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Fill still or carbonated wine into bottles from a pressurized vessel, such as a stainless keg. Connects to keg and to inert gas source (Argon, Nitrogen) at the same time. Included all stainless steel three way ball valve allows you to purge the bottle with gas and then fill with wine.

This is the safest, highest-quality method to get your wine into bottles, because it allows for complete purging of the bottle and filling from the bottom up. Works great for the home winemaker when you are utilizing the benefits of stainless kegs for storage.

Made entirely from 304 stainless steel and food grade plastics.

Not shown in picture is an included brass pressure-relief valve used when filling carbonated wine into bottles. Mfg by MoreWine!

Beer barb is 3/16". Gas barb is 5/16".

Item # KEG801
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 2LBS
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Hope it works better than beer gun.
Kenneth A on Feb 1, 2018
Hope it works better than beer gun.
Kenneth A on Feb 1, 2018
simple of use
Armando G on Jan 12, 2018
simple of use
Armando G on Jan 12, 2018
What size are the hose barbs?
Charlie Martell on Jan 15, 2018
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BEST ANSWER: The Beer barb is 3/16". Gas barb is 5/16".

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50/50 for me
I ordered two of these to mount on a frame and bottle faster, one of them works well and one does not. The one that does not work well seems to have a defective valve that leaks CO2 and causes excess foaming.
January 24, 2018
1 month ago
Great Product!
Finally got it in the mail and started using it right away, its very hand and easy to use, great for quick bottle and growler fill ups!
May 31, 2015
Well worth the effort to use it.....
We all collect equipment and gizmos in our brewing journey. MoreBeers filler gave me a little bit of a learning curve but I caught on after a half a case of bottles. If you don't want oxidation in your bottled product, especially your precious barley wines, old ales,etc then I recommend you shell out a few dollars and start purging your bottles as you fill. Has never failed me.
May 27, 2015
Love it!
I had the choice between this and a Blichmann beer gun. I chose this because it seemed to make more sense. After hearing all the complaints from friends who bought the beer gun, I knew which one to buy.

I also bought the "accessory kit" which necessarily increases the overall cost, but I think it's worth it. I can connect easily, maintain carbonation, and bottle off of my kegs for club meetings, trips, or competitions. It works as advertised, and has been doing well for me filling cases upon cases of bottles over the time that I've had it. There are no parts to lose or fall off inside the bottles.

The one downside is that it doesn't really work with stubby bottles, because the metal "wand" is a fixed length and the rubber stopper won't slide down. That's a minor issue for me - I just don't use those types of bottles.

Highly recommend this.
May 27, 2015
Works well
This does a good job filling bottles, so long as everything is kept cold (including bottle), otherwise I've had foaming issues. I knocked a star off because its a little awkward to use compared to one-handed products (e.g. Blichman's). I found that creating a "filling station" whereby I put the empty chilled bottle into a sanitized bucket for filling, worked best, because I could set down and lean the filler inside the bucket to keep the drippings contained while I capped the bottle. Works well even for the larger 20oz bottles.
May 27, 2015
I was going to build one of these myself...but it wasn't worth it after I priced the individual components (in stainless steel). Great price for a great tool.

This makes filling a bottle so much easier.

The ability to purge the oxygen out of the bottle is invaluable.

Watch the video on this product.

You can beat the price and the valuable use of this tool.

This is better than the Blichmann beer gun which cannot purge oxygen.
May 20, 2015
Good Product Once You Figure It Out
I just received my bottle filler this week. First time I used it I was not getting any flow. You have to thread the relief valve way out to get the beer flow going. Buy the accessory kit. Once I finally got the process flow figured out it worked great.
May 8, 2015
Great Product
I own two of these, great quality filler for the price. All stainless except the spring in the check valve which starts to corrode if left in PBW too long. Spring is not that strong either. I recommed replacing the spring with a stainless one. I also recommed placing a stainless fender washer above the rubber stopper to get even pressure on top of it when filling. Gas and beer both fill from the bottom. Filler works great, I am usually able to fill bottles with little to no foam/wasted beer.
May 7, 2015
Decent bottle filler
This bottle filler takes a few times to get the hang of. Once you have it dialed in, filling bottles is pretty easy.

Yes the spring isn't stainless but since it's on the overflow valve it doesn't' really matter.
May 6, 2015
Excellent Product
Like Darren, I spent some time researching other counter pressure fillers including several DIY solutions.

None satisfied my criteria because of materials (plastics and brass) or were bulkier and lacked a proper pressure/liquid release value (DIY).

First thing I did upon receiving this unit was to disassemble and clean it, then reassemble, tighten all connections and pressure test it (CO2 & water).

Just filled my first batch and the filler worked perfect with no foaming issues which reduced my wasted beer to no more than an oz from a 5 gal keg.

Using both the 3 way and pressure release valves, I was able to control the flow of beer to the point that I could fill each bottle accurately to the same level each time and had no leak issues.

My next step will be to make a stand to hold the filler so that I can handle the bottles more quickly without concern of them falling over or contaminating the filler by placing on an unclean surface. Also I would like to replace the line fittings with easy to detach units to make disassembly and cleaning easier.

One word of caution, make sure to check your CO2 pressures so that it does not cause a back flow into your keg. Also I suggest to check all of your connections and posts because this will quickly show if you have any worn parts on your kegs.
February 17, 2015