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Counterpressure Filler

$69.99

SKU# 7206

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Transfer chilled, carbonated beer from a keg to a bottle with minimal foaming and CO2 loss. Requires tubing kit (#7207), sold separately.

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$69.99

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Counter-pressure bottling allows you to transfer chilled, carbonated beer from a keg to a bottle with minimal foaming and CO2 loss. This CPF has three valves - one to purge an empty beer bottle with CO2, one to control gas flow to push the beer, and one to control liquid flow of beer from keg to bottle. Includes complete instructions.

Needed but not included is the tubing kit (#7207) which connects the filler to any draft system with 1/4-inch MFL threaded connections.

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Good product with one weak spot.
Great once I learned how to use it. Pressure relief valve broke before the 3rd use. I went to the hardware store and shelled out an extra $14 to keep it alive which I was kinda pissed about. Other than that it does it's job.
August 10, 2017
Purchased
7 months ago
Great product
I like it. Once you figure out the CO2- beer flow it's amazing.
July 18, 2017
Purchased
8 months ago
It works. It bends a bit though, so be careful not to kink the tube.

June 5, 2017
Purchased
9 months ago
Rubber Stopper
This works great except for the rubber stopper. Just go ahead and buy a new stopper before you use this even once. The stopper is to small and will fall into any size bottle.
May 2, 2016
It works as advertised
It works as advertised
November 23, 2015
Works great
Like everyone says, takes a few bottles to figure it out, but then it works like a dream.
October 1, 2015
Not bad but tricky to use
It's awesome to have but the rubber stopper gets stuck and lost inside the mouth of 22 oz bombers. Luckily the rubber stopper from my fermenator fit perfectly. The tricky part is pulling the device off of the bottle and getting the cap crimped before the pressure release catches up to you and sprays sticky beer all over the place. I'm still happy I have the filler.
September 30, 2015
beats the blichmann beer gun
I've been using the beer gun for the past few years, with lots of foam and lost beer, especially when that darn rubber tip falls off. This counterpressure filler is great. I bottled two corny kegs and probably lost a cup of beer. Wasn't the fasted time I've ever bottled two kegs but was much easier with much less mess and waste.
April 7, 2015
Works great, a little slow though
Was debating between this filler of a beer gun and went with this one since it will have the least amount of carbonation lost.There is a learning curve with this as you figure out your pattern of which valves to open and close and when.My first mistake was not tightening the sliding portion onto the filling tube resulting in gas leaking out from the top but it still worked ok. After I figured that out everything was as advertised.Next the two main errors were leaving the co2 valve open while trying to fill which results in bubbles and then leaving the beer flow on when pulling the stopper out which results in a beer shower. By then end of two cases my wife and I had it down though.
February 5, 2014
18,000 Bottles and counting
A lot of the reviews about this filler are negative, if you want to fill carbonated beer into bottles, you should know how carbonated beer works first. It is a poor craftsman who blames his tools. I've bottled over 18,000 (yes, eighteen thousand) bottles of a variety of beers with this exact filler. I'll admit, the first day I bathed in porter, but I didn't give up. I slowed down and started from very low psi and worked up. I can do roughly 120 bottles per hour but, I know my beer and I am patient with my filler. I do know that it will run for ever. I now use Meheen fillers but I would not have them if it weren't for my CPF. Cheers!
June 20, 2013
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Why doesn't beer come out of the relief valve?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It will come out of the relief valve if you don't close it once beer reaches the top of the bottle. It is tricky to use, and don't get distracted. When you open the relief valve it reduces the pressure in the bottle so beer will flow in. When you close the relief valve the pressure is equalized and the beer doesn't flow. When the bottle is full close all valves (with all three of your hands) then release the pressure in the bottle by opening the relief valve, then remove and cap.
Are all surfaces that contact the beer stainless? I have heard that brass isn't good for beer.
A shopper on Mar 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There is only a tiny little surface that is brass probably one inch long, the rest is stainless. I doubt it makes a difference.
Is there a pressure regulator and pressure gauge available for the counterpressure filler?
F O on Jul 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is not specifically. You could probably set up something DIY with any pressure gauges, but we do not find such a modification necessary for proper use.
Hi,
Can you ship a counter pressure filer to Germany? What would the shipping be?
Thanks,
Lance
B R on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am sorry. We are only able to ship to addresses in the United States. There are a few forwarding companies out there though

that provide you with a U.S. address and we can ship to that. From there

they will be responsible for the package and any necessary documents required for shipping it to you. An online search should give you some options

if that is something you would like to pursue.

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