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® Single Keg System is ready out-of-the-box to get your taproom up and running. Start serving and sharing your brew within just days of receiving your new system.
Switch out brews in an instant or relocate the party on a minute’s notice. Fully-assembled Draft Brewer® tap lines snap right on your keg. Enjoy your brew sooner and carbonate beer with a CO2 tank (not included) in 1-2 days instead of 2-4 weeks.
Best of all, it takes just a swish of sanitizer to prep your Draft Brewer® keg for the next batch. Enjoy extra free time to brew, share and enjoy more with the very first taproom in a box.
Serve your brew from any nook or cranny in your home with swivel-connection tap lines. With a Draft Brewer® system, no brew cave or home pub is too small to enjoy good beer on tap.
Take the guesswork out of perfect carbonation. Adjust the pressure in real-time and guarantee perfect pours. The ultra-durable TapRite 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. Enjoy ideal carbonation without nightmares of bottle bombs ever again.
Includes everything except a CO2 tank to share and enjoy draft homebrew.
- One Draft Brewer® 5-Gallon Keg
- TapRite CO2 Regulator - Patent Pending
- Fully assembled gas line & nylon washers to ensure tight seals
- Fully assembled draft line for pouring brew from your keg
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Details & Instructions
4.6 / 5.025 ReviewsJune 7, 2019Purchased
1 year agoFebruary 27, 2019Purchased
5 months agoNice starter setBought this on sale to get started with kegging. Now that I've kegged something, only thing I wish for would be a longer beverage serving line.February 22, 2019Purchased
6 months agoThis is my first keg. It's brand new and arrived in excellent condition. I will be buying a few more soon.February 20, 2019Purchased
5 months agoNEEDS A CUSHION OR GRIP ON HANDLE. STILL A 5 STAR SYSTEM.Everything about this setup is very high quality. Have had mine 2 years now and it has performed flawlessly. If you are into homebrewing you HAVE to keg. I still bottle every once in a while but i never enjoy it. SO MUCH easier to fill this bad boy and be done. Plus who doesn't like having draft beer at home? My only suggestion/complaint would be that the top handle needs some kind of cushion or grip. It has just a sinlgle handle on top and its metal. When handling this keg full its heavy and the handle feels like its cutting into your hand. But I would still purchase this system again in a heartbeat.January 20, 2019Purchased
over 2 years agoThis combo makes it a breeze to go from bottling to keggingPurchased this to see if I could really get draft beer at home. Received the combo, went to a local Airgas depot and got a 5# CO2 bottle, washed and sanitized everything, force carbonated for 3 days and was drinking draft beer.
It wouldn't have been that easy without asking some dumb questions of the Midwest Brewers.
Great Package Great Price, Great Advice & Help !January 2, 2019Purchased
7 months agoA fine keg systemA fine keg system. I currently have a smaller keg (1.75 gallon) for mead & cyser. I purchased this as I've started brewing beer. It works great. I think the seal is better on this than my smaller keg. I received it earlier then expected. I bought it on sale with free shipping & it's working great.January 5, 2018Purchased
1 year agoLeak I cannot findI think that this all in one setup is great and appears to be high quality. I am using it for the first time with my first home brew Hefe. The issue I am experiencing right now is a hiden leak with the CO2. I used this tank with my kegerator setup and had no issues. After hooking it up to this homebrew keg system, I am going through CO2 like no tomorrow. I followed instructions and have checked for leaks in all obvious areas using soapy water. I cannot find a leak but yet I am on my second refill without even going through 3 gallons... any advise out there?December 7, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat Service product looks goodReceived this kit as a gift. Somehow the connecting tubes were left out of the kit. One call to Midwest and the tubing was on its way. Great customer service.
New keg and regulator look good and work well.July 6, 2017liquid line too shortgreat keg mine said it was new but i really don't think it was. Their were a lot of scratches but that dost really matter the main problem is the liquid line is only 5'! so if you use it you really need to dial down the serving pressure which means after you pour a pint you need to remember to turn the pressure back up or you will have undercarbontated beer. Do yourself a favor if you buy this and get at least a 10' liquid line.June 4, 2017Purchased
over 2 years ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 10 questions Browse 10 questions and 41 answersIs this brand new?BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is a completely new system. Have had mine 2 years now and it has performed flawlessly. Highly recommended!Will this system work with other commercial kegs too?BEST ANSWER: Only if you get a conversion kit for ball lock to sankieDoes this system have a one way valve on the gas line to prevent liquid from flowing into regulator ?BEST ANSWER: The liquid cannot flow as long as there is positive pressure from the CO2 tank. Most of the liquid is below the opening of the valve anyway.What is the diameter of the liquid line?Sorry if this seems random, but what is the diameter (NPT size) where the posts screw on?BEST ANSWER: They are both different on these kegs, so the posts cannot be put in the wrong position. The gas post has threading of 19/32", and the liquid post threading will be 9/16". The replacement for the gas post would be K107, and the replacement for the liquid post would be K106.What is the diameter of this keg? I want to see if it will fit in my refrigerator that is only about 10" deep on the inside.BEST ANSWER: Approx. 9". It should fit as long as the door shelves don't extend into the 10" space.What size CO2 bottle will I need to have to make this work correctly?BEST ANSWER: most brew supply places have the bottle already filled with food grade Co2. I think it is 10 pounds.small size. Important to get food grade.What is the height of the keg? Trying to figure out the size of a mini-fridge that I'll need.BEST ANSWER: 26" with the fittings in place. I have a small regular fridge with the shelves taken out.Ball or pin lock?BEST ANSWER: The Draft Brewer system I have and use is a ball lock. I have found kegging 5 gallon batched of home brew to be far better than bottling, and this system is easy to use out of the box as a relative novice.what cools the keg?BEST ANSWER: You’ll need to put your keg in a refrigerator or a chest freezer with a temperature controller to chill your keg.