How To & Feature Videos | iKegger Growler and Keg Systems
OUR HOMEMADE PRODUCT VIDEO
We had some fun putting this video together in an effort to show some of the key features of our iKegger range. We aren't professional cinematographers by any stretch of the imagination but we think it turned out pretty well, what do you think?
Unboxing and Assembly Of The Double Ender Tap
We quickly show you what each of the items in your tap system box are as well as how to assemble it. Also some brief notes on the best practise way to fill from growler stations. Most important note: Ensure the regulator is turned off before inserting gas. The word OFF should be aligned with the glass gauge on the front before inserting any gas canister.
Assembling and using the iKegger Double Ender Spear and Tap System
Unboxing and Assembly of The Picnic Tap
We quickly show you what each of the items in your tap system box are as well as how to assemble it. Also some brief notes on the best practise way to fill from growler stations. Most Important Note: When using the CO2 injector only do short bursts of gas while holding the tap open, leaving the tap closed and injecting gas will over pressurise the keg and only end up pouring foam.
Filling Sterilised Kegs From A Fermenter
DAISY CHAINING OUR KEGS TOGETHER OR WITH A 19L
The video below shows how you can link a 19L keg with one of our 4L kegs to always have a 12 pack of beer ready to take with you at a moments notice. It also allows you to clean and refill your 19L while still leaving the last 4L of beer on tap in your kegerator.
THE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY REGULATOR
Our new regulator comes with all systems, we no longer stock or supply the older kegking style ones. The standard regulator just reduces the gas pressure of a canister (700psi) down to beer serving pressure of 3-7psi. It is however not very suited to maintaining that over time and must be manually adjusted. This new regulator is set and forget, it will maintain the internal pressure at whatever you set it at indefinitely.
SPACE SAVING IN FRIDGE / ESKY: STUBBIES VS IKEGGER
Our 4L kegs take up half the weight and volume of bottles for the same amount of beer, the video below shows how much space the equivalent of 72 stubbies (a whole 23L homebrew) takes up in the fridge. Also how you can pour a beer with the kegs lying down using one of our flexi tap kits.
OUR GROWLERS KEEP THE BEER COLD
A time-lapse showing the difference in temperature of our showing the temperature of our ultimate growler vs a standard glass growler during an Australian summers day at the beach... Guess who wins?!
POURING WITH THE FLEXI TAP
Using the flexi tap system is quick and easy, plus they are a lot cheaper than the steel tapping options
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Size & Volume Guide
Below is a table that details the dimensions and volume that each of our kegs and growlers can hold and includes the height of each of the taps. Please ensure you consider the height of both the vessel and tap. Saying that any of the taps can be removed at any time to allow you to store the keg lying down (or standing if you have room) This will leave the keg with a spear on it (this has the valves that the tap connects to) this adds 6cm to the height of a keg alone.
Height (Keg Alone)
Height (With Pluto Gun)
Height (With Standard Nitro Tap)
Height (With Flow Control Tap and Steel Disconnect)