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What are the pros and cons of different types of draft systems? What kind of cooler do I need?

I own a natural foods meat market that does a lot of craft beers. We are looking to install a 3 or 4 tap draft beer system to complement this.
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The best way to go would be a commercial kegerator with a four faucet tower.  Click on the link below:

http://www.beveragefactory.com/draftbeer/kegerators/commercial/kegco-xck-1b-4-four-faucet-beer-dispenser.html
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For a 4 Tap system its easiest and probably most cost effective to have a kegerator type system (cooler with a 4 tap beer tower on the top, dierctv draw system) if you have the space in your bar for the cooler.  Other option is to have cooler or walk-in cooler remotely (usually in the basement of the restaurant) and run lines to a beer tower installed on the counter. It will need to be chilled with glycol and beer and glycol pumped to the tower. It need a bit more upfront cost and more maintenance. Its good for larger systems or if you do not have space for a cooler (about 48 - 58 " wide by 24" deep). Let us know if you are looking for a system.

Chillpassion.com
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https://www.perlick.com/bar-beverage-equipment/beverage-dispensing/century-remote-beverage-dispensing-system/
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There are primarily two ways to go.  The first would be to get a draft beer cooler with towers on top.  You can usually get these in sizes from 1 keg up to 5 keg (referring to 1/2 barrel sizes).   Additionally, if you have an existing walk in cooler you can have beer lines run from your cooler to a set of taps outside somewhere.  The most important piece would depend on the amount of space you have available.
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