DetailsThe economical and reliable Plastic Liquid Dispenser Tap, also know as a picnic tap or cobra tap), has simple construction that ensures that the valve only opens when it is squeezed.
Note: 3/16" tubing will fit, just heat the tubing with hot water prior to assembly.
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4.9 / 5.015 ReviewsCheap and easy way to protect your tap handlesScrew the tap on tight to avoid a geyser. And you will have a simple and easy way to fill bottles. Protect your tap handles and equipment from crowds.July 13, 2013Protect your equipmentThis is a good low cost way of serving your beer and keeping your good equipment safe from the masses where it may be mistreated. Just screw the tap on tight and you're ready to serve. For the price you can't go wrong.August 1, 2013Good portable tap.Its inexpensive and easy to use - just screw it on snug and it's ready to go. I use it when bringing beer to a party and don't want my taps or lines damaged or lost.August 20, 2013Keep an extra on handI have two 5 gallon kegs of homebrew in my mini fridge all of the time. While pouring a pint I noticed one of these leaking but had no spare. I had to shut down that keg and order this. Now I keep spares, as they are cheap but do wear out.September 13, 2013PortableIts awesome. Its cheap and easy to carry with no risk of damage/loss to my expensive taps. It makes it easy to bring beer to a party worry free. Screw it and and it works.October 22, 2013A great buyThis lets me bring along kegs without risk of expensive equipment getting damaged. Easy to use and works well.December 14, 2013EconomicalGreat portable tap for picnics. No need to bring heavy equipment (other than a keg) to serve my beer, and no risk of losing or damaging expensive components.January 21, 2014Easy to useThis simple and easy to use picnic tap is always a prime choice for filling bottles or just filling a pint at home!February 22, 2013Tighten down the top before using!I agree that this is a simple and easy to use tap and great for filling bottles, etc. First time kegging, I didn't know that the top needed to be screwed down tight. Do this to avoid a geyser. Good thing I was outside...a few tears over lost beer.March 1, 2013
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