At the 'Humbser und Freunde' brewery restaurant in Fürth in Bavaria, Viessmann cold rooms are setting the right temperature.
Owners Fabian Faßmann and Ralph Weiß want to revive the local brewing tradition of the Franconian region to its former glory.
The old Humbser brewhouse, which has been renovated into a modern restaurant, is one of the world’s surviving Art Nouveau style breweries.
Also, the restaurant’s menu reflects the affection the two men have for the region of Franconia. The menu includes traditional regional specialities, ten different kinds of bottled beer and a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant's beverage cold room delivers fresh beer directly to the restaurant area.
Two cold room complexes from Viessmann ensure the optimum refrigeration of food and beverages.
The kitchen staff primarily uses the built-in deep freezer room for storing ice cream and chips.
The beer at 'Humbser und Freunde' is stored centrally, one floor below, in the cellar in a TectoCell Standard Plus 80 cold room from Viessmann.
The cold room is used for storing the restaurant’s barrels and crates of beverages. The various draught beers are connected directly to the taps in the restaurant along lines, all perfectly cooled to 5.3 degrees Celsius - the perfect temperature for beer.
Fabian Faßmann commented, "The refrigeration of food and beer works outstandingly well in practice. This is exactly how we imagined it to be."
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