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Tanktemp hat giveaway, deals & financing...

Posted by Tim Davis on Jun 29, 2020 11:23:33 AM

Tanktemp SWAG TIME!

It's time for Tanktemp to get some new SWAG and it is time to vote again!

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Topics: Marketing

A toast to Chiller Maintenance and summer heat

Posted by Tim Davis on Jun 22, 2020 2:27:34 PM

We keep things cool...

For 2020 we are expanding our BLOG. Sign up for the latest inside track and how to keep your brewery, distillery, and wineries running smoothly.


The must-read posts for 2020...so far

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Topics: Newsletter

Work to do something better everyday

Posted by Tim Davis on May 22, 2020 4:32:12 PM
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Opening up and getting back to it

Posted by Tim Davis on May 1, 2020 10:39:09 AM

We are all feeling the economic impacts from COVID-19. Tanktemp has over 3,000 active clients, and if you are reading this you are one of the 18,000+ that signed up for our newsletter. If you know someone who should be reading our stuff forward this on.

Everyday we work with folks just like you and solve problems you all face. We listen to what is happening with your businesses, and a lot of you are friends we hang out with outside of work. These newsletters are responses to the most asked questions we get every month.

We hear you, and we understand you.

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Operating your brewery or winery during COVID-19

Posted by Tim Davis on Apr 16, 2020 1:31:15 PM
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What kind of world do you want to live in?

Posted by Tim Davis on Mar 27, 2020 10:01:35 AM

We're here

We are extremely proud of the brewery, winery and distillery industry and the impact we all have to the world. 

Tanktemp is committed to supporting the brewery and winery industry. We are staying open to make sure you can stay open.

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How the Safest Possible Appointment Can Happen

Posted by Tim Davis on Mar 19, 2020 3:41:27 PM

Times are changing fast and we are all operating in a different mode than just a week ago. 

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What I Wish I’d Known Before Starting a Brewery, Winery or Distillery

Posted by Tim Davis on Mar 19, 2020 3:35:13 PM

I chat with countless breweries, wineries and distilleries to see how the coronavirus is affecting them, and what we can do to help. I started working on this piece before the virus rocked the industry, and now is a great time to discuss it. This is by no means complete, but what is in this industry? So read, comment and reflect on. This article will grow, so check from time to time to see what else I’ve added.

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We are all in this together. How can we help?

Posted by Tim Davis on Mar 17, 2020 4:38:40 PM


The current events are impacting everyone. People first is always a good policy. The brewery, winery, and distillery communities have always banded together through fire, storms, good times, and hard times. As we always do, we will find a way to overcome the current events together. We are all in this together, and for 48 years we have been your partner and advocate as you navigate all your challenges, so if you need something, ask, we are here. 

All across the country, cities and states are ordering breweries, distilleries, and wineries to close to the public due to Coronavirus cases; though in some places you will be allowed to produce carryout and delivery orders. More states are likely to institute similar orders this week.

How are you coping with this? What are your contingency plans and how can the community support you? We are doing, and will do, everything we can to support you all. Post ideas and suggestions on our social media pages.  

Obviously on-premise sales are down, however off-premise sales are way up. 

We are on the phones all day. every day with as many of you as we can be and this is what we are hearing. This article is mirroring most of the conversations we are having with you all. 

Covid-19: How is it affecting the beer industry? 

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Go beyond the tasting. Share the dream.

Posted by Tim Davis on Feb 20, 2020 1:30:00 AM

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Topics: Newsletter