Ultratap Stainless Steel Forward Sealing Beer and Wine Faucet
UltraTap: No sticking. No turbulence. Just perfect pours, every time.
From the inventor of the original Intertap comes Ultratap: the very latest in forward-sealing, laminar flow faucets.
Ratchet up the anticipation. Ultratap’s patented, laser-precision manufacturing techniques ensure the best pour on the market. This newly-engineered, forward-sealing faucet keeps your beer fresher and won’t leave a residue on the inside of the tap. The unique internal design, featuring ultra smooth surfaces and a perfectly-honed horizontal piston, minimizes micro eddies in the liquid’s flow and prevents uneven wear and tear on internal o-rings.
When serving up a perfect pint, your faucet makes all the difference: the speed of the pour, the fragrant collar of foam. Standard back-sealing faucets stick and corrode over time, which ruins the pour, and thus the overall drinking experience…before it’s even begun.
Strength in simplicity. Solid stainless steel construction. Fewer parts than other forward-sealing faucets.
Each Ultratap includes black economy-style tap handle
K444, 42808, 42807
I had cheap faucets before I bought these. Makes a HUGE difference to have forward sealing faucets. I'll keep my old cheap ones for portable rigs but for an installed system, these are the way to go! They don't stick after not being used for a day or two. Pick these up and save yourself the hassle of faucets that stick.
Installed it on my double tap kegerator and so far works flawlessly. Very happy with it. The spouts hooked up to a milk stout i brewed and works great.
I have two of these and was very happy with them at first. Good, clean pours, and never have to worry about them sticking. However, consistent with the mixed reviews that I am reading here, one of mine works absolutely perfectly, while the other one has always been a bit finicky and tricky to get closed after a pour. I have just had to be careful and hold it closed for a few seconds and watch it closely for drips before walking away. However, despite my best efforts, I had an incident recently where it stayed ever so slightly open and it dripped for 24 hours. Came home from work, and found the drip tray was full, and it had run down the side of the kegerator and I had beer all over the floor. For reference, I probably only lost about 2 pints of beer, which tells you how slowly it leaks and how difficult it is to monitor.
I like it less waste.
Sucks. Opened on its own, put 4.5gallons of Ace of Spades all over the floor and carpet.