1. CO2 Tank
CO2 cylinders house the CO2 gas that is used to push beer from the keg through the beer line and out of the faucet. Generally speaking, it takes about a pound of CO2 to dispense a full size keg.
2. CO2 Regulator
A CO2 regulator helps you control the flow of gas from your CO2 tank to the keg, and tells you the volume.
3. Air Line Assembly
The air line assembly allows the CO2 to flow from the regulator into the keg, pushing beer out to the faucet.
4. Keg Coupler
Whether you plan on tapping an American D System keg or a European Import keg, we can provide you the correct coupler to fit your needs.
5. Jumper Line Assembly
The jumper line assembly connects the top of the keg coupler to the inlet on the back of the jockey box. It is necessary to get the beer from the keg into the jockey box.