Stainless Steel Float, Extended Dip Tube and and Silicone Tube

(5 customer reviews)

Turn a keg into a cask

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Stainless steel ball that acts as a float to hold the 60cm silicone dip tube on top of the beer inside a keg. This allows a ( Corny, AEB act. ) keg to be used as a cask, pulling clear beer from the top rather than sediment from the bottom. To enable this the original dip tube will need to be cut.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Country of Origin CN
HS Code 8481900090

5 reviews for Stainless Steel Float, Extended Dip Tube and and Silicone Tube

  1. knold (verified owner)

    It’s good but the supplied tubing should be one size bigger. It’s impossible to get the tube over the dip pipe with one hand inside the keg.

    • Robert Neale

      Hello, The tubing fits perfectly inside the tube not over the top, makes it much easier;)

  2. James Wilson (verified owner)

    I’ve used this when fermenting in a corny keg. After fermentation, dry hopping and a cold crash I can transfer only beer to the serving keg under CO2 pressure. No hops, no trub transferred.

    I should add that I used 6.5mm ID silicon tube attached to a gas dip tube.

  3. Jan Rowley (verified owner)

    Really pleased with this, I’m buying another for my second keg. I found it easy enough to fit after stretching the silicone a bit by fitting it to the stainless steel gas dip tube outside the keg first. After that it went on again much more easily once inside the keg.

  4. Jim Bailey (verified owner)

    Seems obvious now, but be sure to fill the tube with liquid before you connect to shortened beer out tube and small tube under float. Simple physics but I pulled a lot of CO2 from the floating tube before I realised. Also no issues fitting tubing over either bit – maybe they have increased the size in response to other reviewers?

  5. DavidAJack83

    I’m looking to replace the tubing. Can someone tell me what thickness it is?

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