Race cask ventilator
#11045 An automatic hard and soft spile that can be used AFTER the cask has been properly vented. Only allows air to enter the cask when beer is dispensed otherwise the cask is sealed. The advantage is that it alleviates the need for hard spiling at the end of a session and extends the life of the beer by another day or so. Will allow excess gas to escape if pressure builds. Reusable.
Barrel Venting Peg
#11070 Used when the cask is particularly lively. Permits the initial venting by controlling escape of beer.
#40030 Cask Breather
Utilised to extend the life of cask ale by replacing the head space with CO2 at atmospheric pressure. Just attach in line from your CO2 regulator which should be set at about 5 psi. The cask breather can be used for multiple casks.
NOTE: If dispensing a cask in the traditional way i.e. horizontally, you will require the cask breather spigot 11072. If using with the cask widge i.e. vertically. the spigot is not needed.
NOTE2: If using a cask breather with gravity dispense, as the volume of beer diminishes so will the flow rate to the point that it will stop before the cask is empty. At this point we suggest connecting the CO2 directly to the breather spigot with the lowest pressure possible.
#33050 Autotilt Stillage
All purpose autotilting stillage for use with cask sizes 9 to 11 gallons. Unique five coil springs for smooth lift every time. Lifetime mechanical warranty (which even covers the springs). The most versatile cask handling system available. 18 gallons (kilderkin) springs available. To see the autotilt in action click here.