Faucets and Trays
Beer’s last stop before the glass. A quality faucet provides the perfect pour every time. This category contains faucets, tap handles and drip trays.
Used to attach a faucet to a shank, holding the two firmly together. Uses a low profile outer socket to create a sleek appearance to the faucet. A faucet wrench is recommended for use with this product.
Stainless Steel drip tray with removable grill. Provides a place to rest glassware beneath a faucet and prevents drippings from staining a floor or counter top. Mounts to any surface using standard screws. Does not self drain.
Simple, black handle for kegerator faucets. Screws directly onto the top of a standard beer faucet.
This is the bulkhead that runs through a kegerator door. There is a barb on one end for attaching beer line and a threaded nut for attaching a faucet to the other. It is 3-1/2 ” long with a 3/16″ bore.
A special wrench designed to lock into faucet nuts. Makes the task of joining and separating faucets and shanks much easier.
A standard size faucet for dispensing beer from a kegerator. Attaches directly to a faucet shank in the fridge door.
A standard size faucet for dispensing beer from a kegerator. Attaches directly to a faucet shank in the fridge door. Stainless steel construction improves sanitary conditions and makes this faucet easier to clean.
Used for covering up a kegerator faucet to keep out air or insects. Plugging the ends of your faucets can help reduce the appearance of fruit flies, which are attracted to even small amounts of leftover beer. A small bristle brush on the end can be used to clean out the faucet before or after use.
A portable tapping rig that connects directly to a soda keg. This unit sits on top of the keg and pours directly from an attached faucet, eliminating the need for a hose and picnic dispenser. This product dispenses only and does not supply gas to the keg. Available for use with either Ball-Lock or Pin-Lock kegs.
A handheld tap for kegging on the go. This black plastic faucet is a cheap alternative to mounting taps onto a fridge door. Also known as the cobra tap.
Used together with a hanger bolt to create custom tap handles. The ferrule screws into the bolt on one side, attaching it to the handle, then screws into the faucet on the other side to mount it on. Adds an ornate touch to any handle. Available in a shiny silver color or polished brass.
Used to mount ferrules to a tap handle, this bolt has a different size threading on each end. The top end is a large screw threading that bores directly into any wooden handle and holds fast. The bottom end is a smaller threading that screws into a tap handle ferrule, enabling the handle to attach to a faucet. This bolt is necessary for making custom tap handles with an ornate metal ferrule on the bottom.
Used for making custom tap handles, this bolt has a different size threading on the inside and outside of the bolt. The outside of the bolt has a large screw threading and slots for a screw driver, making it easy to embed into any wooden handle. The inside has a smaller threading that screws onto the faucet, securing it tightly. This insert is not as ornate as the ferrules, but it is simpler to install and does not require additional parts.
A decorative wooden tap handle that screws directly onto the top of a standard beer faucet.. Makes opening and closing the faucet easier.
Low profile faucet shank setup with a 90 degree turn. Designed to fit in a faucet tower without worry of crimping the beverage hose.