Foam-Free Tubing Kit - Pin Lock Version

$14.99

SKU# KX09

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Replace those old lines or simply expand your kegerator/keezer with this easy to use, pre-assembled kit.

Contains a pin lock liquid/out disconnect, a plastic faucet head, 5 feet of 3/16" tubing. This causes a flow resistance of 10 psi and reduces foam in the glass. The perfect solution for a portable draft system or if you're not ready to install faucets on your kegerator.

Also available with a Ball Lock Disconnect (KX05).

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$14.99

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Contains a pin lock liquid/out disconnect, a plastic faucet head, 5 feet of 3/16" tubing. This causes a flow resistance of 10 psi and reduces foam in the glass. The perfect solution for a portable draft system or if you're not ready to install faucets on your kegerator.

Also available with a Ball Lock Disconnect (KX05).

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Exactly what I needed.
I haven't yet summoned the gumption to build a collar for my keezer so cobra taps were the order of the day. I ordered two and could not be more pleased. Perfect pour from two of the three beers I've tapped. The one I'm having issues with may just be overcarbonated but it's a wheat beer so the head retention is insane. I'm incredibly satisfied with this solution.
August 19, 2013
Works Great
Perfect draft every time. What more needs to be said.
September 11, 2011
Works great!
This works exactly as it is mentioned. Although, don't attempt to use above 20psi you will have foam. Meaning when using with warmer beers
October 11, 2016
Worked for me
Until I convert my fridge to a kegerator it's a quick and easily solution -- or perfect for a picnic tap.
March 1, 2016
Great extra to have around
I use this when I have both kegs carbed. That way when friends are over they can try both beers on tap since I only have one perlic tap. Just remember to open fully when pouring or you will get a lot of foam.
October 25, 2013
Watch for leaks!
Only one problem with this product, without a clamp supporting the faucet head, I ended up with a keezer full of homebrew. Add the clamp and this product is golden.
September 4, 2013
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I picked this up so that I could share my brew with family over Thanksgiving. Every glass that we poured was full foam (it was embarrassing) Is there something that I'm doing wrong? Anything I can do to decrease foaming? We wound up pouring it by the pitcher and then letting it sit for 10 minutes to settle out. I'm using it again at a work party in 2 days, so I want to solve my issue before I start pouring.
K E on Dec 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Just as Scott B mentioned, you will want to make certain that you open the tap fully (not part way as that will cause foaming). Also ensure that your beer is cold and at an adequate serving pressure for that temperature.

If you are still experiencing foaming after both of those things, it is possible that your beer is over carbonated. Letting the keg sit warm for a couple days and venting off the head space pressure may help resolve that.

We're always available to help troubleshoot your carbonation issues if you would like to contact us directly.

Cheers,

Gabe from NB

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