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Perlick Stainless Beer Faucet 630SS

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Brewmaster Draft Beer Faucets Perlick Stainless Beer Faucet 630SS

For you, The Discerning Kegger, these faucets are a thing of beauty. When you draw off a pint, they look good, operate smoothly, and don’t gum up. They are a breeze to take apart for sanitizing. These design benefits will have you sold on the lifetime value of these taps.

#1 Design benefit - Forward Sealing

The #1 feature of the Perlick faucet is its forward sealing design. Why is that so important? In an ordinary, rear-sealing faucet, the entire faucet must drain out of beer. There is actually a pin hole in the back of an ordinary faucet that allows beer to drain out. Because beer drains from the entire faucet the faucet remains sticky and is prone to contamination from the left over residue. The Perlick faucet, with its forward sealing design, only has beer drain from the short 1" nozzle section. This allows it to always operate smoothly (even when it was not cleaned between uses) and greatly reduces contamination.

#2 Design Benefit - Stainless Steel

Standard old school faucets are made of brass that is plated in chrome. The chrome plating wears off and the Brass can pit. This can result in flavor contamination when your beer runs over exposed brass and pits which usually harbor bacteria.

 

Removing your beer faucet

Use a facuet wrench, D1265, to remove a facuet from a shank or towers. The faucet wrench is specially made to grip onto the faucet collar without scratching or damaging it. In a pinch you can use channel lock pliers and a cloth to grip the faucet collar.

Faucet placement in a draft system - a caution

Okay so this may be common sense but we've seen it happen a few times. When deciding where to put your faucet make note that you may choose to get a larger, taller faucet handle in the future. Place your faucet in a location where it won't get hit, by a freezer door, by a cabinet door, or whatever else is around.  

If your draft faucet is stuck, first disconnect the keg from the beer line. Then remove the faucet from the shank or tower. Mix a small solution of PBW or BLC and hot water (approximately 140F), and let the faucet soak in for 30 minutes. Wearing rubber dish gloves remove the faucet and try moving the handle again. If it does not move yet, disassemble the faucet as much as you can and place it back in the PBW solution for another 30 minutes. If you don't have PBW (powdered brewery wash) or BLC (Beer Line Cleaner) try just using hot water.

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For you, The Discerning Kegger, these faucets are a thing of beauty. When you draw off a pint, they look…

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SKU D1218
Type Draft Beer Faucets
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For you, The Discerning Kegger, these faucets are a thing of beauty. When you draw off a pint, they look good, operate smoothly, and don’t gum up. They are a breeze to take apart for sanitizing. These design benefits will have you sold on the lifetime value of these taps.

#1 Design benefit - Forward Sealing

The #1 feature of the Perlick faucet is its forward sealing design. Why is that so important? In an ordinary, rear-sealing faucet, the entire faucet must drain out of beer. There is actually a pin hole in the back of an ordinary faucet that allows beer to drain out. Because beer drains from the entire faucet the faucet remains sticky and is prone to contamination from the left over residue. The Perlick faucet, with its forward sealing design, only has beer drain from the short 1" nozzle section. This allows it to always operate smoothly (even when it was not cleaned between uses) and greatly reduces contamination.

#2 Design Benefit - Stainless Steel

Standard old school faucets are made of brass that is plated in chrome. The chrome plating wears off and the Brass can pit. This can result in flavor contamination when your beer runs over exposed brass and pits which usually harbor bacteria.

 

Tips

Removing your beer faucet

Use a facuet wrench, D1265, to remove a facuet from a shank or towers. The faucet wrench is specially made to grip onto the faucet collar without scratching or damaging it. In a pinch you can use channel lock pliers and a cloth to grip the faucet collar.

Faucet placement in a draft system - a caution

Okay so this may be common sense but we've seen it happen a few times. When deciding where to put your faucet make note that you may choose to get a larger, taller faucet handle in the future. Place your faucet in a location where it won't get hit, by a freezer door, by a cabinet door, or whatever else is around.  

If your draft faucet is stuck, first disconnect the keg from the beer line. Then remove the faucet from the shank or tower. Mix a small solution of PBW or BLC and hot water (approximately 140F), and let the faucet soak in for 30 minutes. Wearing rubber dish gloves remove the faucet and try moving the handle again. If it does not move yet, disassemble the faucet as much as you can and place it back in the PBW solution for another 30 minutes. If you don't have PBW (powdered brewery wash) or BLC (Beer Line Cleaner) try just using hot water.

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