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If you're looking to outfit your bar or pub with high quality professional kitchen appliances, then you've come to the right place. Maxima offers a wide selection of commercial kitchen equipment that are perfect for any food and beverage service business. From fridges to fryers, dishwashers to ice machines, we have everything you need to keep your kitchen running smoothly.

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If you're looking to outfit your bar or pub with high quality professional kitchen appliances, then you've come to the right place. Maxima offers a wide selection of commercial kitchen equipment that are perfect for any food and beverage service business. From fridges to fryers, dishwashers to ice machines, we have everything you need to keep your kitchen running smoothly.

What appliances for bars and pubs does Maxima have to offer?

When it comes to equipping your bar or pub with the right appliances, there are a number of different kinds that can be very helpful. Every bar owner knows that the right tools for the job are crucial to keeping you up and running, serving all your guests as quickly as possible.

There are a few essential piece of equipment every bar should have to help make serving up refreshing drinks even easier. A few examples of this are:

  • For mixing drinks and serving cocktails: drinks mixer, glass freezer and ice maker
  • For juices and smoothies: catering blender, drinks dispenser and orange press
  • For tea and coffee: coffee grinder, coffee percolator, espresso machine, kettle and cup warmer

At Maxima, we also offer a range of compact and easy to use cooking appliance to complement your drinks offering with some delicious snacks and small bites. For example, things like French fries and other fried snacks are hugely popular so things like fryers and contact grills are useful to keep on hand.

What other appliances are available to help serve food?

Drinks often need to come with a snack, or even a small meal on the side. There are so many different directions you can go in when it comes to serving food in a bar or pub. Classic snacks that always do well include sandwiches, pastries and small appetizers. These are usually quite easy to make and do not require large investments in terms of expensive equipment. Toasters, sandwich makers, waffle makers and deep fryers come in all shapes and sizes to suit your needs.

You could also use your food options to help you stand out from your competitors, by serving something unique or creating a new twist on an old classic. For variation in your menu, it is useful to invest in something a little more professional but that can fit in more compact spaces. For example, you can easily cook a few meat or vegetable dishes with any of the appliances in our Cooking Range 600 series. Here you will find a wide range of professional cooking and grilling equipment.

Every bar and pub has its own unique needs when it comes to appliances. You can explore more of our offering by browsing the bar equipment category to find a bit of inspiration and the latest additions to our product range.

What should I consider when buying catering equipment for my bar?

When setting up any food or drinks business, it is important to take into account the amount of space you have available. Always look first at the essential appliances you will need to invest in and work out what kind of capacity you will need. How many cups of coffee per hour should you be able to brew? How many dirty dishes do you expect to have every hour and what type of catering dishwasher would you need to manage the load?

In addition, always pay attention to the practical use of an appliance: do you have enough space to open the door of a refrigerator or is it better to opt for a drinks fridge that has sliding doors instead? Do you have the counter space for a bunch of small appliances that can mix, puree and even crush ice, or could you use a single appliance that does all these jobs in one go, such as a catering blender ?

It’s also important to keep in mind that there are certain appliances you shouldn’t put next to each other. For example, it is better not to put cooling and freezing equipment in an environment that gets heated regularly, such as right next to an oven or in direct sunlight. Maxima advisors are ready to help you with these types of questions and help you make the best decision for your business.

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