Pint365 by Masons – Chrome and Black Finish

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Use a beer engine with a corny keg – easy 5 minute set up

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The Pint365 by Masons is the first easy to use real beer pump designed for home use.  Within just 5 minutes you will be pouring the perfect pint from either a Chrome or Brass Beer Pump. Out of the box it arrives with fittings to dispense from a corny ( AEB style ) keg, bag in a box and polypin meaning you can get up and running right away.


The clever part of Pint365 is the integrated check valve meaning that no oxygen is in contact with your beer. As Pint365 is an actual pump it will pull beer from a polypin or bag in a box and collapse the bag, as designed.

To use with a corny ( AEB ) style keg add the included disconnect to the end of the included insulated beer line and place the disconnect onto the keg post. Your beer needs to be carbonated just to cask levels, softly carbonated. Add a small amount of head pressure from your regulator, just a couple of PSI is fine.

Pint365 is totally versatile and can be used in your home bar, garage, garden, shed, man cave, we sell a wide range of accessories to make your Pint365 totally flexible.

Included in the box:

• Pint 365 Beer Pump (Beer Engine)
• Pipes to connect to your Box of Beer or Cider
• Sparklers to help pour the perfect pint
• Blanking Sparkler for between sessions
• Drip tray
• Instructions to set up Pint365

Please ensure you clean your pipes if you haven’t used your Pint365 for a while. We also Suggest you clean the pipes every time you change boxes of beer or cider, we recommend using the Sodium Percarbonate cleaner here

Additional information

Weight 30 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 8413200090

1 review for Pint365 by Masons – Chrome and Black Finish

  1. Martin Hudson (verified owner)

    Saw this at Brewcon and was amazed at the quality and simplicity that allows you to replicate at home a traditional English pub serving style. I had this set and was drinking a pint in under 2 minutes. Using the advice from the guys at The MaltMiller I set the keg to 2 psi and without being a big head the first pint drawn was as good as you would expect at your local. Now to convince the wife I need a second one.

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