Intertap Chrome Plated Faucet

All the staff at KJ has these taps installed on their keg fridges. The beer pours smooth, without all of the annoying foam that other taps tend to create. 

When customers mention their brand new keg fridge is pouring foamy beer, the first thing we ask is what tap is installed. 99% of the time they have the standard tap that comes on all fridges. A simple tap change to an Intertap dramatically reduces foam and makes pints taste crisper. 


Typically most beer taps use a rear sealing design and the beer in the tap drains from the body of the tap with the help from a vent hole drilled at the front of the tap.  This drainage hole is a dark and wet cavity and is an ideal place for airborne bacteria and wild yeast to reproduce leaving a foul film that deteriorates the quality of your beer.  Every time the faucet is opened contamination occurs.

Now, when you close your Intertap™ tap, the forward sealing design shuts off the flow at the front of the tap which in turn keeps wild yeast and bacteria out of the interior of the tap body.