Not all emergencies are created equal. When there’s beer involved, it goes without saying that the stakes can’t get any higher.

Just west of Boardman Lake, on quiet and scenic 16th Street, there’s a rather curious building. A reinvigorated and remodeled warehouse that dates back well over fifty years. A large Quonset hut, both covered in art and tasteful branding. It’s the second home of Right Brain Brewery. The Traverse City brewery got started in a totally different warehouse on Traverse City’s west side. With a commitment to creative, curious beer and delicious food, Right Brain quickly outgrew the Warehouse District, and with the need of some elbow room came a need for some big changes.

Keen has been lucky to have played a part of RBB’s consistent growth over the years, including providing consultation and installation help as they moved to their home on 16th Street. Even after the move, we’ve been thrilled to stay involved by assisting with their growth. More room, more brewing capacity, and more complicated systems to handle it all have been a fun challenge, and we’re proud to help Right Brain prepare for the future sustainably and efficiently.

So when we heard that their coolers weren’t functioning correctly, we snapped to action. We love saving the world, and if that means saving beer, well, all the better. Even slightly temperature variations can affect the brewing process, so our timely and professional response kept everything running, cool, and delicious.  

We can’t wait to see where Right Brain Brewery ends up in another year, or another ten years for that matter. One thing is for sure, we’ll be ready to help in case of emergency, or to help liberate any beer that needs it.


We will provide products and services that are easy to operate and understand, resulting in guaranteed energy savings, lower life cycle costs, and reduced demand on our nation’s energy resources.



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