Kegging your homebrew is both easy and better for your beer. Keg beer tends to come out clearer and remains more stable over time. But sometimes you still need some bottles of homebrew to share. The Last Straw Bottle Filler is the most effortless and ergonomic draft bottle filler available. Bottle cold, carbonated beer directly from your keg and ensure precise carbonation and sediment-free bottles.
- Streamlines the tedious chore of bottling.
- Quick to set up, the ergonomic handle makes bottling effortless.
- Last Straw® breaks down for easy clean up.
- Perfectly carbonated beer...first time...every time.
- Available for Ball-Lock or Pin-Lock kegs.
Dial-in your psi, force carbonate your kegged beer, and bottle sediment-free homebrew with perfect carbonation. Maintain every last bubble while bottling at serving pressure for commercial-quality, competition-ready homebrew.
Ergonomic, intuitive control and one-handed operation. Go from keg to bottle at just 15 seconds a pop!
Ridiculously easy to clean. The Last Straw® disassembles in an instant for quick and painless cleaning. Plus, premium materials prevent contamination—everything that touches your beer is stainless or silicone.
Add the Foamless Finish Counterpressure Filler Attachment for a perfect fill every time.
Kit Includes all necessary tubing and fittings:
- The Last Straw® Bottle Filler
- Tubing & Fittings
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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The Last Straw Bottle Filler
Everything is high quality very pleased with this system. Easy to use too. Nice packaging, glad I purchased this over the beer gun
After adding the Foamless Finish™ attachment I was finally able to dial in the Last Straw® counter pressure beer bottler. This setup works great and makes bottling carbonated beer from a Cornelis keg a breeze!
This bottle filler worked very well for us. We filled at 5 PSI and very little foaming. The tip leaked at the outer housing O-ring. It looks as though the O-ring was expired and should have a fresh one. (O-rings do have shelf life) This leads me to the question in regards to the availability of spare parts - spring O-rings and the nylon compression seals in the fittings.
Works fine after a few trial runs. Beer is clear and well carbonated after bottling it.