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Do you want to serve perfect pints of nitrogenated beers every time? The cascading nitrogen bubbles coming from a classic Irish stout come to mind, as do other styles, such as IPAs, imperial red ales, and classic British pub ales that are sometimes served on nitrogen. To pour these beers perfectly, you need a stout faucet...and we've got just the one for you! This stout faucet is the same classic faucet design that Guinness is poured from at your favorite traditional Irish and British pubs. In addition, many bars and restaurants use this style for pouring any nitrogenated beers! Featuring a stainless steel straight nozzle with a stainless steel restrictor plate that forces the beer to come out creamy and smooth, the design allows for pulling forward to pour beer and pulling back to give a creamy froth to the beer. Use with beer gas to achieve that perfect pour!

This faucet features a chrome plated body, with a stainless steel restrictor disk and nozzle.

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stout faucet
I like this faucet. It feels solid, pours a good stout, has good leverage, and looks great. The only thing I was slightly disappointed about is that the handle does not push back the other direction to provide lower flow, as you see in some bars.
Apr 11, 2018  |  By Jesse

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