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TAPPED - ITEM # 3PERLICKBLKIRON

Draft Beer Tower - Black Iron - Triple Tap - Perlick 630SS Faucet

$1,270.99

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Made of black iron with a certain industrial elegance, this triple tap draft beer tower features premium Perlick faucets for dependable pouring.


    Overview

    Add some industrial elegance to your space with this unique triple tap draft beer tower.

    Featuring three pre-installed premium Perlick 630SS draft beer faucets, you can count on this tower to offer plenty of solid pouring performance.

    The classy black iron construction offers an appearance that's both modern and rustic all at once, making it a perfect choice for any bar or restaurant.

    Don't settle for subpar pouring. Get your triple tap draft beer tower with Perlick faucets today!

    Features
    • Modern industrial look 

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    Specifications
    Specs
    • Base Diameter: 6 1/2"
    • Height: 14 3/4"
    • Width of Tower Top: 19 1/4"
    Includes

    1 Triple Tap Tower

    100% Stainless Steel Contact

    5 feet of beer line with connectors to attach to coupler 

    (3) Perlick 630SS Draft Beer Faucets

    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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    It looks exactly as it does in the picture. Definitely something unique. Mine is in a man cave and love it. Get the Perlick taps, you won’t be disappointed.
    October 25, 2017
    NC, US
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    1 year ago
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    I was looking for something rustic and different. This item is perfect
    Nicholas P on Oct 19, 2017
    I was looking for something rustic and different. This item is perfect
    Nicholas P on Oct 19, 2017
    How to replace the beer line?
    A shopper on Oct 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I bought one over the summer. The line is pretty much in there when you buy it because it has foam sprayed into it to keep the outside from getting condensation. You get about 5 feet or so unless you special order it. In theory you could unscrew it and replace them from the front if you had to.
    I have an outdoor kegarator under a granite bar. The kegarator is in a covered pavilion--so it doesn't get rained on but is exposed to elements. Also, because there is space between the granite countertop and top of kegarator, I had to use a PVC pipe inside the tower and into top of kegarator with foam to fill cracks. Three questions: 1) is this tower suitable for outdoor; 2) will the tower fit over a PVC pipe; and 3) how do I fasten the tower to a granite counter top?
    GUY B on May 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Guy,

    I can give you my experience for #3 based on mounting it to the top of a tiled bar. I picked up some diamond encrusted hollow core drill bits of various sizes, and drilled a 2" center hole in the tile and under lying wood. Set the tapper centered up on the hole, marked with a sharpie where the 4 holes in the flange were on the bar; pulled the tapper back off and carefully drilled those holes for the bolts that hold the tapper to the bar top. Ran a bead of silicone caulk around the underside of the flange (clear in case it oozed out a bit) replaced the tap, dropped 4 bolts through with a washer between the tap flange and the bolt head and then used a washer and nut on the bottom to secure it. Not sure about the granite, but I made sure I used some water on the tile to reduce the potential for chipping. Was actually a bit easier than I though, and the diameter of the flange makes it a bit forgiving if you have a slight imperfection with the drilling. Had it up and running as soon as the caulking on the drip tray that I also installed at the same time dried. Hope this helps. Geoff
    What size drip tray would be recommended for this tap tower? Would 20 inch L by 5 inch W work?
    A shopper on Aug 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The tower width is 19 1/4". I would recommend going with a drip tray slightly longer. About 23" - 24" to account for splashes and spills. Cheers!
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