor that life has to offer at the same time. At Coastal Craft Kombucha they use ALL organic teas, herbs, spices, and flowers to make their authentic kombucha and add just the right amount of fresh pressed juice for an amazing end result.
What is Kombucha?
Kombucha is a fermented tea traditionally made from Water, Tea, Sugar, and a Scoby, which is a culture of healthy bacteria and yeast. Kombucha is naturally carbonated, and like beer, a kombucha taproom needs CO2 to offer a perfect fizz with every pour.
Tri-State Carbonation Service recently teamed up with Coastal Craft kombucha to offer them a new 550 lb. tank of bulk CO2 for their taproom.
Coast Craft Kombucha posted on their Instagram:
“A big thank you to Tri-State Carbonation Service for our install of a new 550 lb. tank that’s going to make it a lot easier to bring everyone even more Downright Delicious kombucha! Very friendly and professional staff and would recommend them to anyone looking for bulk co2 in a heartbeat!”
More about Tri-State Carbonation Service –
Tri-State Carbonation Service, a division of Combined Energy Services in Monticello NY, offers complete, quality-driven carbonation solutions for the restaurant and beverage-dispensing industries supplying & servicing compressed gas customers for over 35 years. Tri-State Carbonation Service’s Bulk CO2 Systems provide a hassle-free affordable alternative to changing high-pressure cylinder tanks fo r fountain soda and draft beer. We currently service customers in parts of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
Click here to visit our site or call 866-Soda-Gas.
Think your Waste Water facility is too small to consider using CO2 instead of acid?
For many years, strong acids were used to control pH levels in water treatment facilities, most commonly, sulfuric acid. Acid products do the job, but have many potential problem: acids are difficult to control and are potentially dangerous to store and handle.
Corrosive acid requires special materials for equipment and piping. Maintenance of systems demands frequent component repairs and replacement. Carbon dioxide (CO2), on the other hand, is safe to handle, easy to apply, efficient, and ecologically safe. When pH control is critical to your process or effluent quality, you can trust the CO2.
Advantages: There are a number of benefits that result from the use of carbon dioxide to control pH. The proposed system to adjust and control pH using carbon dioxide will reduce costs, reduce safety hazards, eliminate corrosion, improve pH control, and minimize maintenance.
Tri-State Carbonation will install a system for your application to adjust and control wastewater pH. Carbon dioxide will be injected in a manner that will provide good gas/liquid mixing for efficient dissolution and sufficient residence time for the hydrolysis of the carbon dioxide. Appropriate instrumentation and controls on the CO2 system will ensure the desired pH level control.
Contact the Tri-State Carbonation Service Engineer Team to determine if carbon dioxide is best for your pH control application.
June 5, 2018 – We can’t imagine we’d have a booth at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo if you would have asked us a couple years ago, but here’s Joe & Steve of our Tri-State Carbonation Service division at our booth inside the Javits Center in Manhattan this week.
Our bulk CO2 delivery division primarily delivers for beverage carbonation in restaurants, bars & microbreweries – but we also deliver CO2 to marijuana grow facilities since plants like a bit more CO2 in the air during photosynthesis to grow faster & fuller. Thank you to the TCS team for representing us at one of the largest business-to-business trade show events for the cannabis industry!
Learn more about our bulk CO2 side use in grow houses. You can also call us at 866-Soda-Gas.
Looking for a new business opportunity for your restaurant or beverage service? Have you thought about serving a beverage that appeals to the younger generation? How about adding Nitro Coffee to your mix. Like thick heady beer (think Guinness), nitrogenated coffee is available “on-tap” and specially designed cans. The nitrogen infused cold brew is released through a pressurized draft system that creates tiny bubbles for a creamy effect.
Much like typical cold brew, nitrogen infused coffee is extremely smooth and low in acidity, but it has a uniquely silky mouthfeel. This is because nitrogen gas doesn’t dissolve in liquids as well as carbon dioxide, so the bubbles in a nitrogen infused beverage are much smaller. This gives nitro drinks a foamy rather than bubbly effect.
Most fans of the nitro-brew consume it black, either straight up or poured over ice, relying on the natural creaminess of the product rather than the addition of dairy.
Many shops market and sell nitrogenated coffee using its appearance. As it’s pulled from a tap, it produces a coffee cascade of careening bubbles that is undeniably beautiful. The cascade effect, which is also apparent in nitro beers, arises because the nitrogen bubbles are so tiny that they are easily pushed around the glass by the flowing liquid.
Coffee? Health benefits??
It’s true! According to the Wall Street Journal, younger consumers say they view cold coffee as a healthier alternative to energy drinks and soda. Businesses – take notice! The energy drink worldwide market is expected to grow substantially hitting over $70 billion according to PRNewswire (10/17/2018).
The real benefit is natural flavor instead of additives like sugar and artificial sweeteners found in other drinks. While it’s not unusual to see someone put a ton of sugar into a traditional coffee, you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone add sugar to a nitro cold brew. That’s because the nitro foam hits the tongue in spots that give the perception of sweetness without the need for sugar or dairy creamers.
Added benefit – no acid reflux? Cold brews are very low in acid, benefitting coffee drinkers who tend to get heartburn or have sensitive stomachs.
So if you are ready to add a new beverage to your line up that appeals generationally, contact us for more information. We’ll help you get set up with the nitrogen gas that you need.
Welcome to the new Tri-State Carbonation Service website. Stay tuned for additional information on products and services.