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Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet

$ 241.79
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet
  • Brewmaster Jockey Boxes Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet

Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet

Draft boxes (also called Jockey boxes) are portable dispensing systems used to cool beer as it travels in-line from your keg to the faucet. Our draft box design is especially useful for the homebrewer! You can take it camping, tailgating, or just pull it out when the gang is over. It’s not too heavy to lug around, it’s sturdy, and it’s easy to clean! Add ice water to the cooler, & your beer will pour cold for hours!

This system cools a greater volume of beer, and cools it faster. The coil will hold approximately 33 oz of beer at a time. The larger diameter coil offers less resistance, which lets you push the beer with less applied pressure. These boxes require about same pressure you use in a typical kegerator, making it easy to take a keg from your kegerator to the picnic and back without having to worry about the carbonation level or serving pressure of the keg.
You will need to purchase the appropriate keg connections for your needs, be it commercial or homebrew quick disconnects. You will also need a CO2 system to push the beer out of your kegs.

Tips For Best Results:

  • It is much more likely for a beer left at a high psi to overcarbonate (become foamy) than a beer left at a low psi to lose carbonation. The reason is that gas will always keep coming from the regulator until the gas/beer pressure have reached an equilibrium, so over time the high psi setting becomes the pressure in the beer. However, for a beer to lose carbonation it has to come out of solution into the headspace in the keg. Because the headspace is limited, only so much CO2 can come out, and the keg pressure will not drop all the way down to the lower regulator pressure on its own. This is the reason that if you have overcarbonated a beer you have to repeatedly vent the keg, reducing the pressure in the headspace to 0, and allowing more gas to escape from the beer.
  • For the best performance when using a draft box, tests have shown that ice water is actually the most effective at cooling the coils. So, as the ice melts, DO NOT OPEN THE VALVE ON THE COOLER. Draft boxes with Cooling Plates (stainless coil embedded in aluminum) are designed to work with the valve open, ours is not.

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    Draft Jockey Box - 2 Faucet

    Draft boxes (also called Jockey boxes) are portable dispensing systems used to cool beer as it travels in-line from your keg to the faucet. Our draft box design is especially useful for the homebrewer! You can take it camping, tailgating, or just pull it out when the gang is over. It’s not too heavy to lug around, it’s sturdy, and it’s easy to clean! Add ice water to the cooler, & your beer will pour cold for hours!

    This system cools a greater volume of beer, and cools it faster. The coil will hold approximately 33 oz of beer at a time. The larger diameter coil offers less resistance, which lets you push the beer with less applied pressure. These boxes require about same pressure you use in a typical kegerator, making it easy to take a keg from your kegerator to the picnic and back without having to worry about the carbonation level or serving pressure of the keg.
    You will need to purchase the appropriate keg connections for your needs, be it commercial or homebrew quick disconnects. You will also need a CO2 system to push the beer out of your kegs.

    Tips For Best Results:

    • It is much more likely for a beer left at a high psi to overcarbonate (become foamy) than a beer left at a low psi to lose carbonation. The reason is that gas will always keep coming from the regulator until the gas/beer pressure have reached an equilibrium, so over time the high psi setting becomes the pressure in the beer. However, for a beer to lose carbonation it has to come out of solution into the headspace in the keg. Because the headspace is limited, only so much CO2 can come out, and the keg pressure will not drop all the way down to the lower regulator pressure on its own. This is the reason that if you have overcarbonated a beer you have to repeatedly vent the keg, reducing the pressure in the headspace to 0, and allowing more gas to escape from the beer.
    • For the best performance when using a draft box, tests have shown that ice water is actually the most effective at cooling the coils. So, as the ice melts, DO NOT OPEN THE VALVE ON THE COOLER. Draft boxes with Cooling Plates (stainless coil embedded in aluminum) are designed to work with the valve open, ours is not.
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