Introducing the easiest way to serve draft beer, ever! The Draft Brewer® Snap Tap ™ is the most portable and party-ready way to share beer on tap.
Ready-out-of-the-box, the Snap Tap™ is a top-grade stainless beer faucet that pops right on your ball lock keg to instantly get the brew flowing. This tidy little tool is ultra-portable, using minimal space and eliminating the hassle of tangled tubing.
Keep serving simple and keep the party going with the compact, easy-to-use Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™.
With fast, easy set-up, this party-ready tap makes sharing easier than ever. You don’t have to fiddle with tubing, figuring out where to wrap it to keep it off the ground. Better yet, your beer won’t get warm sitting in draft lines. With the Snap Tap™, brew stays in the keg until the moment you pour a cold one.
Quick and easy-to-clean, just give the tubing-free Snap Tap™ a quick rinse with water and you’re good to go! No more draft lines filled with old beer. Plus, the parts easily disassemble by hand for when you want to give it a deep clean.
The Snap Tap™ is easier for guests, too. Just pull the tap handle forward and beer comes out. Keep serving simple and keep the party going with the compact, easy-to-use Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™.
Note: when serving from the Snap Tap™, keep beer cold & serving pressure to a minimum to prevent foaming.
- Details & Instructions
4.0 / 5.07 ReviewsGreat for taking the keg on the roadI have had no issues with this product and have used it on more than 10 kegs, it's very handy when you're taking your beer to a party or tailgate.March 3, 2016snap tapWorks GREAT don't have to deal with cheap plastic tap anymore, it kept falling apart. This Snap Tap is the REAL DEAL .... LOVE IT......July 31, 2016Works like it should.It looks nice, feels durable, seals good and it is easy to clean. A very nice improvement from the plastic tap and hose. It accepts third party handles in place of the black plastic one. I worry a little about the durability of the plastic bits and plastic to steel transition but after several connects/disconnects and regular normal usage it's held up perfectly. Recommended with no reservations.Stock handle removed to show threads.March 1, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat producrExcellent and top quality and very pleased and make sure it is closed before snapping to keg!!!October 29, 2017Purchased
1 month agoMake sure it's tightened first!Make sure it's tightened first!March 10, 2016draft brewer snap cock faucetThis isn't a good product, don't buy it. The faucet leaks beer and co2 when you aren't pouring and must be disconneted between pours, or you lose a lot of beer and makes a big mess.September 22, 2015
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 16 answersHow tall is this tap? I am limited in vertical space in the fridge.BEST ANSWER: From the top of the ball-lock fitting face on the keg is approximately 7" if the tap valve is oriented in the vertical position as shown in the advertisement. If you unscrew the black plastic tap handle it is approximately 4.25". If you rotate the silver tap valve assembly in the horizontal position (90 deg) the vertical clearance is approximately 3.25".Could I put my own handle on this bad boy?BEST ANSWER: Yes, the included black plastic handle easily unscrews leaving male threads on the chrome bit standardized to 3rd party handles. Note, my keg is too tall and/or fridge too small to have room for handles larger than about 6" and keeping the spout vertical. Just something to jeep in mind for your application.Is there a proper procedure for using this ? Is venting necessary ? What PSI ? Etc..BEST ANSWER: You should be able to hook it right up to the keg and serve. You will most likely need to lower the psi for serving but it will all depend on the carbonation level and temp of what you are serving.will this fit on a cannonball mini? Can I change out the tap handle if I wanted to?BEST ANSWER: It will work with any ball-lock style keg, and yes the black handle can be changed out.Does this tap result in overly foamy pours? Normally you need around 4ft of tubing between the keg and tap to keep the pours from foaming up too much at normal pressures.BEST ANSWER: I does not. To avoid foamy pours, make sure your brew is well chilled and use a lower serving pressure around 5 psi.