You don’t usually associate a 1954 Airstream Safari trailer with a bar. However, Langshot Bars, set up by Kingston-based couple Peter and Sam Milne, have created a mobile pop-up bar following the renovation of a quirky vintage Airstream; and it’s proving to be a huge success so far.
Brewfitt has worked with Langshot Bars to deliver a complete future of dispense system. With space being at a premium the compact FOD system was the perfect solution for this innovative approach to mobile draught dispense.
Future of Dispense is an advanced dispense system which delivers maximum efficiency in a minimum space. It guarantees brand quality at optimum temperatures, aswell as providing huge savings in wastage and energy, guaranteeing a better customer experience and retaining customer and brand loyalty for the brewer or pub operator.
The unique cellar management system can save the average pub and restaurant thousands of pounds per year. No link lines, standard coils, PODS or shelf coolers are required with Future of Dispense which means less beer is wasted as it is cooled at the point of dispense, delivering the perfect pint every time.
As well as installing FOD, Brewfitt supplied four single tubes, four tubular towers and the dispense board, providing Langshot bars with a full, reliable and quality dispense system.
Langshot recently ran their first event in the mobile bar for the HSBC National Schools Rugby Sevens Tournament, which was held at Rosslyn Park in Roehampton over five days. Their intention is to go national, but a local first event allowed the family run firm to iron out a few creases. They broke two coffee machines and their Land Rover Defender broke down on them! But the FOD system ran smoothly and every barrel of beer was sold.
The Brewfitt team would like to wish Peter and Sam every success with their new venture, Langshot Bars.