Tap a Draft

Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:32 pm

Any thoughts on the Tap a Draft system? I searched the forums, and did not see much on this. I am not able to get setup for kegging, I can do bottles, but I was looking for another way. I ran across this, and have read several reviews over these. Some I have read say they leak and do not seal. Just curious what you guys think for someone like me who is starting out for 5 gallon batches. My brew kettle is 10.5 gallons, so I will be doing a full 5 gallon batch. Not sure if it would be almost cheaper to just bottle my beer. Either way is cool with me, just looking for opinions from some brew vets ;-)


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Re: Tap a Draft

Wed Sep 25, 2013 11:19 pm

Bottle it.

My $0.02.

I want change.
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Re: Tap a Draft

Fri Sep 27, 2013 7:20 pm

Ozwald wrote:Bottle it.

My $0.02.

I want change.



Yeah, I have heard its shitty, and they leak! Looks like I will bottle it then 8)
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Re: Tap a Draft

Sat Sep 28, 2013 3:51 am

Don't waste your money. I had one a couple of years back. Constantly leaked and degassed. Great customer service though, they did replace it for me three times
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