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Collection: Beer Keg Party Pump

How to use a party pump?

  1. Prepare the keg: Ensure that the keg is properly chilled and positioned in a stable location. Make sure the keg is not shaken or disturbed before tapping.

  2. Clean the tap: Before using the party pump, clean the tap and the surrounding area to maintain hygiene and prevent contamination. Use a clean cloth or disinfectant wipe to wipe down the tap and remove any dirt or debris.

  3. Attach the tap: Remove the cap or cover from the keg's valve, which is where the beer is dispensed. Align the party pump's tap with the keg's valve and push it firmly into place. Make sure it is securely attached.

  4. Pumping: Start pumping the handle of the party pump up and down to build pressure inside the keg. This action pressurizes the keg and forces the beer to flow out through the tap.

  5. Control flow: Adjust the flow rate by partially opening the faucet or tap handle on the party pump. This allows you to control the speed at which the beer is dispensed. Remember to pour slowly to avoid excessive foam.

  6. Serve and enjoy: Place a beer glass or cup under the tap, tilted at an angle, to minimize foaming. Open the tap fully and allow the beer to flow into the glass. Adjust the angle of the glass as needed to prevent excessive foam. Fill the glass to the desired level.

  7. Repeat as needed: Continue pumping and dispensing beer as long as there is pressure in the keg and beer available. If the flow slows down or stops, you may need to pump the handle again to maintain pressure.

  8. Clean up: After use, remove the tap from the keg by pulling it straight out. Clean the tap and any other parts that came into contact with the beer. Properly dispose of any remaining beer or empty kegs.

Remember to drink responsibly and follow any specific instructions or guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the party pump or the keg.