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Stainless Steel Sanke "S" Style Keg Coupler - Black Handle
Sanke 'S' Coupler
 
This keg coupler connects to the keg valve and attaches both the beer hose to the coupler and the gas line from the CO2 tank/regulator. The coupler is manufactured from high quality material with a durable 304 stainless steel body and a forged brass probe that improves it's durability and it's resistance to chemicals. Also features a short lever pull handle that is ideal for smaller diameter kegs. It is best to confirm the one you need before you buy it.

This Keg Coupler is NSF Approved


Please Note: A Tail Piece Assembly is recommended as these parts are needed to properly hook up a Sanke Coupler to tubing.
Price: $69.99

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Stainless Steel S Coupler

Specifications:
  • Material: Stainless Steel 304
  • Finish: SS Polished
  • Tailpiece Material: Stainless Steel 304
  • Probe Material: Stainless Steel 304 (part that touches beer)
  • Type: "S" style
  • Handle Type: Short Handle
  • Tail Piece O.D.: 3/8" O.D. Barb
  • Beer Port Size: 7/8" (U.S. Beer Industry Standard)

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Stellar Stainless Steel Goodness! April 4, 2019
Reviewer: The Happy Brewer from Great White North(eastern Ontario)  
I own 2 of these couplers. Sanke kegs are wonderful to home brew with - the size conveniently fits a 5 gallon batch (Sanke 30 liter size) and a 10 gallon double batch (Sanke 50 liter size). This all stainless steel coupler makes connections easy, and the coupler is extremely rugged and easy to clean. I have zero doubts that kegging is the most viable upgrade a homebrewer can do, to ease brewing days and lessen overall work in any brauhaus. Cheers.

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