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Taprite

Polished Stainless Steel Guinness® Dispensing Stout Beer Faucet

Model:SF2003
Regular Price: $111.86
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Taprite's 304 Stainless Steel Stout Faucet ensures that your beer, wine, cider, coffee, or kombucha reaches the glass tasting exactly as it did in the keg. The 304 stainless steel interior will not erode or leach metallic flavors into your beverage. The 304 stainless steel exterior is highly polished for a sparkling, chrome-like finish, and is strong enough to handle even the heaviest of tap handles.

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Polished Stainless Steel Guinness® Dispensing Stout Beer Faucet Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(4.5)
(based on 4 reviews) 
next level
by:Benzo (06-08-2016)
Cleveland OH
Comments:this is a bad@ss tap. i wanted to go full stainless tap, even the pour spout. This is my 1st intro into nitro and i am learning as i go. so far i am on my 2nd nitro brew and here are a couple suggestions. Make sure you contact your gas supplier and make sure they can mix the beer gas to your needs(75/25). keep the carbonation light and i have found to carb up the stout volume you wish, using co2 for 3-5 days and then put it on nitro beer gas to serve.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
Nice!
by:Micklex (04-12-2016)
Federal Way, WA.
Comments:I haven't used it yet, but this one is attractive and solid with good weight to it. Looks to be a high quality build, gotta get some stout brewed up!
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
Great product !
by:Tim (09-11-2015)
Manteca, Ca.
Comments:Great for Guiness
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
Creamy Stout
by:Thom (01-20-2015)
Richmond, VA
Comments:This is a must for your Stout Brews.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
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Question:
Does this tap support the two step Guinness pour?
by Gus on January 02, 2020
Answer:
Hello Gus,
Yes, this stout faucet has a creamer function, so it can be used in a two step Guinness pour.

Best Regards,
by Anthony on January 08, 2020
Staff Answer