DetailsIntroducing Draft Brewer®, the first complete taproom in a box. Quick setup, minimal maintenance, and more time than ever to enjoy your craft.
The Draft Brewer® Flex System is ready out-of-the-box to get your taproom up and running. Start serving and sharing two brews within just days of receiving your new system.
Fully-assembled Draft Brewer® tap lines snap right on your keg. Enjoy your brew sooner and carbonate two kegs with a CO2 tank (not included) in 1-2 days instead of 2-4 weeks.
With the Flex System you can separately control the serving pressure of each keg! Have more than just variety on tap—serve each variety at the perfect carbonation levels, even if they’re different.
Flexible control means you don’t have to serve from both kegs or carbonate both kegs at the same time. You can carbonate a second keg while continuing to serve from the first!
The Flex System's double-body regulator gives you more control and flexibility than any other kegging system. Adjust the carbonation in real-time and guarantee perfect pours, even if your brews require different serving pressure. The ultra-durable CO2PO® Double Body CO2 Regulator makes carbonation easier than ever. Hand-adjustable pressure knobs are twist-and-go. High-contrast gauges give you pressure information in a quick glance.
Best of all, it takes just a swish of sanitizer to prep your Draft Brewer® kegs for the next batch. Don’t just share your homebrew, share a lineup of it! Keep variety on tap with the dual-keg Draft Brewer® Flex System. Keep the flow of beer constant and keep the party going.
Includes everything except a CO2 tank to share and enjoy draft homebrew.
- Two Draft Brewer® 5-Gallon Kegs
- CO2PO® Double Body CO2 Regulator - Patent Pending
- Two fully assembled gas lines & nylon washers to ensure tight seals
- Two fully assembled draft lines for pouring brew from your kegs
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.05 ReviewsJust started using itworks well so far, just add the CO2 tank and you're off. Even if you just brew simple stuff, nice to have the option to add another tank for carbonating or drinking. Nice to have the expansion already there versus having to buy more things to add on.January 18, 2017Purchased
1 year agoReady when you areLoved having the dual regulator and twin keg setup. My first brews (according to BJCP guidelines) needed separate pressures and this setup met the need. Hardest part was getting the CO2 container...January 6, 2017Purchased
3 months agoEasy in....This was the easiest way to get into the kegging world! Everything you need. The regulator is extreme quality and feels like it will last a lifetime and then some. I've already ordered a third keg and can't wait to expand! CheersFebruary 4, 2017Purchased
2 months agodon't know why I waited so long to keg. seems I am drinking more beer though, witch is not badMarch 3, 2017Purchased
2 months agoWorks GreatEverything sealed/pressurized nicely and the beer is flowing perfectly. The dual gauge/regulator is the way to go. Allows so many more options whether you are using both kegs, a bottler tool such as the Last Straw, or a CO2 distributor.March 6, 2017Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 17 answersCan use smaller kegs with this system like 2.5 or 3 gal, or even the cannonball keg?Draft Brewer® Flex Keg SystemBEST ANSWER: Assuming you either use one of the two air feeds from the bigger setup (two kegs, one 5 gal and a mini of any size) or you purchase a adapter to split one of the two feeds into two (all three kegs) then the answer is yes you can use any size kegs.
I currently run a 5 lb CO2 with a single regulator into a 3 way split to run two 5 gallons kegs and a cannonball keg.How tall is the system? I'm trying to determine my refrigeration "strategy". :)BEST ANSWER: The height of the keg from base to the handle is 25", but you need to allow at least 2-3" bare minimum for the connectors, just so they fit. If you plan on making connections while it is in the fridge, more headroom is needed.Always pours foam no matter what I do. Had anyone got this keg system to work? Do I need longer lines?BEST ANSWER: Mine pours perfectly with the 5' 3/16 lines at serving pressure between 8 and 10lb. It may just be overcarb'ed beer. I hit it at 30 for 2 days, kick down to 15 for another 2 and then finish another day at my serving pressure of 8lb. Hasn't failed me yet. Good luck.Is this ball lock or pin lock? I can not find the answer in the description anywhere. Hoping for ball lock.BEST ANSWER: Mine was ball lock. Don't know if that holds true for every sale, however.