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OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS
Is there any better way to wrap up the end of another year than with great food, cold beer, and cheese by the platterful? Read our recap of the Toast to the Coast outdoor event - a celebration of Local Flavours and Sounds - hosted by The Coastal Quarter last year.
There’s nothing better than a cold beverage or treat at a hot festival, but with limited access to power, space, and storage, keeping things cold at an outdoor event is easier said than done. This is where mobile cold rooms come in handy. They are great at keeping your food and drinks fresh and cool, even in an outdoor space.
You know you need to hire a cold room for your event, but have no idea where to start? Depending on what you are using your cold room for, there are a few things to keep in mind when hiring one. We’ll take you through each step so that you can feel confident that you’re getting exactly what you need when you hire a cold room.
Weddings don’t always have to be the traditional (read: expensive) affairs, these days more and more couples are looking to have more personalised and intimate events. If you’re wanting something small and intimate that doesn’t cost the earth, have you considered a self-catered outdoor wedding? Here are a few tips to get the ideas flowing!
Renting a cold room is a massive investment for any business, and it is often an essential one. But the return on your investment can be just as big, with your cold room working hard for you, often 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But are you giving your cold room a little TLC along the way? Here are some tips for caring for your cold room so that it is working optimally for your business.
Cold rooms play a really big role in businesses in the food service and hospitality industries because they are designed to provide temperature regulation and keep produce from spoiling — something that is really important to supermarkets, caterers and restaurants, obviously. But there are a few other business types and industries that find cold rooms massively beneficial to their business.
Over 50,000 people flocked to the seventh Ocean Street World Festival on Easter Sunday to embrace the incredible sights, sounds and tastes of Australia’s largest free cultural event, and once again we made sure we were part of this amazing festival. Kleer Cold Room Hire and Kleer Ice Supplies have provided cold storage solutions to the festival itself since it began in 2011, and we love returning year after year.
It’s almost that time of year again - Bluesfest time! The Byron Bay Bluesfest is Australia’s premier contemporary Blues & Roots music festival, and we have been proud partners of the Bluesfest since the year it started, providing mobile cold room hire services for the stallholders, beer gardens, bars and food courts each year. We love everything the Festival is and does, but here are our top 5 reasons why we support this amazing music festival year after year.
Facing a period of increased demand at your restaurant can seem like a blessing - until you discover what a management nightmare it can be. Thankfully, from holidays like Christmas and Valentine's Day to local events like sports games and festivals, it's possible to take advantage of your busy periods without stress if you plan ahead. Here are three tips that'll help you cope with the next diner boom at your restaurant.
Throwing any sort of big bash means making sure all of your guests are well catered for, with plenty of food to keep everyone going no matter what their dietary requirements. But arguably, more important than the snacks are the drinks. These are our top tips to ensure no one goes thirsty at your party!