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Guinness Kegerator Conversion Kit - Stout Faucet - U System - No Tank

Item # ES840-LC

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By popular demand we have put together a refrigerator conversion kit for dispensing Draught Guinness! Be the envy of all your friends!



By popular demand – a refrigerator conversion kit for dispensing draught Guinness! This kit comes with just about everything you need to turn a fridge into a kegerator that serves draft Guinness.

Don’t limit yourself to Guinness in cans and bottles at home. Set up a genuine Guinness dispensing kegerator and you can enjoy all the deliciousness of a perfect pint of the black stuff while you’re sitting in your underwear.

Please note: Does not include mixed gas tank. Dispensing Guinness requires a mix of 75% Nitrogen and 25% CO2. Before you order your tank, it’s important to find a local gas retailer that services this mix in the style of tank you’ve purchased (CO2 or Nitrogen).

Ask them what their specs are for mixed gas filling, including: size (cubic footage), rating (i.e. 2015) and type of valve head used (CO2 or Nitrogen).

  • Turn a fridge into a Guinness kegerator
  • It’s simple and our experts are here to help
  • All parts, except air tank included

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Im building a bad a** keg system
Nicholas K on Oct 25, 2015
Im building a bad a** keg system
Nicholas K on Oct 25, 2015
Would this faucet accommodate a conversion for an actual Guinness tap handle? The handles I see seem to have a threaded bolt sticking out from the bottom of them.
Bryan L on Oct 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Bryan, I'm hoping that I understand your question correctly. I bought this conversion kit, as well as an actual Guinness tap handle and it is compatible.

The most difficult element is finding a company that will sell you the mixed gas in a 5lb bottle so that it'll fit inside your kegolator and be same temp as the beer. Other issue is finding anything smaller than a half keg - that could be a regional issue, but they don't sell pony kegs (1/6).