Enjoy the luxury of a draft beer in your own outdoor kitchen with an Arcadia Series keg tapper.
Our 15-inch keg tapper has a single faucet dispensing from a single 1/6 barrel keg. Choose from FSC-certified oiled ipe wood, charcoal gray powder-coated stainless steel, or a range of custom RAL powder coat colors to match the rest of your Arcadia cabinetry. In every finish, the unique four-board design runs across each Arcadia cabinet face, creating a strong horizontal theme across the entire facade and a clean, cohesive look.
- Available in two standard finish options: FSC-certified oiled ipe wood with brushed stainless steel
- Charcoal gray textured powder-coated stainless steel with brushed stainless steel
- Energy Star ® qualified
- Forced -air cooling for rapid cooldown and even temperature distribution
- Commercial-grade stainless steel interior
- 33°F to 39°F digital temperature adjustment
- Will hold one 1/6 pony keg
- CO2 tank (empty) and all connections included
- 3.0 cubic feet capacity
- Two-inch thick walls provide superior insulation and minimize vibrations
- Variable speed compressors for optimum balance of energy efficiency and cooling power
- Unprecedented 995 to 1985 BTUs of cooling power
- UL-approved for outdoor use
- 115V 60 Hz, single phase AC, 2.3 amps
- Left or right hinge
- European keg adapters available
- Single tap only
- Marine-grade stainless steel available as an option for clients who prefer additional corrosion resistance. Increases standard lead times by 2 weeks.
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