Draft Box, 2 faucets

$319.99

SKU# K225

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Serve your kegged beer on the go. Perfect for outdoor parties or tailgating. Simply fill the cooler with ice to serve refreshingly cold pours of your homebrew.

Insulated draft box with two faucets, two-circuit cold plate, and fittings - you supply gas system, couplers or disconnects to fit your kegs, connections for two beer shanks, and ice.

Works great with our Draft Brewer keg systems.

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Draft Box, 2 faucets

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Insulated draft box with two faucets, two-circuit cold plate, and fittings - you supply gas system, couplers or disconnects to fit your kegs, connections for two beer shanks, and ice.

The 10" x 15" cold plate is made of several pounds of aluminum, which has excellent thermal properties. The large mass of aluminum acts as a heat sink, and rapidly transfers heat out the beer and into the surrounding ice water bath. Embedded inside this aluminum body is 18 feet of stainless steel 1/4" I.D. tubing, so everything the beer touches is smooth and easily cleanable.

The two beer shanks coming out of the back of the cooler will require tailpieces, beer shank nuts, and neoprene washers. The surrounding cooler is a 48 quart, high impact chest with dense foam insulation, 13" h x 24" l, 15" w.

Works great with our Draft Brewer keg systems.

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Great jockey box-some assembly required
I have been looking for a jockey box for a while, and this showed up with a good discount. There were no instructions on how to assemble, but it was pretty easy to figure out. Don't forget to buy the tailpieces and liquid in lines to go with it, along with liquid connectors to your kegs. I had it assembled and tested in less than one hour. Ran some PBW and then some water to rinse, followed by sanitizer, and it was all ready to go. It also seems to have enough space to add a second chill plate or replace the original one with a 4-gang plate if you want to add one or two more taps.
May 1, 2016
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What kind of connections are on the back of the box? Can you connect a commerical Sanke keg and a home brew ball lock keg?
M A on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's a standard beer shank. You supply the hex nut and tail piece to fit whatever diameter hosing you use for beer line. So you can connect anything that pushes beer through hosing, including both sanke and corny kegs. Just make sure you buy the tail piece to match your beer line diameter.
Do you sell pre-assembled connections to connect the liquid side of the keg to the shanks? I have MFL Liquid connections for my kegs and CO2 connections.
D O on Aug 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You could use gas tubing kits if you did not already have disconnects. The most cost effective option is to get beverage tubing, barbed swivel nuts, and clamps . Then your tail piece and shank nut of choice as well as a neoprene washer if you do not have those.
Since it uses a plate chiller, what's the best way to clean the lines after use? Should you just run a PBW solution through it?
D I on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can flush it with hot water; then a PBW solution. Let is soak for a while. Some recommend BLC if it's been used a lot. Rinse very thoroughly, more than once. ( Some folks will blow out the channels with compressed air, not a bad idea ) Run Star San or Saniclean through it before use to sanitize. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
When I got the box, I discovered that the beer lines to and from the cold-plate were different diameter. There is a pair of large diameter and smaller diameter hoses fitted for the plate, that is. I used the large diameter lines for the IN side (going into the plate) and the smaller diameter lines to go to the faucet. Should it be the other way around? FWIW, the box comes with no instructions, so it was a guess on my part.
David R on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You have it correct; the larger-diameter lines are the input side, the smaller diameter lines run to the faucets. This should provide proper pouring resistance. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
What is the part number for the missing component mentioned by, "connections for two beer shanks"?
D T on Oct 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You'd be looking for a tail piece

washer

and wing nut for the shank. K030 is the washer

K087 is the wing nut

and K214 is the tail piece. Cheers! -Tyler
Can you sell a setup ready to go with everything included so that i olny need a keg of beer?
K G on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We don't have that as a single ready to go kit

however we'd be more than happy to help you locate and purchase all of the parts if you contact us by telephone.

Cheers

Gabe from NB
So the kegs are not in the cooler? Are the lines in the cooler enough to overcome Georgia summer heat?
M M on Aug 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, the kegs do not go into the cooler. You fill the cooler with ice. There is an aluminum cold plate that transfers the cooling directly to stainless steel lines, through which the beer is routed. The beer will be plenty cold once it comes out the faucets.

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