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Our CPNO2™ Bottle Filler has been redesigned in 2019 for ease of use and cleaning. As always, counter pressure filling remains the best way to move your beer from keg to bottle without oxygen pickup or loss of carbonation. With our redesigned model, CPNO2™, you will be able to clean the beverage downtube quickly and easily with the brush which is included with the filler. We are confident in the performance and value of our filler and we believe you will enjoy the results you get in the bottle. Our staff has used this type of filler for years and can assist you in the setup and operations to ensure you succeed.
Counter Pressure Filling is the Ideal Way to Bottle Beer
Advantages Over Bottle Conditioning
What’s New in the Redesign
Stainless downtube is straight for ease of cleaning
Downtube brush is included - handy for cleaning the filler, as well as your beverage hoses and keg diptubes.
Stainless beer valve is now attached by a sturdy flare connection rather than compression fitting.
Gas manifold is all brass and beverage components are all stainless resulting in a “color code” for operations.
What Is Not Included - How to Complete the Filler Setup?
The beverage and gas valves each require a fitting to adapt the necessary hoses. There are an assortment of fitting which may be chosen, and the ideal fitting will depend on your existing keg system setup - please discuss with our staff in person or over the phone to get this correct. Below is a list of supplies you may need to complete your filler setup.
Supplies You May Need:
How does it work?
Counter pressure filling is accomplished by operating a gravity siphon under pressure. The pressure in the keg is countered with the same pressure in the bottle. The gas line must be split to accomplish this---one regulator is used to send CO2 to both keg and bottle. The first step to bottling with the filler is to carbonate your keg and refrigerate the keg until the beer is as close to 30°F. as possible. When you are happy with the carbonation level of the beer, proceed.