• Intertap Stout Adapter
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Item #: P39
Our Price: $9.99
In Stock, Will Ship On 06/03/2020.


This patented stainless steel Intertap Stout Adapter turns our P05 or P76 Intertap forward seal faucet into a stout faucet. To dispense stout you will also need a beergas (75% nitrogen, 25% C02) gas mix from your bulk gas supplier, and you will need a dispensing pressure of 25 to 30 PSI.  Includes an aerator restricter plate. US Patents US6457614, US6626420, and US7077299

Note: This does not fit older Vent-Matic faucets.


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by John
on 1/4/2020
from Virginia
Stout adapter
I love making stouts and this adapter is great. 
by William Lindel
on 12/28/2018
from NC
So easy
I switched to Intertap faucets when William's started carrying them, due to the smart design and flexibility. I have wanted to have a mixed gas tap and finally pulled the trigger. It could not have been easier and cheaper than to unscrew the standard outlet and screw on the stout adapter. Works perfectly, nice being all stainless.
by Bill
on 10/19/2018
from Colorado
Intertap Stout adapter
This works great.  I would highly recommend this adapter if you have stout beer on tap.  Great product.
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12/6/2018 12:01:30 AM
Will the stout adapter work on the Intertap creamer faucet? Is there any advantage to using the creamer faucet vs. the standard?
The stout adapter will not fit any creamer faucets. Intertap does not make a creamer faucet at this time, but the adapter will fit their standard and flow control faucets.
7/19/2018 7:20:36 AM
One of mine has become clogged with sediment. What is the best way to clean this spout?
Hot water should work fine, but if it has gunk or crust on it then you should soak it in a cleanser like PBW.
11/18/2017 11:12:41 AM
Will this not pour effectively under standard co2?
They are designed to pour at 25-30 PSI with beer gas mix. You will probably get excess foaming doing this with C02 at this pressure.
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