Keg Dispensing Supplies

The following beer keg dispensing equipment allows you to dispense and serve homebrew without all the hassle of bottles. Choose from homebrew kegerators, homebrew keg dispensing systems or portable homebrew setups.

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3/8" Quick Connect Plug-CO2

Most often used for CO2 connections, these quick disconnects are chrome-plated brass. This is the female side, which has a 3/8" straight barb on one end, while the other end is female and accepts the male end. It has a temperature tolerance range from -40 to 180F and a vacuum pressure tolerance of 120 PSI. This female piece is used with the male piece #04P01-113


Lock Nut for Beer Shank

Lock that shank on tight! A lock nut for a beer shank comes standard with most shanks. It goes on the backside of the front flange and tightens against the wall of the kegerator surface to create a sturdy connection. A must have if your shank has no existing lock nut!


Pin Lock Liquid Line Dispensing Kit

Perfect for bringing the party to the people! A black picnic tap on one end of a 4-foot length of 3/16" ID thick walled tubing and a pin lock disconnect with 3/16" swivel nuts on the other. Both ends are attached with oetiker-style clamps, which have been crimped on for a tight connection! Be the life of the party by bringing this (and a full keg) to the next get-together!


Neoprene Beer Washer

Create a good seal with a neoprene beer washer! These washers help to seal liquid and CO2 connections when using a tailpiece with a beer nut. The neoprene washer fits in the beer nut under the tailpiece, sealing the connection. It is always good to have a few of these on hand in case of seal failure...get yours today!


Carbonator Cap

This handy dandy gadget makes kegged beer portable. Just fill a soda bottle from the keg and attach the Carbonator Cap. Depress the center spring and squeeze out all the air from the bottle. Attach a gray gas disconnect and fill bottle with CO2. The gas pressure will keep the beer carbonated until you open the bottle.

To reduce foaming during filling:

1. have the soda bottle is the same temperature as the beer
2. attach a tube from your faucet that is long enough to reach the bottom of the soda bottle to fill from the bottom of the bottle up
3. shut off gas to keg and purge head pressure in the keg and allow gravity to make the beer flow rather than pressure


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