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Nukatap Stainless Steel Stout Spout
Nukatap Stout Spout
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Turn your Intertap/Nukatap faucet into an stout/creamer tap with the use of this nozzle!

The stout spout has a removeable creamer/aerator disc inside, it is specially made to serve beers infused with nitrogen gas, and allows the nitrogen gas to flow smoothly through the faucet with the beer to create a smoother, creamier beer.

Simply un-screw the regular nozzle and screw on the stout spout and use as you would a stout tap.
Price: $14.49

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Nukatap/Intertap Stout Spout

  • Compatible with Intertap and Nukatap Faucets
  • Stout Spout
  • Brushed Finish
  • 2 1/2" Length

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 No Nitro, No magic November 3, 2017
Reviewer: Jonathan from Gatineau, QC  
I bought this, expecting it would work well with cO2, but without being the same as a real Nitro Stout Spout...   well, I was right.
You do get some sort of "Cascade", but the head and mouth feel is far from being the same a a true Nitro beer.
Overall, its a good product for the price, and gives decent result with cO2, but don't expect any magic!

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Works with CO2! March 2, 2017
Reviewer: Cam from Prince Rupert, BC  
I didn't have the kegerator space or cash for a separate nitro tank and stout faucet, so I gambled and just bought this spout. I put an Irish Stout on tap, carbonated and served at 9 psi and 42 F. It worked perfectly!

I've found that the first pour of the day often makes for a pint that's about 1/2 foam. After that, the spout works perfectly, and I get the beautiful cascading head effect, and soft, pillowy mouthfeel that you'd expect from an Irish Stout.

I plan to use this spout for all the stouts I brew, plus some porters, and even a dark mild or two!

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