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Do you prefer carbonated or nitrogenated beers?
In this blog post, we take a look at how breweries use gases and why nitrogen monitoring in breweries is more essential than you initially might think… Brewers Journal reported at the start of October (2016) that there are now around 1,700 breweries in the UK… an 8% increase since 2015, and a 65% increase since 2010. Demand for craft … Continue reading
Ice cream in November? Why not?
We’re big fans of food and we’re big fans of gas here at Analox (sometimes, depending on what we’ve eaten, the two aren’t mutually exclusive…) Today, we’re looking at how nitrogen can be used in the food and beverage industry – from factories, to restaurants to pubs… If you’d like to know more about nitrogen in the food industry, check … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology returned to Manchester to visit Northern Restaurant and Bar, the largest hospitality exhibition in the North-West of England. The exhibition hosted 300 exhibitors and over 7,500 visitors, as well as live cookery demos by nationally acclaimed chefs. Last year we exhibited with one of our local distributors, but this year we went to ‘walk the floor’ and … Continue reading
The use of gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2)is widespread in the beverage industry. CO2 is used as a means of carbonating and delivering drinks in establishments such as pubs, hotels, restaurants and fast food courts. It is also created in significant quantities as a byproduct of the fermentation process in breweries, vineyards and wineries. N2 has … Continue reading
Craft Beer corner at BrauBeviale Source: Nürnberg Messe
Find out how Analox are spreading the word about effective gas monitoring in Germany as they attend hospitality exhibition BrauBeviale. Analox have racked up the air miles in 2016 through visiting exhibitions – from Stockholm to Shanghai, the team have visited a lot of new and exciting places. The Analox sales team will be saying “Guten Tag” to Nuremberg in … Continue reading
It’s a frequently used and terrifying statistic – 29 British pubs are closing a week, with the number of pubs falling to their lowest level in a decade. With this in mind, members of the public are taking steps to ensure that their local remains the heart of their community with the ‘Pub Is The Hub’ initiative. Pub is The … Continue reading
Contact us to find out more about our nitrogen/oxygen gas detection monitors, or sign up to our blog for twice-weekly updates about the gas industry. We’ve previously posted blogs about the confusion between carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) as these gases are regularly mixed up. However, we recently visited and exhibited at Northern Restaurant and Bar in Manchester, … Continue reading
Meet the team! Mel and Matt from Analox and Paul from Gas Monitoring Point.
Analox Sensor Technology kick-started the exhibition season with a trip to the North-West to attend Northern Restaurant and Bar 2016. Northern Restaurant and Bar took place on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 March at Manchester Central. It is the largest hospitality exhibition in the North-West of England and saw over 270 exhibitors and over 7000 visitors over the space of … Continue reading
Has progressive beer duty contributed to an increase in microbreweries and cask ales?
Forget fancy cocktails or a glass of prosecco, the most popular choice of drink in Britain is beer. And it’s no wonder, with more than 5,000 high quality beers to choose from. If you went into a pub and witnessed what people ordered, for every ten drinks, seven are likely to be beer, while the other three are usually wine, … Continue reading
What's on the menu at your favourite pub or restaurant?
If you live in America and visit chain restaurants on a regular basis, you may soon be surprised to find out how many liquid calories you are consuming with your meal. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have stated that chain restaurants in the US will have to provide nutritional information for the items they serve from 1 December 2016, and … Continue reading