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Welcome to the department of beer line fittings and beer tap connectors – those tiny little beer system parts whose job is to keep your draft beer system together, securely connecting all of its elements and ensuring a constant, unhindered flow of beer without any leaks.
Beverage Craft offers a wide variety of beer tap fittings guaranteed to fit your draft beer setup just right. Everything from 90-degree tailpieces to Y-fittings, we’ve got it in stock and ready for shipping.
Feel free to browse our selection by clicking on the items you’re interested in for more details, product images, and prices.
Not sure which hose fittings or connectors are right for your draft beer dispensing system? Let Beverage Craft specialists step in and help you make the right choice. Contact our team via live chat, email, or phone – we’ll be there in an instant to provide you with a professional consultation and assistance.
Understanding which beer lines and fittings you might need requires a bit of knowledge about the draft beer system in general – what components it consists of, how they are connected, and how it all works together.
A typical draft beer system would include the following elements:
Gas tank (CO2 or nitrogen can be used depending on the type of the beer)
Gas regulator (ideally, both primary and secondary gas regulators are required)
Air line (a food-grade PVC tube)
Beer line (a food-grade PVC tube that typically runs for about 5 feet for direct-draw beer systems)
Shank (a small metal tube that anchors your draft beer tower faucet solidly to the refrigerator wall or draft beer tower)
Draft beer tower
Beer line connectors
Here are the points where the elements of a draft beer system connect to each other and where you might require keg connectors and kegerator fittings:
CO2 tank – CO2 regulator connection
CO2 regulator – air line connection
Air line – keg coupler connection
Beer line – keg coupler connection
Beer line – shank connection
Shank – faucet connection
Depending on your particular draft beer dispensing setup, you may need a different type of keg connector fittings. In case of kegerator beer line replacement, a keg hose connector is also required.
Beer pipe fittings (also known as keg fittings) connect the dispensing equipment to the kegs, ensuring proper flow, sealing, and connection integrity between the keg and beer lines. The two arguably most important fittings are tail pieces and connectors.
Tail pieces are used to connect the trunk line to the faucet or shank. They usually have a barb or threaded end, allowing for a secure connection.
Connector join sections of a beer line together, allowing for easy installation and disassembly. They are available in various sizes and types, such as barbed, push-fit, or threaded connectors.
Beer gas line fittings are used to connect the gas supply, typically CO2 or nitrogen (N2), to the keg in order to maintain the proper pressure required for dispensing beer. CO2 quick connect fittings are used for Cornelius kegs.
Gas line fittings should be properly sized, compatible with the gas supply, and regularly inspected for wear and tear to maintain the integrity and safety of the beer dispensing system.
We offer a wide variety of draft beer hose fittings and connectors that go with them, including the following items:
John Guest fittings
Beer line quick disconnect
Worm and stepless clamps
Assorted beer fittings and connectors for various types of connections
If you are looking for for the best beer line tubing or a particular type of fittings and haven’t found it on our website, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about availability. We have new arrivals every week and are always here to help.