Jun 18, 2021 by Brian

Q: Does this have enough clearance to be used with the Nukatap self closing spring?

A: No, the shank used does not have enough room for the spring.


May 28, 2019 by Tim

Q: Can this tap be used on a keg with the rubber handles on top or isn't it tall enough to clear the rubber handle? For example this keg in particular: https://www.williamsbrewing.com/2-Gallon-NSF-Rubber-Top-Keg-King-Keg-P3009.aspx

A: It works fine on kegs with rubber or stainless handles, including all the rubber topped kegs we sell.


Dec 03, 2018 by David WS

Q: Hi. My kegs are all pin lock. I'm not really interested in converting them to ball lock, but I am very interested in having a faucet like this as a portable and flexible option. Might you offer this keg faucet in a pin lock model? Thanks.

A: You can make your own keg faucet using items Q79 and Q53 then attaching them to a beer side pin-lock connector. The problem is that stainless steel connectors like we use are not available in pin-lock so you would need to use the standard plastic ones and the threaded part on those does not come off the connector at a 90° angle like the stainless steel ones do. It will work, but not look the same.


Aug 23, 2018 by Guilherme

Q: In what serving pressure should I need to leave the keg in order to avoid foaming?

A: A complex question. If the beer temperature is 40 F or lower, the head pressure on your keg should be 3-10 PSI, depending on the length and diameter of your beer line. 3/16" beer line can be as short as 4', while 1/4" interior diameter beer line should be 7' or longer to avoid foaming. This also depends greatly on the carbonation level of the liquid in side the keg.


Feb 21, 2017 by Alex

Q: Are all beer contact surfaces stainless steel, including the keg to faucet adapter?

A: All parts are stainless except the keg to faucet adapter, which is nickel plated brass.


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