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Keg Mounted NukaTap Flow Control - Mk1

£45.00 Regular price £58.00
We do 2 types of keg mounted Nukatap Flow Control - this one (mk1) fits well on all types of keg. The Mk2 version only fit well onto our kegs that don't have a complete rubber top.   
This tap will fit all types of Corny Keg, Mini keg and Fermzillas.
Comes with:
  • NukaTap Flow Control Tap - stainless steel
  • Handle (long)
  • Beer out disconnect MFL
  • MFL tap shank adapter
  • 7 in 1 kegging tool
  • Spring (fitting optional)
This tap can be used with the interchangeable spouts also available from our shop.
For mounting directly on a ball lock beer out post - on corny style kegs or mini-kegs. 
Flow control allows control of foam which would be an issue with a standard tap. 
 
Note: We add a keg tool in the box as the shank collar will need tightening to make the seal leak free. The keg tool makes this easy to do.
 
 
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Keg Mounted NukaTap Flow Control - Mk1

£45.00 Regular price £58.00
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