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Glasses sparkle at the Manor – with no upfront cost

1 May 2018

Popular Cumbrian inn’s ‘exceptional’ Winterhalters on Pay Per Wash scheme The Manor is one of five pubs in the beautiful Cumbrian village of St Bees.  Despite the competition it’s very busy with nine bedrooms achieving 85% occupancy. Owner Alan Glass says that, while it’s a wet-led pub, “it’s also driven by food.”  It’s popular with walkers, tourists and business people and its lounge, bars and dining room can cater for up to 100 covers. The Manor dates back to 1649. ...

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Cleaning up the Kraft of beer selection in Nottingham

16 April 2018

Winterhalter helps Kraft Werks bring the best notes out of world’s best brews Affordable Pay Per Wash plan suits busy business When it comes to picking out a favourite beer in this day and age it’s difficult to say what pushes us towards the decision. Taste, of course, plus appearance, but also labelling and packaging play their part. Nottingham’s premier specialist beer establishment, Kraft Werks, has been mulling over the puzzle since it opened in April 2015.  To give its...

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Pay as you go at the Butchers Arms ensures sparkling glasses

22 January 2018

Winterhalter’s new warewasher payment model lets pub use state of the art equipment The Butchers Arms in the Suffolk market town of Beccles is a proper, old-school pub. 100% wet-led, it has a loyal core of regular customers. “Horrible people,” jokes landlord Ian Willis. “They deserve the best – they got me instead!” The clientele of the Butchers is mostly male, says Ian, young, middle-aged and older. “Despite this, we like to keep things clean and tidy.” With a selection...

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