Below is a table that details the dimensions and volume that each of our mini kegs and growlers can hold. The 1st table is heights with the screw cap only (this is always included, even when you get a keg with tap system).
If using the iKegger 2.0 you can remove the spout and regulator at any point too, this is the lowest height option and still allows full function.
If using a double ball lock spear you can detach the tap, hose or regulator at any point for storage and reconnect to pour.
Free Shipping Option: Australian orders over $249 that don't include oversize or weight items (like fermenters & 19L kegs) will see a Free Shipping option at checkout. Unfortunately we can't offer free shipping if your cart includes these items due to the wildly varying shipping cost depending on your order and location.
Paid Shipping Options: All customers (including those orders excluded from free shipping) will also be given a live quote from Auspost Standard & Express services. These include full transit insurance which the free option doesn't and will usually be faster.
Handling Time:We aim to dispatch within 24 hours, usually same day if order is placed before 1pm. Auspost does not pick up on weekends so orders placed after 1pm Friday will be dispatched on Monday.
Expected Shipping Times
East Coast and Capital Cities: Usually delivered within 2-5 working days after dispatch.
WA, NT, SA, TAS, and Regional Areas: Generally delivered within 5-8 working days after dispatch.
Please note that transit time is handled by Australia Post, and delays are rare but possible. We're committed to assisting you in case of any delivery hiccups.
Warranty & Returns
Returns & Warranty
Change of Mind: 30 days
Warranty: Up to 5 Years
We do our best to pack quickly and accurately and we sell gear that's virtually unbreakable. However there is always going to be some exceptions. How we deal with those is where iKegger shines!
These taps are specifically designed for Stout and Nitro Coffee systems.
They have an action that allows pulling the handle forward for a continuous pour or pushing back for a burst of dense head.
They are more difficult to knock accidentally than other beer taps as they are spring-loaded to stay closed.
The liquid is forced through a nozzle on the tap with a restrictor plate in it. This is a circular disc with 5 small holes in it.
By forcing the liquid through these holes the dissolved Nitrogen is separated and as it releases into the glass it forms the cascading style head made famous by Guinness.
If the tap isn't flowing and everything else seems to be fine (keg is pressurised etc) then likely some sediment has blocked these tiny holes, remove the spout of the tap and clean them out to continue pouring.
You can use this as a normal beer tap by removing this restrictor from the spout.
The tap alone is for connecting to your existing system, it matches commonly available shanks and fonts. You can also use the drop-down menu to choose options for connecting directly to a keg with a steel or plastic connection.
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