A Look At: Intertap Faucets and Accessories!

Intertap Faucets are a forward sealing faucet similar to the Perlicks. Intertap Faucets have a unique modular, threaded spout design which can fit a variety of different attachments including a growler filler, stout spout and ball lock post

There are four different faucets available: Chrome plated, stainless steel, stainless steel with flow control, and gold plated stainless steel with flow control.

It’s time for my kegerator to get an upgrade.  I purchased four of these faucets to replace my older Perlicks and also picked up the stout spout and ball lock connector.

Here’s a first look at these faucets and accessories.  Look for a full review in the near future.

I went with the forward sealing stainless steel Intertap.  Other styles are also available.

A look at the front of the faucet

Close up of the front

Side view

Side view

One of the cool design features of these faucets is their modular design.  The spout is threaded and interchanges with other spouts and accessories.  Here is the standard spout removed from the faucet body.

A look at the inside of the faucet body.  Notice the o-ring.  That’s there to create a good seal with spouts and accessories.

Stout spout installed

Ball lock body installed.  This allows you to fill kegs directly from your faucet.  You could also rig up jumpers and more.  One thought I had was to rig up CO2 line and use this for flushing with CO2 prior to beer transfer.  That would allow you to flush the entire beer line along with the keg.  Since this feeds to your liquid out tube, you would be purging from the bottom up.

Close up of the ball lock post accessory.

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One thought on “A Look At: Intertap Faucets and Accessories!

  1. Jose

    Using the ball lock adapter to fill the keg is interesting – but the most interesting use I’ve seen has been to connect it to a beer gun – no need disconnect the keg, etc.


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