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Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™ - Ball Lock

$34.99

SKU# K512

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Introducing the easiest way to serve draft beer, ever! The Draft Brewer® Snap Tap ™ is the most portable and party-ready way to share beer on tap.

Ready-out-of-the-box, the Snap Tap™ is a top-grade beer faucet that pops right on your ball lock keg to instantly get the brew flowing. This tidy little tool is ultra-portable, using minimal space and eliminating the hassle of tangled tubing. Like a miniature portable kegerator.

Keep serving simple and keep the party going with the compact, easy-to-use Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™.

Required but not included: a Ball-Lock Keg, CO2 Cylinder, and CO2 Regulator with gas line.

The Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™ works great with our Draft Brewer® keg systems.

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Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™ - Ball Lock

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With fast, easy set-up, this party-ready tap makes sharing easier than ever. You don’t have to fiddle with tubing, figuring out where to wrap it to keep it off the ground. Better yet, your beer won’t get warm sitting in draft lines. With the Snap Tap™, brew stays in the keg until the moment you pour a cold one.

Quick and easy-to-clean, just give the tubing-free Snap Tap™ a quick rinse with water and you’re good to go! No more draft lines filled with old beer. Plus, the parts easily disassemble by hand for when you want to give it a deep clean.

The Snap Tap™ is easier for guests, too. Just pull the tap handle forward and beer comes out. Keep serving simple and keep the party going with the compact, easy-to-use Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™.

Includes:
Beer Faucet with Tap Handle
Beer Faucet to Disconnect Adapter with Faucet Coupling Nut. 
Ball-Lock Liquid Disconnect

Note: when serving from the Snap Tap™, keep beer cold & serving pressure to a minimum to prevent foaming.

Required but not included: a Ball-Lock Keg, CO2 Cylinder, and CO2 Regulator with gas line.

The Draft Brewer® Snap Tap™ works great with our Draft Brewer® keg systems.

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Reviews
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EASY TO USE
Nothing that is hard to understand about hooking it up. Worked great the first time. Love it
September 12, 2017
Purchased
6 months ago
drips beer
The tap is high quality but it drips badly after you pour a beer. Good as a picnic tap for my 3 gallon keg but you need put a bucket under it.
March 20, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
helps with Special Events
If you are not using commercial kegs, this little guy makes event setup much easier.
February 22, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Will be getting more
Nice to use, fast, and easy. you dot wast any from the beer in the hose going flat.
January 16, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Draft Brewer snap-tap
Nifty little tap that I bought for my 1.75gal keg that works great. Really happy with it!
August 28, 2016
Great purchase
Works better than any I've ever had. Worth every cent.
June 27, 2016
Easy to use
Upgraded my picnic tap to this and am very pleased with it. Easy to assemble and clean, easy to dispense. No more tubing to deal with. I will put one on my other keg as soon as I fill it
June 21, 2016
Cool product!
Works great.
April 23, 2016
These items where purchased as
These items where purchased as a gift for my husband who has started home brewing. He was very happy wth the gift and the quality
April 4, 2016
Snap on Ball Lock tap
This is my 2nd snap on tap and I have been very please with them. They pour great and I recommend you turn the pressure dow to 5 psi when serving as the instructions show. Also after every use soak them in some cleaner for a couple of hours to keep parts from getting sticky. Recommened.
March 1, 2016
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Hi. How does the faucet part attach to the disconnect part? It looks like there is a fitting that screws onto the MPF threads of the disconnect on one end and then into the faucet on the other end. This would mean that the faucet could be put onto another disconnect if the original breaks, etc. Is this the case? Thanks!
Hoobie S on Mar 29, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: The best way to think about the tap is top break it down into two components. First is the snap part which attaches to the keg. The snap part has a male screw end that attaches to the faucet piece, they can be screwed and unscrewed together/apart with ease. So yes, if it breaks you can replace either part. Hope this answers your question
Does this work with the Perlick 650SS flow control faucet without any modifications or additional purchases?
A shopper on Jan 18, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: It does not, sorry. The flow control has too much spacing between the threads that it can not screw down tight enough on the snap tap. The normal perlick does but the flow control can only be used with standard shanks/towers.
Anyone else have a problem with theirs leaking and not staying closed? I lost all co2 and a good amount of beer.
Joshua T on Mar 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have several of these, and have never experienced this issue. The key is making sure that all of the connections are tight, and that the faucet is assembled such that it is fully closed when in the shut position to avoid any leaking of beer. I'm not sure how issues with the faucet could result in loss of all your CO2, unless the tap ran until the keg was empty, and the gas continued to flow even after there was no more beer to push out. If your tank emptied before the keg ran dry, it was probably close to being kicked.
Can I get this for a pin lock?
B R on Feb 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, sorry. You can get the parts you need to make it, though, or you could get it and switch the keg fitting to Pin-Lock yourself. That way, you'd have both Pin-Lock and Ball-Lock capabilities. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
How tall does this sit on the keg? Is it 3-4" tall?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It does rise a good 4 inches above the keg with the handle included.
What is the difference between this Brewer Snap tap and the wine tap other than price?
D E on May 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Doug,

The wine snap tap is stainless steel where as this one is chrome plated.

Cheers!
Will this work with the growler filler?
T L on Apr 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes! The Snap Tap uses the standard faucets, (SKU K021), so the Growler Filler ( SKU K346 ) will work great with it. -Mike W, Northern Brewer

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