Perlick Stainless Steel Flow Control Creamer Faucet

Model: 690SS
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  • Creamer faucet allows you to whip air into your beer when you push back on the lever, letting you create a creamy head at the end of your pour.
  • Seals the faucet near the spout end of the faucet, not at the rear like most other designs
  • Revolutionary Perl ball and floating O-ring design eliminates the need for a valve shaft
  • Minimal faucet area is exposed making cleaning easier. Beer gets no exposure to air, so there's literally no space for mold and bacteria to grow
  • Has fewer internal parts for better reliability

Conventional wisdom has no place at Perlick. That's because Perlick's drive for innovation is legendary, leaving convention for the other guys to play with. Now, wisdom in general... well, that's another story. The new Perl Stainless Faucet from Perlick is a classic example. Its revolutionary Perl ball and floating O-ring design eliminates the need for a valve shaft. Beer gets no exposure to air; there's literally no space for mold and bacteria to grow. The Perl Faucet has fewer internal parts for better reliability.

The built-in creamer feature is very easy to use with this faucet. When the beer is ready to be topped of, the user simply pulls back on the faucet handle until you have the desired amount of creamy head.

  • Stainless Steel construction - won't pit or tarnish, will not taint the flavor of the beer, and is also suitable for wine
  • Patented forward sealing design eliminates the need for a valve shaft exposed to beer and air
  • Spout angle is more vertical allowing a more thorough draining after each pour - no horizontal area for beer to collect
  • Polished interior - smooth flow, less agitation and less foaming
  • Easy to clean - may be cleaned in place
Faucet Replacement Parts
167829-167829-167829-167829-1Handle Jacket, Chrome
67829-1TF67829-1TFN/AN/AHandle Jacket, Tarnish Free
267820-167820-167820-167820-1Compression Bonnet, Chrome
67820-1TF67820-1TFN/AN/ACompression Bonnet, Tarnish Free
367828-167828-167828-167828-1O-Ring, Compression
467819-267819-267819-267819-2Bearing Cup
5A68726-1N/A68626-1N/AHandle Lever
5BN/A68810N/A68810Handle Lever, Push Back Creamer
667830-167830-167830-167830-1O-Ring, Pivot Ball
767933-167933-167933-167933-1O-Ring, Front Seat
8308-3-2P308-3-2P308-3-2P308-3-2PCoupling Gasket
9N/AN/A68206-168206-1Flow Control: Compensator
10N/AN/A67989SK67989SKFlow Control: Seal Kit
11N/AN/A67989LK67989LKFlow Control: Lever & Seal Kit

Follow these instructions if you need to take the faucet apart to replace worn parts.

Note: Anytime the Front Seat (I), O-ring (H) or Coupling Gasket(s) are removed, they should be replaced. Always use OEM replacement parts.


  1. If faucet is USED, soak faucet in warm cleaning solution for 1-2 minutes to free up bonnet and handle jacket. If the faucet is NEW, submerge the faucet in warm water for 5 seconds.
  2. Unscrew and remove Jacket (1).
  3. Unscrew and remove Compression Bonnet (2).
  4. Remove Coupling Gasket (8) only if cut or worn.
  5. To remove the Handle Lever Assembly (5A or 5B), lift it upward and push back.
  6. To remove Front Seat (7) use a small screwdriver from the bonnet end of the faucet.
  7. To remove O-ring (6) use a small screwdriver from the bonnet end of the faucet.
  8. Inspect O-rings for wear or damage and replace as necessary.
  9. To remove flow control lever, unscrew cap and pull out.
  10. Remove flow control compensator from rear of faucet.


  1. Re-install O-ring (6) into O-ring groove from bonnet end (use a small blunt screwdriver).
  2. Re-install front Seat (7) into O-ring groove (use a small blunt screwdriver). Note: Seat must move freely in seat groove.
  3. Re-install Handle Lever Assembly (5A or 5B).
  4. Re-install Bearing Cup (4).
  5. Re-install Bonnet Washer (3) into Compression Bonnet (2).
  6. Re-install Compression Bonnet (2). Tighten by hand only. Do not use any tool, as this can damage the faucet.
  7. Re-install Handle Jacket (1).
  8. Re-install Coupling Gasket (8) if removed.
  9. Install flow control compensator into rear of faucet and orientate so level engagement hole is facing lever insertion hole.
  10. Install flow control lever, ensure pin on end of lever is aligned with compensator engagement hole and tighten cap.
UPC: 700697202069


Awesome Stuff!!!

This was one of my upgrades and absolutely love it!!! A perfect pour everytime! No more wasting good quality beer!


Great investment

Works as described. Everyone needs the flow control instead of normal faucet.

Should have bought years ago


Must have for stout lovers

This faucet is fantastic! We installed it on our stout tap and love it. The ability to add the extra bit of head at the end is great. You will not regret getting this quality faucet.


Great for non-beer beverages too

We run taps with kegged cocktails and soda water for special events. The soda water is usually at 45 psi to make it as bubbly as possible and it can be difficult to control the explosive nature of high pressure water. This faucet has done a great job of taming the flow while keeping the fizz in the water.


The Perfect Faucet
Beer Bro

I love this faucet because it gives you total control and zero unwanted foam. I turn the flow control down open the faucet then increase the flow. I haven't lost a drop of beer due to over pour. Also, at the end of the pour I push the handle back into creamer mode to add the desired amount of head. It is also great for filling growlers. I also purchased the perlick growler attachment hose which fits like a glove. It does drip one or two drops after the fill, but a small price to pay for a perfect beer.

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My Perlick 690SS sometimes confuses my guests who assume that the tap handle is spring loaded and will close automatically on its own. This has caused many accidents where significant amount s beer has drained out and onto the floor before the problem was discovered. Does the Does the 650SS close on its own?
by Farmer Maggot on February 18, 2023
The 650SS is not self closing.
by Jake on April 18, 2023
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