3. Argon Arc Welding: smoothly, no burn residue, more resistant.
4. Handhold: 100% deburr, comfortable, safe.
5. Neck: double welding, high welding strength, high size precision.
6. Spear: stainless steel beer spear with pressure relief valve is more safe during use.
7. Faucet: light weight, easy to operation.
8. Commercial CO2 Regulator: exact, durable and sturdy, non-slip knob.
Stouts, Porters, Cream Ale, Barley Wine
Brown Ale, Amber, Reds Ale
IPA, Pale Ale, Wheat Beers, Other Ales
Lager, Pilsners, Cider, Kombucha
Sparkling Wine, Soda
Cleaning & Install
Process & QC
1. Raw material inspection: Check the steels size, weight, hardness is consistent with the standards.
2. Production process inspection. Check the mini keg and regulator. If the keg bearing pressure ability is ok. Put the kegs into the water pool. Obviously, we can see which one is leaking. Remove unqualified.
3.OQC (Outgoing Quality Control).
If the keg is scratched, logo printing is not good. Remove unqualified.
5l keg with twist tube spear
5l with double quick spear
2l nitro coffee maker
2l growler with tapping system
growler with sleeve
growler with big handle
New design 3.8l mini keg
glass growler with tapping system
4l growler with tapping system
We are specialized in draft beer packing and tapping solutions since 2013,.like stainless steel mini keg, beer bottle/ growler, CO2 dispenser, beer tapping system and home brewing accessories. We are cooperating with ISO certified manufacturing facilities in China. Our products have passed testing by SGS and Bureau Veritas as per FDA, KFDA, LFGB and EU standards.
Leaks gas as soon as the cartridge is installed
1. Make sure the regulator dial is off turned all the way counter close 2. Tighten the cartridge seal 3. Replace the CO2 cartridge it is damaged
The tap is open, but no beer comes out
Make sure the CO2 cartridge is installed, the cap is turned on, and pressure is indicated on the pressure gauge.
Tap continues to drip without stopping when closed
1. A few drips after closing the tap is normal. But it should not drip over time. 2. If the keg and tapping system is clean, internal O-ring may have worn through use and be in need of replacement.
Beer pours foamy every time (more than1/4 cup of foam)
1. First pour may be foamy if the beer line is full of air after being filled or the tap assembly has been allowed to warm up. Second beer should pour fine, if that's the case. Keep out of the sun. 2. Beer may be highly carbonated from the bar or brewery. If beer in keg is pressurized at 5 psi but came from brewery beer line pressurized at 25 psi, beer will pour foamy until the pressure equalizes after few days in the keg. 3. Be sure to open the tap handle fully and let go during the pour. Attempting to meter the flow during the pour can lead to foaming.