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KegWorks - ITEM # 811B-20

Double Faucet Jockey Box - 120' Stainless Steel Coils - Faucet Hardware Kit

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$609.99

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If you're a true party pro, it's time to ditch the bare bones hand-pumped keg and step up to this draft-dispensing dynamo, the double faucet jockey box!


    Overview

    Whether you're a camper, setting up for an event, or just want to get a better dispensing system for your next party, this double faucet beer jockey box kit is a big step up from your standard keg.

    This 48 quart cooler has a fully-functional draft beer faucet and shank pre-assembled in its side. The two included 120-foot stainless steel jockey box coils should be kept in an ice bath to provide an ultimate refreshing experience with each effortless pour. These extra long coils allow for extreme cooling of your beer as it travels 120 feet instead of the standard 50, and a larger surface area of the coils are in contact with the ice water.

    Perfect for one-day parties or catered affairs, jockey boxes are a dream come true for anyone looking for a way to set their event apart. To fully connect your jockey box, you'll also need beer line, a CO2 tank, a CO2 regulator, and a keg coupler to match the brand of beer you'll be serving.

    To use, make an ice bath for the coils of ice cubes and water. Set up your jockey box no more than 10 feet from your ice cold keg. Attach the beer line from the top of the keg coupler to the cooler coupling, and the air line from the outlet barb on the CO2 regulator to other side of the coupler. Adjust the keg regulator to 40-60 PSI based on your setup. Keep both the jockey box coils and cold throughout to avoid foaming (no more than 40° F).

    Be sure to wash out your lines and coils after each use, just as you would normally clean your beer lines. Check out our jockey box instructions and tips for more information on completing your setup.

    Please note: We offer many different jockey box setups. To see the full selection and match your needs exactly, please click here.

    Features
    • Perfect for easy dispensing at parties or events
    • Pour two separate beers with two faucets available
    • Faucet and shank come pre-assembled into side
    • 120' coil allows for extreme cooling of your beer
    • Ultra-portable for maximum convenience
    • Dispense beer without a hand pump
    • Stainless steel coil keeps beer cold and will not corrode over time
    • Includes drain for easy disposal of water
    • Beer line, air line, regulator, and CO2 tank sold separately

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    Specifications
    Specs
    • Dimensions with drain: 24”W x 15”H x 14”D
    • Cooler: 48 qt
    • Coil Dimensions: 120’L x 9 1/2” OD
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    WARNING: This product contains a chemical(s) which is known to the state of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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    Browse 24 questions Browse 24 questions and 61 answers
    Hi, I have a few questions.
    Wich is the minimum and average temperature that the beer will be dispense by cooling it with ice ?. If I use the two steels coils connected each other and to a single faucet, will the temperature be lower?
    Also, wich is the best way to cool the steels coils? - just ice, or ice and water?
    Finally, how long does the ice hold approximately?
    regards
    matiasinf on Jan 11, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You cool it with ice water. I fill with ice and then water.
    There is enough length in on coil to cool from 90+ to 32 on July 4. It will stay cold until the ice melts, if in the shade this is usually a couple of days as there is no reason to open the cooler so it melts quite slowly.

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