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You can dispense any beverage that comes in a keg, just make sure you have the right coupler. The QuikTap comes standard with an American style D-system keg coupler (most common). You can easily change the coupler to most other types. If you are serving highly carbonated beverages such as sodas the flow-control faucet will allow you to serve at high pressures without creating too much foam.
The QuikTap will fit up to a 12 oz CO2 tank. For serving multiple kegs, check out the bulk adapter. You can easily connect to any size CO2 cylinder for a nearly endless supply of serving pressure.
Yes. All QuikTap brand CO2 tanks are food-grade. They have been cleaned and are safe for consumption. This is why we do not recommend using other brands of CO2 tanks.
No. Refillable CO2 tanks are shipped empty to comply with shipping safety protocols.
We do not recommend using other brand CO2 tanks. Many similar tanks are NOT food-grade and have not been cleaned from the inside. Oils and other hazardous material may be left behind from the manufacturing process. All QuikTap brand CO2 tanks have been cleaned from the inside and are food-grade.
The adjustable regulator is designed to go between zero and 30 psi. Zero psi designates the “off” position when the regulator is fully closed.
Yes! You can easily tap and untap your keg as you please. To maintain carbonation, make sure you return the pressure to the proper level before removing the tap (approximately 10 psi for most beers, and 20-25 psi for sodas)
With a normal pump tap, your keg will only last 1-2 days before turning stale and flat. With a QuikTap, the beer will stay fresh and carbonated all the way out to the date codes set by the brewery. Keeping the keg cold will also help to extend the life of your beer.