Finally, the best of both worlds! The Tap-N-Fill system gives you the ability to carbonate your beer to perfection and the flexibility to choose your beer’s destiny : a bottle or a keg. Whatever you choose, your homebrew will thank you.
This system provides you with everything you need to keg and bottle with ease. The fully-assembled Draft Brewer® tap lines snap right on your keg for easy use. And all the lines you need to utilize for The Last Straw® are ready to go too. Don’t wait around for your beer to bottle condition. Enjoy your brew sooner and carbonate beer with a CO2 tank (not included) in 1-2 days instead of the standard 2-4 weeks in bottles.
No more guesswork to reach the perfect carbonation in your beer either. Adjust the pressure in real-time and guarantee perfect pours. The ultra-durable CO2PO® Dual-Gauge 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.
The Tap-N-Fill is convenient, sets up quick, and helps you bottle better beer. Best of all, it takes just a swish of sanitizer to prep your Draft Brewer® kegs for the next batch. The included Ball-Lock keg is easy to disassemble for cleaning and have replaceable seals. And the Last Straw is painless to clean and its premium materials prevent your beer from getting contaminated.
When you're ready, expand your system with additional kegs and a larger gas distributor. Build a keezer using a chest freezer and the ThermoStar® Dual-Mode Digital Temperature Controller.
Note: Keg Lube can help prevent CO2 leaks and prolong the life of the keg seals.
Includes everything except a CO2 tank to share and enjoy draft homebrew.
- One Draft Brewer® 5-Gallon Keg
- CO2PO® Double Body CO2 Regulator - Patent Pending
- Last Straw® Bottle Filler
- Tubing and Fittings for the Last Straw®
- 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.
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Save your money and just buy the keg, a regulator, co2 tank, beer and gas line hose & connections.
Advertised as 1-2 days to carbonate but if you ask them they will say they absolutely don’t recommend that because of foam issues which you will have. It still takes 1-2 weeks, same as bottling. I don’t know how you successfully use the last straw without wasting a lot of beer. Maybe would be ok for growlers? But not bottles. I’m guessing it works if everything is 100% dialed in and calibrated but unless you have years of experience you will waste more beer than it’s worth. Overall I’m happy with the Kegging system just not with the misleading advertising and the last straw. Will update if i find its user error
Everyone that brews beer should have one of these. Don't know how I got along without one.
Operating good, very easy to set up. Not too much info provided. Had to YouTube etc. to figure some stuff out like force carbonating and C02 operating. But so far so good.
This was a Christmas gift for me from my wife. Ordered on xmas day and received on the Friday after. The keg came with a damaged foot on the lid. I called Midwest and worked with them through text messaging system. They replaced the keg and sent it out with 2 days after the report. They were very professional and helpful. After being a customer of their's for almost 4 years, they have proven their worth, not only with their kits, but with their customer service. I even got a signed letter from the service agent stating his apologies for "delaying my brew." Midwest Supplies is a superb company.
Starting with the instructions, viewing the videos and reviewing the tips and suggestions of other users, I thought I was ready to use this successfully. I couldnt have been more hopelessly wrong.
The pressure gauge was essentially unusable. Pressure delivered wasnt close to the pressure indicated on the gauge. For example, when filling a 16 ounce fliptop bottle at 10 psi it took two minutes and 14 seconds that exacerbated with endless foaming. I filled it until beer flowed out the top then sealed immediately. To add to my frustration, that left 2 1/2 inches of dead space in the bottle. I double checked pressure delivery, and saw that it was only putting out 4 psi. I dont adjusted the pressure back up to 10 psi with the same result. I try to couple of bottles at eight psi, with unsatisfactory results and then increase the pressure to 12 psi equally bad. Ive been stopped bottling and started to troubleshoot the CO2 pressure gauge and found that it flat did not work.