- Product Details
From brewing engineer John Blichmann comes this innovative bottle filler. More ergonomic and less complex than a traditional counter-pressure filler with multiple valves, the BeerGun™ features intuitive one-handed operation - just pull the trigger!
The BeerGun™ purges a bottle with CO2 gas from a draft system and then transfers carbonated beer from a keg into the purged bottle with minimal foaming, preserving a high level of the beer's carbonation. It is extremely simple to clean and set up. Everything that touches the beer is stainless steel, and includes 10 feet of 3/16" ID hose and a cleaning brush.
Needed but not included is a BeerGun™ Accessory Kit, which includes necessary tubing and fittings.
Also needed but not included is a tee or wye adapter to split the gas line between the keg and the CO2 supply. We recommend a wye adapter (#K035) and a 1/4" MFL shutoff valve (#K038) added to your regulator. Or upgrade your kegerator/keezer with a gas distribution manifold. Always have an extra CO2 port on hand!
The BeerGun™ easily integrates with our Draft Brewer® Twin Keg System or Draft Brewer® Flex Keg System.
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- 4.0 / 5.031 ReviewsBeer Gungreat product and service. Had to purchase a few extra items to attach and make bottling more efficient. Be sure to chill the bottles first and turn down the pressure to the keg - fill at a rate of about 15-20 seconds per bottle. Works great.November 22, 2015Best way to bottleI am an avid kegger and have yet to bottle a batch. It is so hard to share when all of my beer is in kegs and yes all my friends as all of your friends think home brew means free beer. Any way, this beer gun is very easy to use and does such a good job of keeping carbonation and making bottling of any amount of beer fast. I will even use it to bottle full batches when I run out of kegs. I do suggest getting all of the extra parts, it will make hooking the gun and keg up to co2 at the same time much easier.December 28, 2011Cant get any easierI got this as a birthday present and just in time for a batch I wanted to bottle. I didn't get the accessory kit but bottled 5 gallons without it. In my opinion you don't really need the extra kit.After playing around with it for a minute it worked great. If you have kegs and ever want to bottle this is the way to go. I turned my psi to 5 and there was almost no foam at all. For future brews all you have to do is hook up the gun to the keg and bottle as many as you would like for transporting. I don't plan on bottling with sugar ever again after this bad boy.January 24, 2012Awesome productI was a little nervous about the beer gun and how well it would work, but it works perfect. I bought it specifically to fill up growlers and have the beer stay fresh. It works perfectly, just blow out the growler with the CO2 button, fill it up with beer and top if off with another CO2 blast on top of the beer. Cap it and your beer will last for a good while. Its also easier than I thought to clean.October 27, 2013Excellent product - follow the directionsI've just used my beer gun for the second time and I'm very pleased with it. The necessity of chilling your bottles cannot be overemphasized if you want to avoid excessive foaming. I had to stop and re-chill my bottles part way through as the bottles were warming to room temp and the foam was increasing exponentially.March 21, 2013Awesome productThis device makes bottling so quick and easy. Last night I had about a gallon left in a keg that simply would not stop leaking. I hooked up the hoses, put some bombers in a bucket of StarSan and was finished bottling in just a matter of minutes. I normally chill the bottles ahead of time, but did not that time and had no problems with foam. I performed a minor mod on mine when I got it. I added a 1/4 MLF X Sleeve Compression for 1/4 Tube, so I did not have to mess with forcing the liquid hose onto the tube. It works very well.August 3, 2013great product. needs the accessory kit includedThis gun filled my bottles with absolutely no foam. The only problem is that I already had all the hoses, and co2 distributor port in my leggings system. I assumed all of the pieces for the gun itself would be included I was wrong. THE CO2 BARB THAT IS NEEDED WAS NOT INCLUDED. I went to home depot and picked up the barb for $2.50. I would pay 100 dollars for a complete kit. Bad marketing guys. Think about this and get it right.December 29, 2011Leaking beer gunTry switching the lines on the beer gun, you might have the co2 and the beer port swappedDecember 9, 2011great productused gun twice in last week works great Low pressure is key to good performance .Clean up is breeze . makes bottling easyJanuary 21, 2012
- Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 5 answersCan I use this with nitrogen instead of CO2? And what pressure would you recommend if so? I'm planning to bottle coffee, not beer, so carbonation is not my concern.BEST ANSWER: If you are not worried about carbonation then there should be no problem using Nitrogen instead of CO2. When bottling beer, the pressure needs to be as low as possible (around 4 psi) to avoid foaming too much. With coffee...I would do the same. Just apply enough psi to move the liquid. Too psi much will add oxygen which will shorten shelf life.What products are used in your video? So I can purchase the whole package instead of guessing :)BEST ANSWER: The video shows the Beergun, The BeerGun Accessory Kit, and a 2 way CO2 distributor.I have a dual tap kegerator with the Corny keg attachments. Can I just use the other gas line in stead of buying a distributor?BEST ANSWER: Yes you can! As long as you can supply a gas feed to the keg and into the beer gun, you should not really need anything else. Cheers!Do you sell the rubber tip? I need a replacement tip for mine.BEST ANSWER: We can special order them from Blichmann but the order will need to be placed over the phone with customer service at 1-800-681-2739Will this work with The Blichmann BeerGun?BeerGun Stainless Bottle Filler