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Draft Warehouse Extraordinary Jug - Growler Filler
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|Brand Name||Bev Rite|
|Global Trade Identification Number||08906016677088|
|Included Components||Growler Filler|
|Is Assembly Required||false|
|Item Weight||0.500 ounces|
|Manufacturer Series Number||CP78|
|Number of Items||1|
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|Sold By||Amazon.com||Draft Warehouse||Hobby Homebrew||YardHQ||Trademark Retail|
|Color||clear, silver||Stainless Steel Fitting, Clear Hose.||Chrome / Clear||StainlessSteel||Stainless Steel|
This unique Jug- Growler filler has a metal fitting that fits into most standard American beer faucets. The other end has a hose that goes into growler for filling. Perfect and easy solution to fill your growlers from bottom up. *Fits well on most standard American faucets. Some faucets have irregular or non standard size spout and the growler filler may not fit well on those. It will not fit on Perlick brand faucets as the spout is slightly smaller in size. If you have Perlick faucets, please purchase the ones specifically made for those. 12mm Diameter - Fits most standard Beer faucets.
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1) if not properly cleaned these are just another source of contamination which will ruin the beer.
2) you don’t need this if your draft system is setup correctly. If your beer is foamy then the pressure is too LOW, not too high as everyone assumes. You can and SHOULD increase the length of your draft line because it’ll slow down the flow of beer which will reduce foam and keep the carbonation in the beer so your growler doesn’t go flat quickly.
We had friends in town and I had just kegged a batch of homebrew and needed a way to get the beer from keg to growler (or bottle) without causing too much foam and/or C02 to escape. This worked perfectly! Fit snug into the end of my tap and worked like a charm.
MAKE SURE YOU TURN YOUR PSI DOWN. This is probably obvious to anyone who's done this before but it was my first time and I wasn't thinking. Beer shot everywhere! Haha, but as soon as I turned the PSI down to about 5psi. this thing worked like a charm. Well worth it for the price considering there are some on here that twice as much and I'm not sure what the benefit to those would be.
This fits neither Perlick nor "standard" beer taps, making it essentially useless for my application.
Suggest the seller add fitment information about what this fits -- it does not fit the usual taps.
This little miracle is the perfect combination of simplicity and functionality.
I have an Edgestar kegerator, with two spouts. I don't know the model.
This little revelation fits directly into the tap. It takes a good push--which I assume is tantamount to a good seal.
I filled a bottle with with 14 PSI--about 10 more than I've been filling. In days prior, even with 4 PSI, I saw foam the likes of a high tide--beyond obnoxious.
With this device, even with the excessive PSI, there was very little foam. Lo and behold, I had a filled bottle of delicious, ice cold beer perfectly.
It is odd that specifications for beer faucets have no information regarding the Inner Diameter of the spout. But you can measure the inner diameter of your own faucet to see if this will work. (12mm Diameter) If you don't have a micrometer, just press a piece of paper across the spout to measure the I.D.