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Options for Pass-Through Tap Kits

Single Tap through Nine Tap Systems Available.Multi-Tap Kits include Gas Manifolds to split off CO2 to multiple kegs.

Choosing Your Faucet. Chrome-plated or Perlick 630 SS. The chrome-plated are the standard in faucets. Perlick is a premium brand faucet with a wider opening which increases flow and less prone to sticking when length of duration between pours is an issue.

Kegs. New, used or no keg? Already have the kegs, then select your kit and you're all set. All used kegs are re-conditioned and checked for pressure before shipping to ensure your keg is in working order for your kit. Brand new kegs are right out of the box, NSF Approved and have all certifications for beverage use.

CO2 Tank. Optional 5 lb or 10 lb tank. 5 lb CO2 tanks push approximately 40 gallons (150 L) of beer. This number will be less if you plan to carbonate with your CO2 tank also. These are only estimates, consumption of CO2 will come down to preference of carbonation levels for serving. CO2 tanks only ship empty (by law), to find places to fill your tank locally check the yellow pages for weld supply or fire safety stores.

Ships with Dual Gauge Regulator & Manifold or Swap Out for Dual Product Regulator. This option is available on multi-tap kits. Dual Gauge is popular for general use. If you are specifically looking to serve at separate pressures between styles of beer, you may be interested in the Dual Product.
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