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Test lab notes

Set­ting up with our sys­tem was easy and quick—we placed it on top of a six­tel, con­nected the lines, added our ice to the Draft­pak, and we were pour­ing cold, frothy beer in min­utes. The setup doesn’t come with its own CO2 tank and re­quires a very small one, so be pre­pared. The cooler kept the beer cold, and we sim­ply re­placed the ice and drained the water in­side to main­tain tem­per­a­ture. Cleanup was very easy. The con­tents in­side the cooler drained nicely, and we were able to eas­ily flush the lines for the next use. This is a great choice for go­ing to beer fes­ti­vals, go­ing camp­ing with friends, or to places where easy re­frig­er­a­tion (and full size jockey boxes with ex­ter­nal tanks) aren’t an op­tion.

Price: $325 Man­u­fac­turer: Draft­pak Avail­able from: draft­pak.com

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