DetailsFits nearly all North American ("D" system) beer kegs. Twist style tap with built in pressure relief valve. As pictured, includes a hex nut and 5/16" barb tailpiece for your gas tubing, but does not include any liquid out fittings due to the fact that people have different size liquid tubing needs.
Note: You will also need to order a hex nut and either 1/4" or 3/16" tail piece fitting depending on what size liquid tubing you currently use.
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4.9 / 5.08 ReviewsExcellentVery nice unit. Don't forget to order a "tail piece", "nut" and "washer". If you search this site for "tail piece" it should show you the other two things that you need in the search results.October 30, 2014Must haveWorks for many many different brands of beers. Easy to attach lines - don't forget a washer - and easy to attach to keg. Cleaning is simple. Quality is good too.April 3, 2014Happy to own this tapIf you like commercial beer as well as your own home brew, this is a good tap to own. Its well made and will stand the test of time.February 28, 2014Good tapIt works for all US beers I've tried. I've tried many quarter kegs and it fits them all._x000D_It's pretty solid and worth the investment.December 26, 2013SolidGood for Pony Kegs. It works great on Coors light kegs, and I'm still pumping 16 kegs later. I would buy it again.October 14, 2013Great TAPThis Tap works great for most US beers.September 3, 2013For use with commercial US kegsI keep this style sanke tap and the low profile sanke tap as well for my home draft system. I use this tap whenever I am using a 1/4 barrel in the kegerator or when I am serving out of my jockey box at picnics or parties. My kegerator doesn't have enough inside height to fit this style of tap on a 1/2 barrel or pony keg, so I use the low profile in that case. I attached tubing "pigtails" on both the inlet & outlet sides of my taps with beer thread fittings at each end so that my draft system is interchangeable with my corny kegs.January 23, 2013Tap with C02 pressureNew to kegging. Very solid piece of equipment. I use with C02 tank to pressurize. Being the beginner that I am i originaly hooked it up with the c02 in line coming in from the top and the line out to the dispensing tap coming out of this Sanke on the 45 degree angle. Turnes out this is backwards. When i switched c02 in line to the 45 degree angled side of this tap and the beer out line coming straight out of the top it worked perfectly.June 27, 2012
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