Bottom-Pour Beer Faucet ExtenderSTOP POURING YOUR PROFITS DOWN THE DRAIN
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The Bottom-Pour faucet extender eliminates the creation of unwanted foamy beer by minimizing flow turbulence with a bottom-of-the-container fill method. The beer head formed is always a consistent 1/2 to 1 inch thick.
Here is how it works: The Bottom-Pour faucet extender slips into the end of your existing beer faucet. It moves the dispense point closer to the bottom of the container, decreasing agitation of the beer during the pour to eliminate excessive foaming.
This faucet extender is available in two lengths ... a 3" extender for $24.95 and a 5-1/2" extender for $34.95. The shorter extender is often used when glasses, mugs or cups is the more popular beer container. The longer extender is ideal for establishments that serves more pitchers or growlers.
Bottom-Pour easily attaches to the end of a standard beer faucet or a MicroMatic 304 beer faucet to help bartenders pour draft beer with less foam. Be aware that Bottom-Pour will not fit into the Perlick 500-series, 600-series or Stout beer faucets.
Bottom-Pour Beer Faucet Extender Guide Chart
MicroMatic 304 Series
Perlick 500 Series Bottom Nut 7/8" Across
Perlick 600 Series Bottom Nut 1-1/8" Across
This ingenious device should pay for itself in less than 12 glasses of beer by reducing the creation of foamy beer that inevitably gets poured down the drain. Bottom-Pour is so effective it has been implemented in major restaurant chains and was promoted on Spike TV's Bar Rescue program.
IMPORTANT TIP BEFORE ORDERING THE LONGER BOTTOM-POUR BEER FAUCET EXTENDER: Add 5-1/2" to the bottom of the beer faucet using a pencil or straw and see if there is enough room above the drip tray to insert your glasses and pitchers before pouring. It typically requires 5 inches of space to easily move your glasses and pitchers in and out from under the beer faucet. If there is not enough space with the 5-1/2" extender, you will need to order the shorter 3" extender.
Quantity discounts are available for minimum purchases of 6 and 12 extenders. Note that the Bottom-Pour will not prevent foaming created from beer dispensing system problems like warm beer temperature or incorrect gas pressure.
1. Hold the Bottom-Pour extender with the slot on top facing out towards you below the beer faucet.
2. Insert the slot end into beer faucet and gently tap with a rubber mallet (if available) until the slot is completely hidden by the spigot of the beer faucet.
1. Place the glass under the Bottom-Pour faucet extender. The extender should be as close as possible to the bottom of the glass, pitcher or growler. The edge of the extender should also be close to the side of the glass.
2. Open the beer faucet handle and pour beer keeping the Bottom-Pour extender in the glass until the pour is complete.
3. With Bottom-Pour, you may be able to pour beer faster by increasing the applied gas pressure to the keg. Before doing this, check with your beer distributor to make sure you have the proper blend of gas to prevent over-carbonation of the beer.