DetailsIntroducing the first system that gives you cutting-edge cold-brewed coffee on nitro—in the convenience of your own home. Transform every sensory experience of drinking coffee, as baristas and coffee aficionados are doing all over the country.
Cold press on nitro looks cooler, smells deeper, tastes smoother and feels creamier. Serve it from a keg just like the best english stouts. Nitrogen cascades down the sides of your favorite glass, leaving you with velvety coffee capped with an unbelievably smooth, fluffy crema head. Cold brew on nitro is a whole new coffee drinking experience.
When you serve cold press on nitro, it not only tastes better, it extends the shelf life of your cold brew to at least two weeks, and sometimes up to a month! The Nitro Snap Tap™ is easy to use for sharing-friendly serving, and the Cannonball® is ultra-portable, so you can serve cutting-edge cold brew in your kitchen, the office, or even on a picnic! Brew your own cold press or use your favorite concentrate, store it in your fridge and keep the caffeine comin’.
- Cannonball® 1.75 Gallon Mini-Keg
- Nitro Snap Tap™
- Nitrogen Cartridge & Regulator
- Complete Instructions
- Details & Instructions
3.7 / 5.03 ReviewsJGThe reason your coffee is not cascading correctly, is because you need to use nitrogen enriched cold brew in the tank. Home brewed toddy coffee will not work correctly. That is the secret for cascading coffee. if you change to a nitrogen enriched cold brew you should be good. Also you should be able to turn up the nitrogen cartridge with a regulator to about 40 for a better infusion.February 26, 2016Nitrogen enriched brewI read in a recent review that "nitrogen enriched coffee"is needed to obtain the cascading effect. Where do I buy nitrogen enriched cold brew?March 14, 2016It's terribleThis kit is horrible. Followed directions exactly and the stupid thing won't carb correctly. Sure, it's pressurized enough to push coffee, but it's not cascading and giving the true nitro cold brew look and feel. I really want to return this mess.December 21, 2015
- Customer Q&A
Browse 8 questions Browse 8 questions and 12 answersCan you replace the tap handle with a bigger one?BEST ANSWER: When purchased it will come with the standard tap handle. Which can be unthreaded and replaced with a different one of your choosing. Cheers! James J.What's the size of the nitrogen cartridge that comes with this product? Does it ship full or empty? Is it 100% nitrogen or a 75/25 "beer gas"?I am not sure where to get nitrogen cartridges or tanks either new or recharged in my city (Dallas). Where would you suggest I look?BEST ANSWER: The cylinder that comes with it is single use, so no recharging
However with a tap conversion kit you can use a regulate nitro or beer gas cylinder . Check out your local micro brew shop or in my area I went to a welder supply shop and they were able to help me outNot sure if Kevin's question covers this as well, but is it possible to attach a larger tank of N2O?BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can attach a full sized nitrogen tank to this, though you will also need a standard nitrogen regulator. The mini regulator cannot attach to a full tank.Will the smaller N2O cartridges for whip cream work with this regulator?BEST ANSWER: No, this regulator only accepts one size of cartridge.How long does the nitrogen cartridge last?BEST ANSWER: You can dispense about 2 full kegs. Or, if you leave it connected and the liquid absorbs some gas over time, it may only get one keg fully dispensed. So, assume 1-2 kegs depending on how fast you consume it or how much of a nitrogen affect you want.Would this nitro dispenser also work for my small batch stout?BEST ANSWER: Sean,
Thanks for your question! Yes, this system would also work to dispense beer. You would want to carbonated it lightly though to get the traditional stout carbonation.
Cheers!Can I use this for Sake,?
How can I make it cold when serving?BEST ANSWER: This can indeed be used to serve Sake. To make the keg cold when serving, you can place it in a refrigeration unit, or in a cooler or bowl of ice. I hope that this helps!