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KegWorks - ITEM # 770

Hoff-Stevens Keg Coupler - Twin Probe

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This item is on backorder and will ship when it’s available.

Still using an older Hoff-Stevens barrel? We have the brand new keg coupler you need, complete with stainless steel twin probes.


    Great draft beer never goes out of style. If you’re using the classic Hoff-Stevens keg, then you’ll need this specialized keg coupler to get the beer flowing.

    The keg coupler is important because it connects the gas tank to your keg. This allows pressurized gas to enter the keg, which pushes beer through the beer line and eventually to the faucet.

    This keg coupler is designed for Hoff-Stevens kegs, sometimes referred to as the Twin Probe system. This valve style was common on kegs before brewers switched over to the US Sankey (D System). While it’s used on a limited basis commercially, many homebrewers still use this type of coupler on older barrels.

    What makes this keg coupler truly unique is the twin probes that are inserted into the keg. The probes are made of stainless steel, which guarantees exceptional durability and protects the flavor of your beer (not added metallic taste).

    When you order this item, you’ll get a brand new Hoff-Stevens keg coupler – not a refurbished product. Please check with your beer retailer first to see if this is the coupler you need. Please note: there are no returns of this keg coupler.

  • Hoff-Stevens keg coupler
  • Connects the gas tank, keg, and beer lines to allow for pressurized dispensing
  • Hard-to-find-part for older, mostly discontinued keg type
  • Great from homebrewers
  • Twin-probes made from stainless steel
  • Durable, corrosion-resistant
  • Protects flavor of your beer
  • Brand new – not refurbished
  • Check with your beer retailer before purchasing
  • Not eligible for returns
  • Free Expert Support


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    • System: Twin Probe (Hoff-Stevens)
    • Stainless steel probes
    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
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    Need this for a keg of birch beer I ordered.
    Bill S on May 9, 2018
    Need this for a keg of birch beer I ordered.
    Bill S on May 9, 2018
    The beer I like is only available in kegs with this type of tap.
    Tim M on Nov 4, 2015
    The beer I like is only available in kegs with this type of tap.
    Tim M on Nov 4, 2015
    I am using a twin probe to tap a root beer keg. It worked for a while, but now nothing comes out. What should I check or adjust? (I have an American Sankey connector on this same CO2 bottle, and that side works fine, so pressure should be good)
    Jupe H on Nov 10, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: That happened to me once, and I untapped the keg, cleaned the head out completely, made sure I was getting CO2 through the one-way valve in the head (that valve can get sticky and stop the flow of gas to the keg) and then retapped the keg and it worked fine after that. You might need to tighten down more on the connector between the head and the keg too...if that connection is not tight enough either your pressure will dissipate or the product will not flow. Hope this helps.
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