Bringing Cold Brew - The Leland CO2 PicnicTap

Are you a beer enthusiast, hosting a large-scale event and need a reliable tap to serve the brew? The Leland CO2 PicnicTap may be just what you need! Tap beer quickly and easily from kegs of all sizes, with the durability and dependability of industrial-grade materials. Plus, these taps are designed to keep beer at the optimal temperatures. Keep the beer flowing and your guests happy with the Leland CO2 PicnicTap.

Tactical Indulging: The Leland CO2 PicnicTap

As beer lovers and fest organizers, we've dealt with a slew of contraptions designed to tap and serve kegs of beer—from cheapo hand pumps, to multi-tap jockey boxes and cold plates. People enjoy the crisp, cold taste of just-poured beer, but carrying a heavy vessel full of beer 500 or 600 feet can be especially challenging. And you thought carrying a growler was hard. Luckily, the game has changed with the Leland CO2 PicnicTap.

What is the Leland CO2 PicnicTap?

The Leland CO2 PicnicTap is a light-weight and portable CO2-powered beer tap that dispenses beer from an ordinary Cornelius-style keg. This tap comes with a CO2 regulator, a 16 gram threaded CO2 cartridge, and all the necessary hardware. Leland’s CO2 cartridge holder is a secure and easily accessible part of the tap, situated right behind the faucet.

How Does the Leland CO2 PicnicTap Work?

The Leland CO2 PicnicTap is simple and easy to use. First, connect your keg to the tap by threading it onto the ¼” flare gas shutoff. Then, connect the ¼” NPT shutoff feed to the center of the tapped keg. Next, screw the CO2 regulator onto the tank and make sure the regulator is on and set to your preferred beer pressure.

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When tightening the fitting, the thread locking compound that the tap is pre-assembled with, will help ensure a secure connection. When pouring open the beer shut off and allow the beer to flow. To pressurize, connect the CO2 cartage to the holder and make sure the cartridge is tightened securely. Then turn-on the regulator and you’re ready to enjoy a cold drink.

  • Connect your keg to the tap:Thread your keg onto the ¼” flare gas shutoff.
  • Connect the feed to the keg:Attach the ¼” NPT shutoff feed to the center of the tapped keg.
  • Attach the regulator to the tank: Screw the CO2 regulator onto the tank and make sure the regulator is on and set to your desired beer pressure.
  • Open the beer shut-off: When pouring open the beer shut off and allow the beer to flow.
  • Connect the CO2 cartage to the holder: To pressurize, connect the CO2 cartage to the holder and make sure the cartridge is tightened securely.
  • Turn the regulator on: Lastly, turn the regulator on, and you’re ready to enjoy a cold drink.

The Benefits of the Leland CO2 PicnicTap

The Leland PicnicTap is perfect for short-term beer serving wherever it is needed. It allows for portability and convenience to beer-serving occasions such as camping, BBQs, festivals, and any other place you might want to pour a nice cold beer. Here are just a few of the benefits of using the Leland CO2 PicnicTap.

Portability

The Leland CO2 PicnicTap is perfect for portability. With the standard part assembly and highly portable size, this portable beer pump can easily be transported to camping trips, festivals, and any other place you might want to bring portable beer.

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Convenience

The Leland CO2 PicnicTap is specially designed for short-term pouring needs, so there is no need for large, complex tap systems. With the easy assembly and CO2 power, you can just hook the PicnicTap up to a keg of your favorite beer, attach a CO2 cartridge, and you are ready to start pouring.

Cost and Maintenance

One of the best aspects of the Leland CO2 PicnicTap is its cost. In comparison to complex jockey boxes and other dispensing systems, the cost of the Leland PicnicTap is very affordable. Also, the Leland CO2 PicnicTap requires minimal maintenance, making it an excellent

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