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Perlick 650SS Faucet, Beer, Sanitary, Flow

3.5
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NZ$ 244.00
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Description

  • Convert your beer lines to use with homebrew
  • Easy swap design between your sanke tap and homebrew disconnects
  • Features made of chrome plated brass, innovative flow control knob, extended spout for easy growler fills and forward seating for sanitation

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Customer Reviews

Helps for easy balancingFirst off, packing cane in great condition and seems to be well built. I currently have a cheap keggermeister kegerator with basic Chinese parts. A common lroblem of mine was that any psi over 4 was pouring all foam. Hence, the reason I really wanting a flow control instead of balancing with new lines. Upon removing the old spout there was a huge packing spring that neither the manual or any site said there would be. There was also a packing spring in the coupler. Once removed and adding the new spout I have so far had no foam issues and the flow control is great for quickly balancing my lines for better back pressure. If you have a cheap kegerator I would unhook the spout it came with and make sure there isn t a huge spring in it. This is not supposed to be there and I believe to be most of my flaming issues since this would greatly agitate the beer. Overall, a great oroduct and would definitely recommend it. 5Perlic are the bestI switched from a regular beer faucets to Perlick.Perlick faucets are the best and the flow control is a nice feature for the more lively heady beers.Simple more sanitary design then a standard faucet.The flow control is more work to clean than a 525 but lets you reduce foam and gives a nicer draw.Faucet locks area a pain and do not work with the flow control faucet and not very effectively with 525 Perlick faucets.For security I use ASIN: B0002COQRO beer line keg shut off valves.For security I just close the valves and lock the cabinet door.I only need to keep track of 1 key and don't have to deal with jammed locks.I have a triple draft tower with 3 Perlick faucets 1 flow control and 2 regular 525ss'. 5I will replace all of my taps with thisThis is a superior product. The flow control all but eliminates foam. I like to run my IPAs at a high pressure (14lbs+) and this allows me to dial back the flow rate. As a result, the beer that is sitting in the lines (and filling with air pockets wherever the hose bends downward) doesn't come rushing through and create the turbulence that initially fills your glass with foam before dispensing beer. The tighter angle of the spout means that beer comes out at a more downward angle. This makes it easier to fill as well.It's a little bit tricky to explain how to use it to friends (and gets more difficult as the night gets on) so I generally leave it set to about 1/3rd open and don't tell them about it.It takes about %50 longer to clean but so what? 5really the most awesome tap you can getreally the most awesome tap you can get, highly recommend, it did not fix my foam issues, but it is nice bandaid.Key to reduce foam in my experience is ensure the beer line is VERY cold all they way to the tap. IMO your taps should feel cold/cool to the touch always this indicates good refridgeration up to the tap. Anything less will mean you will have too high temps for the 1st bit of beer, resulting in foam from 1st pours 5Great faucets!!!These faucets are great and they look good too. The flow control helps smooth foam from tap beer from kegerators which don't have close temperature control and don't pour frequently like faucets in a bar.I bought 4 and on one of them the flow control lever worked backwards (found it was improperly assembled). Easy to fix, about a 2 minute job. They do take a little more work to disassemble and clean than standard faucets, but if you run your line cleaning solution through the faucets you don't have to disassemble them very often.Perlicks are the best. If you have Micro-Matic or an off-brand Chinese faucet, try these. You won't believe the improvement. 5I know this is a nice piece of hardware and it was well made but ...I was hoping to reduce the amount of foam while serving beer from my kegerator. The valve inside this seemed to create more foam. I know this is a nice piece of hardware and it was well made but it did not work the way I had hoped. I may not have had it set up correctly but I assumed it is supposed to regulate the flow at the tap so that you can maintain carbonating pressure in the keg an be able to serve at a normal flow with no foam. The way I run my keg now is to bleed off the pressure in the keg and lower the CO2 down to 4psi then when I'm not serving it turn the pressure back up to 12psi to maintain carbonation. I don't know... 2(even to a trickle) and get a good pour the first timeGet these. They're worth it. I have some problematic beers, and being able to adjust the flow rate has definitely helped. Sure, I could just pour a glass of foam, let it settle, and pour again until full. ...or I can also slow it down, (even to a trickle) and get a good pour the first time. Yes, slowing it down a lot makes for a really slow pour, but the foam is controllable. I'm combining this with some other solutions I'm making for the foam trouble. This isn't the miracle solution to all foam problems. But it does help! 5Problems with foamy pours?Even when my faucets were pouring well I used to have to pour off a little beer at the beginning of each pour to avoid having too much foam. With this faucet you just turn off the flow control valve, crack the tap handle, and slowly open the flow control valve. If you start getting too much foam just back it down a bit. No more wasted beer. I probably could have solved my issues other ways but this was an easy fix. It results in slower pours, but I'm not running a pub so it makes no difference to me how long it takes to pour a perfect beer every time. I ordered one to try it out and bought a second within a few days.I have a Beverage-Air BM-23 with a two tap tower. This faucet extends slightly further than my other faucet which gives a little more room for the tap handles to move. They used to hit each other if I didn't have them turned just right.It arrived with a rubber gasket inside the area where the faucet attaches to the shank. My shank also had a rubber gasket and with both it would not seat onto the shank far enough for the threads to catch. I removed the gasket on the faucet and it fit with no leaks. 5Stop the foam and enjoy the beerMy wife bought me a Nostalgia Electric kegerator and it has always had a problem with foam. I was always pulling out the keg and adjusting the gas so the beer would just barely flow, and then adjusting it back up when it would stop running. This faucet fixed all the problems. You just move the side lever to adjust the flow and to control any foam issues. Now it's a full glass of beer with the perfect head of foam. Very well made faucet and I've read that the design keeps the faucet cleaner than the standard units, not sure how that works but clean is good. I have also noticed that even at full flow it seems there is less foam, not sure if that's because of the longer spigot (nose) or what. 5Far exceeded my expectationsI have a beer machine that has always been plagued with foamy pours. I've lived with it for years and I keep a 2 liter pitcher on it four 'foam pour off". When friends are over on a football Sunday, that pitcher is filled with bad pours. I read some reviews of this faucet and decided to go for it.Awesome! I can tweak the flow as I'm pouring and now I get a perfect beer every time. No joke. If the keg hasn't been used in an hour, I can adjust the flow way back to get rid of foam build up. In fact, after hours with no beer, I adjust the flow to almost zero and turn it up as I'm pouring. The 'pour off' pitcher is gone! Well worth the extra $10. This gets my highest recommendation. 5
Perlick 650SS Faucet, Beer, Sanitary, Flow

Perlick 650SS Faucet, Beer, Sanitary, Flow

3.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 244.00
Sale price
NZ$ 244.00
Regular price
NZ$ 406.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (NZ$ 162.00)