The Right Dispense Gas for Your Cellar with The CO2 Gas Company
Put the fizz behind your bar with high-quality dispense gas from the drinks’ industry specialists. When it comes to dispense gas suppliers in London and the South East there are few companies as recommended as The CO2 Gas Company. For more than two decades, we have been providing the leading pub and restaurant groups, as well as big-name venues, with professional dispense gas solutions.
Dispense gas comes in a range of products:
- For your postmix drinks, such as Coca-Cola or Tonic Water, as well as highly carbonated lagers and ciders, you’ll need 100% food-grade CO2 gas, which we supply in cylinder sizes to suit your requirements.
- For your lagers and stouts, we recommend our mixed gas, which – a mixture of carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2) in 60/40 and 70/30 ratios. All our cylinders are regularly maintained to British industry standards.
Our cylinders are filled at our own state-of-the-art plant in Harlow, just outside London. To ensure value for our customers, we introduced ‘no rental on cylinders’ policy – a strategy that has made us the number one CO2 gas supplier in London. We are also an official BFBi-accredited supplier, which means your cellar gas supply is in safe hands.
No matter how big or small your business is, we can offer quality gas cylinders at affordable prices. For a cost-effective dispense gas solution, look no further.
Additional gas products
We supply and install a range of gas regulators for maintaining carbonation and pressure in the dispense of draft beer and postmix drinks. As part of our service, our team of technicians will survey your cellar and advise on the best solutions.
CO2 blenders are regulated to industry standards of 30% and 60%. Our compact wall mounted panels can easily be installed in the pub cellar creating ideal beer dispensing conditions.
- Further benefits include:
Fewer gas cylinders are needed, freeing up cellar space.
- Accurate gas mixture ensures an excellent beer quality
Simple and easy training for staff.
- Reduced handling saves time and improves safety.