Beer Taps | Picnic Pumps | Party Pumps
|If you have a party coming up or just like to keep a keg on tap, one of our keg taps is perfect for you. From our deluxe keg taps to the budget friendly bronco pumps we have beer taps and keg pumps to fit anyone's style. |
Make sure you have the right party keg pump to match the beer keg you have. Not all brands of beer use the same type of valve in the keg. Each distinct system requires matching the appropriate keg coupler to the keg. Check our Tap and Valve Reference Guide to find the right tap for your keg.
|Keg Taps - D System|
"D" system keg tap is the most common system available in the US, also known as American Sankey. It is used by all the major breweries - Anheuser-Busch, Miller, Molson-Coors, and Labatt as well as most craft breweries. Visit our beer tap system guide for an expanded listing of beers that use the "D" system valve.
|Keg Taps - S System|
"S" system keg taps are used by many European breweries, also known as European Sankey. It has a longer, narrower probe than the "D" system keg tap. It is used by breweries such as Heineken, Becks, Amstel Light and Pilsner Urquell.
|European Keg Taps - A, G, & U Systems|
Party Keg Pumps for some of the great imports. Here you will find the Guinness beer tap as well as many of your other popular favorites. Now you can have more than the same old beer at your keg party.
|Twin Probe Beer Taps|
These couplers are compatible with Gold Star and Hoff-Stevens kegs and with certain micro brewery kegs. These keg couplers are not as common as others, but allow you to tap some of the less known and yet still outstanding beers out there.
|Party Pumps - Picnic Pumps|
Our Party Pumps and Picnic Pumps are perfect for a small single keg event. If you want an inexpensive way to get great draft beer to your guests, buy a Bronco or Pony Pump. All of our party pumps are budget friendly, long lasting, and will pour your beer like a professional draft system.
|CO2 Beer Pump Picnic Taps | Party Taps|
Wouldn't it be great if you could just put your beer mug in front of the tap and pour? Without pumping? Well, that day has come. Check out this CO2 beer pump that keeps the beer flowing at parties or in your home bar. You don't need a kegerator. Just attach to your keg for clean, fresh beer that is better than the unfiltered air pumps pump through the line into your beer mug.
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How do I setup a kegerator?
Of course, a set of clear instructions comes with any newly delivered kegerator that is fresh out of the box. If you get one second hand, you might have problems...Read More.
How do I get my beer lines clean?
One way to tell that your beer lines need cleaned is when you pour yourself a beer and end up with a foamy head. Of course, a foamy head is also the result of...Read More.
How do I convert my refrigerator to a kegerator?
Most of us beer enthusiasts have an extra refrigerator in the garage or somewhere around the house. Itís the phenomenon that takes place when our spouse has the dire need to...Read More.
What are some great wall tap ideas?
Since my first days as a beer enthusiast, well actually long before that, I have been dreaming of interesting ways to introduce beer taps and beer tap handles to the world...Read More.
How do I choose a kegerator?
Kegerators are pretty important for the complete home bar. Of course, you can always just convert an old refrigerator into a kegerator. But, there comes a time when you want the look of a professional home bar...Read More.
What checks do I make when I have foamy beer?
Of course, cleaning your beer lines would be the assumption you would make if you had excessive foam in the beer or if it starts tasting funny. But, thatís not always the case. Obviously, I would suggest...Read More.
How do I troubleshoot when I'm having trouble with my keg?
Most of the problems that develop with skunky beer out of your kegerator at home can be solved by doing only a few things. If you follow a troubleshooting checklist, you should never have any problems...Read More.
Are there certain taps for certain couplers?
This listing is for US domestically distributed kegs. Always verify with your local distributor the cooperage (keg and valve system) for the beer you intend to dispense...Read More.