Keg Coupler List: Picking the Right Coupler for Your Favorite Beer

keg coupler list
A keg coupler is a key element of any draft beer system. It’s a small but vital piece of equipment that connects the gas and beer lines to your keg. Pressurized gas (either CO2 or nitrogen depending on the type of beer being dispensed) flows into the side of the keg coupler through an air line and the beer flows out through a beer line attached to the top. Check out this post for more information on how a keg coupler works or to troubleshoot common keg coupler problems.

Even though all keg couplers are similar in appearance and function, you’ll need to make sure you’ve got the right style for the keg you want to tap. Use the chart below to determine which keg coupler type corresponds with your favorite beer. Can’t find the beer you’re looking for? Ask your local distributor which coupler you should use!

A Style Keg Coupler
D Style Keg Coupler
G Style Keg Coupler
M Style Keg Coupler
S Style Keg Coupler
U Style Keg Coupler
Keg Coupler Quick Reference Chart
Beer Brand Coupler Type
Abbot Ale G
Abby White U
Abita Amber D
Abita Golden D
Abita Light D
Abita Purple Haze D
Abita Turbodog D
ACME Brown Ale D
ACME Pale Ale D
Alaskan Amber D
Alaskan ESB D
Alaskan Pale Ale D
Alaskan Smoked Porter D
Alaskan Stout D
Alaskan Winter Ale D
Alexander Keith D
Allagash Curieux D
Allagash Dubbel D
Allagash Four D
Allagash Grand Cru D
Allagash Musette D
Allagash Tripel D
Allagash Victoria Ale D
Allagash White D
Amstel S
Amstel Light S
Anchor Liberty Ale G
Anchor Porter G
Anchor Steam G
Anderson Valley Belks Bitter D
Anderson Valley Boont Amber D
Anderson Valley Hop Ottin IPA D
Anderson Valley Poleeko Gold D
Asahi S
Aventinus Eisbock M
Avery Hog Heaven D
Avery IPA D
Avery IPA Cask D
Avery Karma Ale D
Avery Maharaja D
Avery Old Jubilation D
Avery Reverend D
Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel A
Ayinger Bräu-Hell A
Ayinger Bräu-Weisse A
Ayinger Celebrator A
Ayinger Frühlingsbier (Springtime Beer) A
Ayinger Jahrhundert-Bier A
Ayinger Kirta-Halbe (Pint of Country Fair) A
Ayinger Liebhard’s Kellerbier A
Ayinger Premium-Pils A
Ayinger Ur-Weisse (Traditional Wheat) A
Ayinger Winter-Bock (Winter “Buck”Beer) A
Bad Frog – BAD Light D
Bad Frog Golden- Amber Lager D
Bad Frog Micro-Malt D
Bass Pale Ale D
Bavik Pilsner A
Bay Hawk Chocolate Porter D
BayHawk Amber Ale D
BayHawk California Pale Ale (CPA) D
BayHawk Hefeweizen D
BayHawk Honey Blonde D
BayHawk OC Lager D
BBC Long Beach Crude D
BBC Marathon D
BBC Strawberry Blonde D
BBC Top Sail D
Beck’s D
Beck’s Dark D
Beck’s Premier Light D
Belhaven 80 Shilling S
Belhaven Best S
Belhaven Best Extra Cold S
Belhaven St. Andrews Ale S
Belle-Vue S
Bemish D
Binchoise Reserve S
Bitburger Pilsner A
Black Dog D
Blackthorne Cider G
Blanche de Chambly D
Blue Moon D
Boddingtons Pub Ale G
Breckenridge D
Brooklyn Brown Ale D
Brooklyn East India Pale Ale D
Brooklyn Lager D
Brooklyn Pennant Ale 55 D
Brooklyn Pilsner D
Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin Ale D
Brooklyn Weisse D
Bruin Pale Ale D
Bud Dry D
Bud Ice D
Bud Ice Light D
Bud Light D
Budweiser D
Budweiser Select D
Bull Falls D
Busch D
Caffrey’s G
California Cider Ace Pear G
Cantillon Rose (Belgium) S
Caracole Nostradamus D
Carlsberg S
Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) D
Castle Maine D
Caybrew D
Caylight D
Celis D
Chimay A
Cider Jack D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Below Deck D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Loose Cannon D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Peg Leg Stout D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Red Sky at Night D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Small Craft Warning D
Clipper City Heavy Seas Winter Storm D
Clipper City Phillip Amber Ale D
Columbia Brewing D
Coors D
Coors Light D
Corona D
Corsendonk Brown S
Corsendonk Christmas Ale S
Corsendonk Pale S
Custom Brewcrafters D
Cuvee Meilleurs Voeux A
De Dolle Arabier A
De Dolle Special Extra Export Stout A
De Dolle Stille Nacht A
De Dolle Teve A
De Koninck Ale (Belgium) S
Delirium Nocturnum S
Delirium Noel S
Delirium Tremens (Belgium) S
Des Rocs Grand Cru D
Deschutes Black Butte D
Devil Mountain D
Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA D
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA D
Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale D
Dortmunder Union S
Dos Equis Amber D
Dos Equis Lager D
Double Diamond S
Dry Blackthorn G
Duchesse de Bourgogne D
El River Brewing D
Einbecker M
Ellicottville D
Erdinger Hefetrub Weisse S
Estrella Damm S
Eurobrew Hobgoblin Draft D
Eurobrew Monty Python Draft D
Fat Tire D
Firehouse D
Firestone Double Barrel Ale D
Firestone Lager D
Firestone Pale Ale D
Firestone Walker’s Ale D
Fischer A
Flying Dog D
Foret Org Sais Ale D
Foster’s D
Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse A
Full Sail Amber Ale D
Full Sail Pale Ale D
Fuller’s ESB G
Fuller’s London Pride G
Genesee D
George Killian’s Irish Red D
Goose Island D
Gordon Biersch Hefeweizen D
Gordon Biersch Marzen D
Gouden S
Grant’s D
Great Divide D
Green Line Pale Ale D
Green Mountain Cidery D
Grimbergen Dubbel A
Grolsch G
Guinness Stout U
Hacker-Pschorr Weisse A
Hahn S
Hamms D
Hard Core Cider D
Harp U
Harpoon D
Heineken S
Henry Weinhard’s D
High Falls D
Highland D
Hoegaarden White A
Hofbrau S
Holy Cow Red D
Hornsby’s D
Houblon Chouffe IPA Tripel A
Hudson Valley D
Humboldt Hemp Ale D
Humboldt IPA D
Humboldt Pale Ale D
Humboldt Red Nectar Ale D
Ice House D
Innis and Gunn G
Iron Shore Bock D
Isenbeck A
J.G. Ale D
John Courage S
JW Lee’s Chouffe A
Kasteel Biere du Chat Brown S
Kilkenny U
Killarneyv D
Killian’s Irish Red D
Kirin Ichiban D
Kokaneev D
Krombacher A
Kronenbourg 1664 A
La Chouffe A
La Gnomette A
Labatt Blue D
Lagunitas D
Land Shark Lager D
Lands Ends Amber (Kannah Creek Brewing Co.) D
Leffe S
Left Hand D
Leinenkugel D
Lindeman’s Framboise S
Lindeman’s Peche S
Lion Nathan S
Little Kings D
Lost Coast Alleycat Amber D
Lost Coast Apricot Wheat D
Lost Coast Downtown Brown D
Lost Coast Great White D
Lost Coast Raspberry Brown D
Löwenbräu Original Lager A
Mad River Jamalca Red Ale D
Mad River Steelhead Pale D
Magners U
Maredsous Abbey Ale (Belgium) S
Marston’s Pedigree S
Maudite D
McChouffe A
McEwan’s S
Miami Trail Brewing D
Michael Shea’s D
Michelob D
Michelob Amber Bock D
Michelob Light D
Michelob Speciality D
Michelob Ultra D
Mickey’s D
Middle Ages D
Miller D
Miller Genuine Draft D
Miller Lite D
Milwaukee’s Best D
Modelo D
Molson Canadian D
Monk’s Sour Ale S
Moosehead D
Moretti Italian Pilsner S
Murphy’s Irish Red S
Murphy’s Irish Stout S
N’Ice Chouffe A
Natural Ice D
Natural Light D
New Amsterdam D
New Glarus D
New Zeland Steinlager D
Newcastle S
Nor’Wester D
North Coast D
O’Doul’s D
Old Dominion D
Old Milwaukee D
Old Speckeled Hen G
Old Vienna D
Oskar Blues D
Pabst Blue Ribbon D
Pacifico D
Palm A
Paulaner Hefeweizen A
Paulaner Lager A
Paulaner Pilsner A
Paulaner Salvator A
Peroni D
Pete’s Seasonals D
Pete’s Wicked Ale D
Pilsner Urquell S
Piraat Ale S
Porter & Summerfest D
Portland Mactarnahan’s Amber D
Portland Oregon Honey D
Presidente S
Pyramid Hefeweizen D
Pyramid Seasonal D
Razors Edge D
Red Ale D
Red Dog D
Red Hook Blonde D
Red Hook ESB D
Red Hook IPA D
Red Hook Seasonal D
Red Wolf D
Rouge G
Rogue Dead Guy Ale D
Rogue Hazelnut Brown D
Rogue Red D
Rouge-Mogal D
Rolling Rock D
Saint Bernardus D
Saint Feuillein Cuvee de Noel S
Saint Pauli Girl S
Sais Dup Farmhouse Ale D
Sam Adams Boston Lager D
Sam Adams Seasonal D
Sapporo D
Saranac D
Saxer Brewing D
Scaldis Belgian Ale D
Scaldis Noel D
Schmitt’s D
Schneider M
Scottish & Newcastle S
Scottish Tennents G
Shiner Bock D
Ship Inn D
Shipyard D
Shmaltz Brewing Hebrew Lenny’s R.I.P. A
Shmaltz Brewing Hebrew Messiah Bold D
Shock Top D
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale D
Sierra Nevada Seasonal D
Sir Perry William’s G
Sleemans D
Smithwicks Ale U
Southpaw D
Spanish Peaks Black Dog D
Spaten Lager A
Spaten Oktoberfest A
Spaten Optimator A
Spaten Pils A
Standing Wave Pale Ale (Kannah Creek Brewing Co.) D
St. Pauli Girl S
Staropramen A
Starr Hill Brewery D
Steigl Salzburger S
Steinlager D
Stella Artois – 50 liter / Half Barrel S
Stella Artois – 20 liter / Sixth Barrel D
Strohs D
Strongbow Cider S
Tecate D
Tennent’s G
Terrapin D
Tetley’s S
Thomas Kemper D
Tommyknocker Ornery Amber D
Tooheys S
Trois Pistoles D
Tucher S
Twisted X D
Unibroue D
Urthel S
Val Dieu Grand Cru D
Van Steenberge S
Veltins M
Victoria D
Victoria Bitter A
Victory D
Warsteiner Dunkel A
Warsteiner Pils A
Wasatch D
Watney’s G
Weihenstephan A
Weinhard’s D
Wexford Irish Cream Ale G
Whitbread Ale D
White Tip D
Widmer Hefeweizen D
Widmer Seasonal D
Windhoek Draught S
Woodchuck Dark & Dry Cider D
Woodpecker Cider S
Wyder’s Apple Cider D
Wyder’s Peach Cider D
Wyder’s Pear Cider D
Wyder’s Raspberry Cider D
Young’s S
Young’s Chocolate Stout S
Young’s Oatmeal Stout S
Young’s Ram Rod Bitter S
Young’s Special London Ale S
Yuengling D
Zebra D
Zuma D
Zywiec M


  • Dennis June 15, 2015 @ 11:29am

    What are the dimensions of a 1/4 keg and 1/6 keg of pilsner urquell? i want to know if I have room in my kegerator

    • Caleb Houseknecht June 15, 2015 @ 12:46pm

      Hey Dennis!

      If it’s a standard 1/4 Barrel, the diameter should be 16-1/8,” and the height 13⅞.”

      If it’s a standard 1/6 Barrel, the diameter should be 9-1/4,” and the height 23⅜.”

      Hope that helps!

    • Larry September 12, 2015 @ 3:49pm

      Is a 1/6 keg available in either Pilsner Urquell or Staropramen?

      • Caleb Houseknecht September 17, 2015 @ 10:17am

        Hey Larry,

        Sorry for the delayed response here. We’d suggest checking with your local distributor! It all depends on where you live and/or how far you’re willing to drive to get it. Hope that helps!

    • Vaclav November 27, 2017 @ 6:39am

      1/4 keg means 25 ltrs and 1/6 15 ltrs kegs.

  • Jim July 8, 2015 @ 10:05am

    Which type of coupler does steigl beer use?

    • Caleb Houseknecht July 13, 2015 @ 9:59am

      Hey there, Jim,

      To be honest, we are not quite sure. We did some research and couldn’t find anything either. I would suggest contacting them through this form – If you find out, let us know so we can add it to our list. Sorry about that, and we hope you’re able to find out!

      • Jon September 4, 2016 @ 11:31am

        Just tapped a keg of Stiegl Radler (Grapefruit) and it is a type S coupler. Initially tried a D and would get a slight spritz when opening the faucet after connecting with a D, but it wasn’t actually opening the valve, so had to switch to the S with the slightly longer probe.

      • Mitch July 8, 2019 @ 12:08pm

        I can confirm that Stiegl uses a Type S coupler.

  • Ben July 30, 2015 @ 8:50pm


    Which type of coupler do i need for Falco/Molotov Cocktail?
    It seems to be S, but it’s not. I took a shower with a S coupler…


    • Caleb Houseknecht August 12, 2015 @ 10:49am

      Hey Ben,

      I spoke with two of our draft beer experts and both suggested a D coupler. It has a shorter probe, and if you got sprayed with S, it was likely because the unengaged probe was hitting the keg valve. Definitely try a D, and let us know if that works!

  • Lukas Kohler February 15, 2016 @ 6:28pm

    I do not see Schlosseggenberg on your list. It looks like and fits a D coupler, but the ball bearing is too low.

    Do you know what it is? Thanks,


  • Ron March 3, 2016 @ 1:41pm

    Do you know what style coupler Andechs uses?

    • Caitlin Hartney March 4, 2016 @ 9:14am

      Hi, Ron. Because beer comes from different distributors who may be selling different iterations of that beer, we recommend you contact the distributor from whom you are planning on buying it. They should be able to tell you which coupler to use.

  • Rick March 19, 2016 @ 12:57pm

    I am interested in a coupler for Beck’s Beer. Your site indicates a “D” and others I found say it’s a “S.” Can you clear it up?


    • Caitlin Hartney March 21, 2016 @ 3:55pm

      Hi, Rick. We are confident “D” is the correct coupler.

      • Rick March 21, 2016 @ 4:00pm

        Thanks Caitlin. I appreciate the reply. Now I can order my keg of Beck’s.

        • Caitlin Hartney March 21, 2016 @ 4:11pm

          That said, be sure to check with your local keg source, as different distributors may be getting their kegs from different sources.

        • Graham Davies August 15, 2016 @ 6:06pm

          Good luck with that bud, I’ve been trying to get Becks forever, and they are alway sold out.

  • Steve April 3, 2016 @ 6:56pm

    What couplers to soda companies like Pepsi use?

    • Caitlin Hartney April 6, 2016 @ 10:52am

      Hi, Steve. Modern soda is dispensed via a Bag-in-Box system; it is not pre-mixed. So, Pepsi wouldn’t use couplers.

      • Steve April 9, 2016 @ 10:01pm

        Some companies still use kegs. I have an opportunity to buy some used soda kegs for a good price but I want to make sure that they’ll be compatible before I spend the money.

        • mark arvieux December 11, 2016 @ 12:13am

          cornelius (corny) ball lock or pin lock kegs.

  • Frank April 20, 2016 @ 4:16pm

    Do Corona & Corona Light both use a D coupler?

    • Caitlin Hartney April 21, 2016 @ 3:03pm

      Yes, they do!

  • Tim May 7, 2016 @ 6:02am


    Do you know which coupler is required for Black Sheep Best Bitter?


  • Roulette D June 22, 2016 @ 12:30am

    Budweiser keg tap coupler “D”

  • J August 1, 2016 @ 11:28am

    What coupler does Gaffel Kolsch use for their 50L kegs?

  • evewol August 13, 2016 @ 1:13am

    Beer Brand
    Coupler Type”
    I do not agree.
    Friendly, Evette

  • Mike Halloran August 26, 2016 @ 9:37pm

    Is the 1/4 keg of yuenglings actually a 1/6 keg? It measures the 23″ in height but it’s actually about 11″ diameter (outside to outside measured). Thanks for clarifying this……..Mike

    • Greg Strisovsky September 29, 2016 @ 10:36am

      Yes yuengling is a 1/4 keg.

  • Gregg September 9, 2016 @ 4:31pm

    I can confirm that Steigl Salzburger beer kegs use the S coupler. Please update your chart.

    • Caitlin Hartney September 16, 2016 @ 11:20am

      Updated! Thanks for the tip, Gregg.

      • Mitch July 8, 2019 @ 12:11pm

        Stiegl is misspelled in your list – if you could update that will make it easier to search.

  • Motor September 29, 2016 @ 3:48am

    Heya! What Coupler does Boulevard Brewing – Tank 7 use?


    • Caitlin Hartney September 29, 2016 @ 9:45am

      Hi, there. We are not perfectly sure about this one. We would assume D, but can’t say for certain. Your best bet is to contact the brewery or your local distributor. Sorry we couldn’t be of more help!

      • Richard August 29, 2017 @ 10:07pm

        D for sure – have bought several of their kegs

  • Jenn November 12, 2016 @ 6:31pm

    Hi. What kind of coupler does Grimbergen use?


  • Billy November 20, 2016 @ 2:57pm

    Having a burst of co2 and beer when opening the tap. What can I do to prevent this spurt every time I pour a beer?

    • Caitlin November 30, 2016 @ 1:12pm

      Hi, Billy. What pressure is your CO2 tank set to? Sounds like you are having off gassing from the beer being over-carbonated.

  • Pete January 27, 2017 @ 3:18am

    Hi could you please help me out I’m trying to get a coupler/tap to fit the small Philips 6ltr Perfect draft kegs but have no idea what type I need thanking you in advance
    Pete 🙂

    • Caitlin January 27, 2017 @ 12:52pm

      Hi, Pete. Generally the 6-liter and 5-liter kegs are proprietary to whatever dispenser they are supposed to be used for. Unfortunately, We do not have any. You should contact the manufacturer.

  • Kevin March 15, 2017 @ 9:46pm

    When Bass Ale was an import what type of coupler did it use. They use D now

    • John H. March 23, 2017 @ 6:28pm

      G coupler

      • John Hewlett March 23, 2017 @ 6:31pm

        G coupler was used for Bass before Kevin

    • Chas October 6, 2017 @ 2:06pm

      They used a G coupler. The same that Fullers uses.By the way Fullers London Porter is the best and their ESB is untouchable,a bit pricey.I live in NYC and it cost about $250 for a 50 Liter, but if you can swing it you will never have another Bass.Their London Pride is only OK.

  • Roger March 20, 2017 @ 9:38pm

    What should I set the CO2 pressure on for a yeungling keg?

  • Mark Ryerson April 7, 2017 @ 2:15pm

    Nice site. Advise please proper keg coupler for Gaffel Kolsch

  • denny April 15, 2017 @ 9:28am

    Czechvar beer keg koupler type ?anyone? THX

    • Nerv September 13, 2019 @ 4:48pm

      Just got of this kegs and altought it looks like a D type seems that my coupling is not capable to depress the valve down and im not able to dispense

  • Alex May 11, 2017 @ 10:34am

    Why are there all these different connector types? Is it because every brewer wants some sort of “exclusivity” that only their beer can be served with a tap? Is it dependent on functionalities/the beer type?

  • Dave S. July 27, 2017 @ 7:13pm

    I was told by my local beer distributor that kegs of Estrella Damm Lager, although they use an S coupler, are only for commercial use. They said there is no way to use them on a kegorator because of some limitation or control feature that prevents its use. Do any of you know anything about this.. I’ve never heard of anything like that.

  • Mike October 27, 2017 @ 11:58am

    Any idea which couplers HANSA DRAUGHT and WINDHOEK DRAUGHT uses?

  • Robert nicholl November 7, 2017 @ 12:48pm

    Have a keg and the spear number isSK184.025 what coupler fits it. Please.

  • Jayme November 22, 2017 @ 11:20am

    What coupler do you need for 21st amendment hell or high watermelon?

  • Randy Turner December 9, 2017 @ 10:11am

    At present I have shock top Belgium on tap.
    However I find the pour rather foamy. Temp is 32 to 34. Pressure is at 8 went to 6 But still the line has a 90 degree bend due to height of keg

  • Matt December 13, 2017 @ 2:56pm

    Does 1/6 barrel of Stella Artois take a d coupler and a 1/2 barrel take an s coupler. Just want to make sure I read that right.

    • Hans November 30, 2018 @ 12:37am

      I can confirm the 1/2 barrel takes an S coupler. Recently purchased and finished off the keg. No comment on the 1/6 barrel. Stella on draft was incredible. I’d never been that impressed with it in the bottle before. Seemed like the type of beer that would show up at an office Christmas party because it’s perceived as fancy. On tap was a whole nother story. Delicious! Now if they could just bring the price down.

  • John Chalmers December 18, 2017 @ 8:31am

    I have a 30 litre keg of Stella Artois and when I connect the coupler nothing come out. Not sure if the Stella Keg takes a different coupler. The one I am using works OK for Alexander Keiths and on the chart it looks like a D. What should I try for the Stella Keg

    • Andy P June 8, 2018 @ 1:02pm

      Stella takes an S type. It looks and connects just like the D, but it extends an extra 1/4″ to complete the connection.

  • Andy P December 21, 2017 @ 7:33pm

    Carlsberg is not an “S”. It’s the same as Kronenbourg 1664, “A” on your list.

  • John Ruf February 19, 2018 @ 3:13pm

    Is it easy to swap the couplers’ lines out when you want to tap a differing keg?
    Is there a switching-valve arrangement available so you could select between two different kegs just by turning a valve in the fridge?

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 1:14pm

      Hi John,

      Our Guinness on Tap blog and video gives step-by-step instructions for how to switch between couplers and beer styles in the context of switching from a CO2 system to a stout system. Hope that helps!

  • Ron hayward February 20, 2018 @ 6:22am

    I have a vinservice 3.02 Stella home counter tap and need to know what kind of keg is compatible I can’t find any info anywhere.

  • Tony February 25, 2018 @ 9:51am

    Hi I am in Australia and want to use commercial kegs to brew my home brew how will I know which tap to buy from you guys so I can use at home
    Thanks hope you can help

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 10:01am

      Hi Tony,

      When kegging a home brew, most people choose a Corny, or Cornelius keg, though there are other options such as cask ale. It would depend on the beer you want to serve, and how you wish to serve it. If you want to discuss the specifics of your system, our draft beer experts at Customer Care can be reached at 877.636.3673, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm EST. You can also reach out here.

  • Marc February 26, 2018 @ 1:05am

    Hi, Jever Pilsner What coupler does that beer take?

    Thanks Marc

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 9:53am

      Hi Marc,

      There isn’t a lot of information out there on that specific beer, but as a German pilsner, it is very likely to use an A-System keg coupler.

      • Daniel May 10, 2020 @ 2:53pm

        I have one at home, and I can confirm it’s an A-coupler.

    • Daniel May 17, 2020 @ 10:29am

      I have a Jever at home, and it has an A-coupler.

  • Mike M March 4, 2018 @ 2:45pm

    Do you know what coupler I would use for Saint Benjamin’s Foul Weather Jack? I have a D on it, but it blows a lot of foam no matter what pressure I use. It is a English Mild.

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 9:50am

      Hi Mike,

      Since English Milds are typically served from a cask, there isn’t a lot of information out there on the coupler to use. That also may be contributing to the foaming issues you’re experiencing. I would recommend calling the brewery directly, as they work with that specific beer on a daily basis.

  • Costas August 9, 2018 @ 12:22pm

    Anyone knows what type of coupler we need for american stolera kegs?

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 9:22am

      Hi Costas,

      I would recommend contacting American Solera directly. They have many different styles of beers at their brewery. With so many different styles, the coupler is likely dependent on which beer style you’re serving.

  • Susan V November 23, 2018 @ 3:52pm

    Is there A System coupler that is low profile? The standard A System coupler is too tall for our kegerator

    • Chris November 26, 2018 @ 2:45pm

      Hi Susan,

      The only low-profile keg couplers we currently carry are for the D system.

    • John Namisnak November 27, 2018 @ 11:45am

      Hi Susan: I solved my issue using an “A” coupler with a German Paulaner Keg in my Kegerator by using a 90 degree stainless steel connector & a 4 pipe clamps. It made a nice 90 degree curve at top & I was able to squeeze it in the kegerator without messing up the line or tap or beer!

  • Jack Singer January 18, 2019 @ 12:33pm

    What is the Aspalls Draft Cider coupler?

    • Chris January 21, 2019 @ 9:14am

      Hi Jack,

      Aspalls uses a European Sankey, or S-system keg coupler.

  • David burrows April 2, 2019 @ 1:43pm

    I have an old barrel shaped keg with 2 holes on the side and one on the base or top. bottom of keg says Budwiser St louis mo, AB 15-15.5-661. Side hole has a solid wood bung and other 2 have valves with a diamond shaped stem. Do you know what type of tap that would open this valve? you can see an example here:

    • Chris April 3, 2019 @ 12:07pm

      Hi David,

      That is tough to tell just from the pictures there, but our best guess is either a Golden Gate coupler or maybe a Hoff-Stevens, though we’d lean more toward the Golden Gate. Would definitely advise contacting the seller, or if you’re the seller, the place where you originally purchased it from.

  • Kyle Bieneman May 22, 2019 @ 9:38am

    Hi, looks like Anchor moved to the D coupler in 2017, might want to update the list:

    (Also some interesting history there.)

  • ken April 23, 2020 @ 11:42am

    what kegs and couplers would I use to export beer & cider to China

  • Denver April 28, 2020 @ 2:32am

    tryn to fit kegerator into a wine barrel
    wine barrel is approx height: 75cm diameter: 52cm
    any advice for fridge size and what to pair the keg to with the fridge.
    will be v crampt
    ps i await your responsew ith much expectation, excitement and belief

    • Dave Buchanan May 22, 2020 @ 8:58am

      Hi Denver, you want to make sure your fridge is big enough to hold your keg and also have room for the coupler to connect to the top of the keg. Cheers!

  • Dougie Stewart May 11, 2020 @ 4:59am

    Hi, do you know what coupler will fit a brewgooders keg thanks

    • Dave Buchanan May 22, 2020 @ 9:07am

      Hi Dougie, I would reach out to the brewery to ask. I’m not sure which style keg they would use since they’re in the UK.

  • Oliver Aitken May 28, 2020 @ 1:56pm

    I’d like to turn a fridge into kegerator and will be using a homebrew keg. I do believe it will be sixth keg size and ball lock system.
    1st question, can you have a system designed for homebrew
    2nd question, if not do you know if the keg conversion system convert for homebrew?

  • Steve June 24, 2020 @ 6:57am

    Do you sell brewlock coupler for david unit dispencer this is to fit the new brewlock kegs


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