Tapcooler Counter Pressure Can Filing Station via Great FermentationsMore Info
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The Tapcooler revolutionized counter pressure filling your bottles, and now they’ve done the same thing for cans! Introducing the Tapcooler Counter Pressure Can Filling Station! This product comes with all the items you need to counter pressure fill your cans of homebrew (works with standard 202 end cans). All you you need is your beer, some cans and lids, and a can seamer.
Counter Pressure filling is the #1 way to fill cans of your homebrew, directly from your kegging system. Fill cans for that hiking trip, vacation, or just a few to send home with friends and family. The Tapcooler is quick and easy to use, and will help maintain the flavor, aroma, and carbonation level of your beer so it tastes the same out of the can as it would out of the tap.
ONLY WORKS WITH STANDARD 202 END CANS! YOU WILL ALSO NEED CANS AND A CAN SEALER.
The table clamp design allows you to setup the can filler to almost any table with a flat/smooth surface. In addition, the clamp provides a tight seal on the cans while filling. The can filling seal is clear silicone that includes a flange that directs spills along the outside of the can to help with the mess. The included beer valve connector allows you to hookup directly to your corny keg, and the drain tube allows for any excess beer filling to be redirected from the Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) to another vessel such as a growler or bucket.
A counter pressure filler is better than most solutions, as the can is under pressure while the carbonated beer flows in. Because the interior of the can is pressurized there is minimal loss of the CO2 in solution.
Connecting your CO2 line is also a snap. The complete kit includes the Tapcooler gas ball lock adapter (item #GF884) which gives you the ability to attach a gas (grey) disconnect directly to the filler unit.
With the Tapcooler design, your beer AND CO2 are filled from the bottom of the can through the telescoping connection tube. First CO2 flows down into the bottom of the can to flush from the bottom up. Next you open beer valve beer flows down the same tube, filling from the bottom up. The result is a more effective purging of oxygen and little to no foam during the filling process
The telescoping connection tube allows you to fill cans of various sizes (still requires standard 202 ends).
The filler features a push button CO2 purge valve which allows you to purge the can of oxygen before & after filling. It also includes an adjustable pressure relief valve, giving you the ability to change the filling speed. The pressure relief valve also acts as an overflow port for excess beer/foam to escape when filling.
One of our most favorite features of the Tapcooler, is that is super easy to clean. Cleaning other fillers can be a chore and take lots of time. The Tapcooler comes apart easily and allows you to clean all parts effectively and easily after each use.
All metal parts that come into contact with your beer, are made of stainless steel (SS304). The barb and ball lock CO2 adaptors are made of aluminium.
Tapcooler Counter pressure filler
CO2 ball lock adapter
Beer valve keg connector
Table mount and table clamp
Clear silicone can seal
DOES NOT INCLUDE can(s) and a can seamer
- The Tapcooler can connect directly to your compatible forward sealing faucet (Ultratap, Vent-Matic, Perlick 600 series and Intertap – Review) and allows you to easily counter fill bottles directly from the tap!
- This Complete Kit gets you the Tapcooler + the Accessories you’ll need to use it with your compatible home canner.
- Learn More about the Tapcooler! Hands on Review: Tapcooler Counter Pressure Bottle Filler for Forward Sealing Faucets!
- Homebrew Canning System Review! Hands on Review: Kegland Cannular Bench Top Can Seamer – Can Your Homebrew
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