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BeerGun Stainless Bottle Filler

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BeerGun Stainless Bottle Filler

SKU: K216

Fill bottles from your keg the easy way! This handy bottle filler makes it a cinch to fill bottles from your draft system, to take to a friend's or family event. Easy, one-handed operation let's you simply pull the trigger to fill bottles right off of your keg with low foam. Stainless steel design ensures no metallic flavors.
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Fill bottles from your keg the easy way! This handy bottle filler makes it a cinch to fill bottles from your draft system, to take to a friend's or family event. Easy, one-handed operation let's you simply pull the trigger to fill bottles right off of your keg with low foam. Stainless steel design ensures no metallic flavors.

  • Purges a beer bottle with CO2, then gently transfers the beer to the bottle with a minimum of foaming
  • All-stainless steel construction
  • Simple to operate and easy to clean
  • Includes 10 feet of 3/16" ID tubing, and a brush fitted to clean the inside of the tubing
  • Note: BeerGun connection kit and a split gas line is required for use. See our gas splitter section for options on splitting the line.


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4.7 / 5.0
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Love this thing
Follow the instructions and you can fill a case without loosing a drop of beer (ok, maybe a couple, but you get the idea). The low Co2 pressure is the trick to low to no foaming (vs using counter pressure). Crazy simple one handed controls makes filling and capping a breeze. I've been using it for years and am delighted with it.
August 29, 2011
Nothing else like it
If you are brewing 5gals, using a bottling bucket and cane - no, you do not need this. This tool is specifically designed for those who keg, but then want to bottle carbonated brew from keg to growler/bottle as needed. Also, to the last review above - the low ratings are not fair if you were expecting a counter-pressure filler. It is not. But, it does exactly what it says it does, and once you get accustomed to set-up and tear-apart, it is a snap to use, and transfers brews without loss of carbonation and extremely minimal loss of liquid (what's in the hose). You *must* follow instructions - and I *would* recommend getting th e kit if you do not have the excess of parts to put it together yourself. Me, I'm transitioning into nano-brewery, so I have a lot of brass/stainless plumbing, and realized after the fact that I did not need the kit - but I'd imagine most people are not in my position. The above comment about the hose length is spot on... the length is designed specifically to minimize foaming. It also helps to pre-chill bottles, though I found that this is the most forgiving aspect - in a pinch I can use room-temp bottles and see negligible foaming. DO pre-chill brew to at least 40 degrees, DO NOT "feather" trigger (same as with a tap), and DO enjoy! As to cost... if you're complaining about cost, you don't know Blichmann. They use highest quality fabrication for flawless performance. Even if there were other brands on the market, none would perform like Blichmann. Sure, you can "gerrry-rig" a filler set-up, but it won't be the same.
June 6, 2012
Easy to use
You can use it one handed, and I like the CO2 bottle purge feature. If you follow the instructions you wont lose more than a few drops of beer._x000D_
October 28, 2012
Great for filling bottles from the keg
I brewed my first batch and was discouraged by having under-carbed bottles. So I went straight to kegging from there. I'll never go back to bottling. That being said, my wife wanted to give some of our holiday brew to her coworkers. This only works by giving bottles, so I bought the beer gun. Make sure to check out the accessory kit, since this is not ready to play out of the box. I suppose they do this because they don't know the style of keg you have._x000D__x000D_Filling the bottles was a breeze. Cleaning/sanitizing (minus the liquid line) was easy. Set up was a bit challenging. _x000D__x000D_All-in-all, this was a good purchase. It's a bit pricy, but at least you know your bottles will be carbed properly!
December 11, 2012
Can be used one handed
Until you get the hang of it, it can be tricky to use._x000D_It can be used one handed. The ability to purge CO2 is also useful. It would be even better with use some sort of one way valve on the fluid side.
January 5, 2013
Super Easy
Super easy way to bottle as much or as little as you want from your keg. Just make sure your PSI is set around 5-6.
January 14, 2013
Very Good
Easy to use once you get the hang of it, and you lose just a few drops of beer. Keep the pressure low when using it and you will avoid a mess._x000D_This has a few nice features -_x000D_- its got the ability to purge CO2_x000D_- it can be used one handed_x000D_- little loss of beer_x000D_
January 19, 2013
Easy to bottle from a keg
Worked great to fill bottles from the keg, the tubing seems a little long to reduce foaming and once I turned down the pressure I didn't have any foaming issues. All the hardware is nice and robust.
January 22, 2013
Great Piece of Equipment
Great Time saver, easy to operate 1 handed, easy to disassemble and clean, and easy to re-assemble. The CO2 connections are designed to fit loosely with a very small amount of leakage, this is not a design flaw as some folks seem to think. If you're looking for a bottle filler, this is the one.
January 23, 2013
Lets you bottle from a keg
If you read and follow the instructions you can fill a case without loosing more than a few drops of beer. It's straightforward to use, just keep the CO2 pressure low to cut down on the foaming._x000D_Its also easy to clean. I wish I bought it a year ago.
February 1, 2013
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What's the length of the beergun? from the trigger to the bottom?
Y O on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The length from the brass CO2 purge trigger is 13" and the length of the tube from the liquid trigger is 11 3/4". I hope that this helps!

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