Blichmann Beer Gun V2

Blichmann Beer Gun V2

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Have a keg of beer, but want to fill some bottles to take with you to the game, beach, or friend's house? The BeerGun is a great way to fill bottles from a keg. Every part that comes into contact with your beer is stainless steel. This unit features a CO2 purge, which helps to prevent oxidation during filling. Includes tubing and a brush for cleaning.

The Version 2 BeerGun will soon become the standard for rapid handheld bottling.  This new model features an ergonomic handle, with valve controls placed conveniently at your fingertips.  This upgrade is easier to clean, and even easier to use.  If you've used other bottlers, but been disappointed by confusing controls or foaming, then this is the Bottle Filler for you.

This new model comes enclosed in a plastic tool case, and includes the fittings needed to connect to your keg (Normally a $25 separate purchase!)

What's New:

  • Ergonomic warm-touch grip with ambidextrous thumb actuated CO2 valve
  • Positively retained beer gun seal tip - no more lost tips!
  • Anti-microbial beer hose keeps contamination at bay!
  • Accessory kit  now included as standard item
  • Includes a convenient plastic tool case
  • Tool free super fast disassembly
  • Made in the USA!

Note: Regulators and "Y" fittings are not included with the product. You need two gas sources, so a dual output MFL regulator is ideal.  You can add a second output to your regulator by adding a "Y" Fitting and 2 shutoffs.  You can also cut your line and add a barbed "T" or use a manifold.

Item # BL810
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 2 LBS

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Father's day and birthday present for my husband
Deanna D on May 25, 2020
We need a way to bottle our beers from kegs.
Matthew H on May 9, 2020
Father's day and birthday present for my husband
Deanna D on May 25, 2020
The Freemasons told me too
Bradley E on May 22, 2020
We need a way to bottle our beers from kegs.
Matthew H on May 9, 2020
David F on May 8, 2020
It's one of the most highly regarded bottle fillers
Adam L on May 8, 2020
looks good!
Carmen M on May 5, 2020
Good reviews...
John Collins on May 3, 2020
To bottle from a keg.
Christopher W on Apr 29, 2020
Joseph N on Apr 26, 2020
Ease of use
Ryan S on Apr 21, 2020
The best
Mr William h on Apr 9, 2020
Canning beer
Oscar on Mar 31, 2020
Steven P on Mar 24, 2020
need one
Daniel L on Mar 17, 2020
Tired of bottling all the beer
Sean D L on Mar 10, 2020
ease of use
Brandon V on Mar 4, 2020
best reviews
scott g on Feb 17, 2020
Bought this item for canning purposes
Todd on Feb 17, 2020
Bottling off our brite tank
john h on Feb 10, 2020
Want to can beers
Nick K on Feb 1, 2020
ryan m on Jan 7, 2020
to bottle beer for competitions, club meetings, Etc.
Kevin S on Jan 4, 2020
For my Cannular!
Robyn R on Dec 27, 2019
I really wanted one.
Jimmy S on Dec 21, 2019
For canning
ANTONIO CISNEROS on Dec 17, 2019
My boyfriend wants to bottle beer to send in for competitions and you guys are the best
Carla P on Dec 17, 2019
Judy M on Dec 16, 2019
Dad's Christmas request
Timothy M on Dec 13, 2019
It's a gift
Vicki G on Dec 9, 2019
Hubby wanted it for birthday.
Melissa S on Nov 30, 2019
Christmas gift
Marsha S on Nov 30, 2019
works good to prevent oxygen form getting into beer bottle
DENNIS G on Nov 18, 2019
So I can carbonate in my legs and then bottle.
Jason M on Oct 26, 2019
Bottling small batch beers
joseph s on Oct 18, 2019
Valued C on Oct 5, 2019
To improve my bottling process.
Matthew M on Oct 3, 2019
the internet told me it was my best option based on my simple specific needs
Timothy P on Sep 4, 2019
Filling cans
Mad Monk Brewing L on Aug 28, 2019
internet search
Eric I on Aug 28, 2019
Patrick Riordan on Aug 28, 2019
Gift for family member
Matthew H on Jul 16, 2019
Requested by a home brewer
Keith H on Jul 16, 2019
best in class product
Mark G on Jul 2, 2019
Have one and am upgrading
Nelson R on Jul 2, 2019
Todd G on May 10, 2019
To bottle keg carved beer
Leonard M on May 2, 2019
Bottling from keg
Michael E on May 2, 2019
Need good way to bottle keg beer
Valued C on Apr 30, 2019
Because waiting on bottles is for the birds
Mason H on Apr 27, 2019
The Freemasons told me too
Bradley E on May 22, 2020
David F on May 8, 2020
Does this work with a pin lock system?
Michael Smith on Nov 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It comes with a ball lock connection. You would need to purchase a pin lock connection with an MFL fitting.
So, this is not a counter pressure style unit? Is foaming an issue, and if not, what is preventing foaming and why? Besides co2 purge, is it better than a tube attached to your faucet?
Brett Binns on Dec 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Foaming generally isn’t an issue. Set the PSI of your CO2 tank low when filling. This product works significantly better than a tube attached to your faucet.
Is this ready out of the box or is an additional accessory kit necessary?
Jordan Williams on Dec 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: My experience with this item is very positive. It is completely ready for use exactly as it is. The beer and CO2 tubing lengths are generous. The storage case keeps everything together. Disassembly for cleaning is a snap. I get best results when I keep the regulator pressure around 5-8 psi to prevent foaming. Patience works best!
Will this fill growlers?
Edwin Wofford on Apr 28, 2020
BEST ANSWER: as long as pressure is controlled from your source, yes it can fill growlers
Is cleaning easy and what is the procedure? I’m a bit of a sanitation freak!
Brett Binns on Dec 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brett - Most of the parts on this model come apart to allow full immersion in sanitizer.
Do I still need to connect to a Co2 tank, if the beer side of a gun is connected to my Intertap faucet with the ball lock fitting? Ultimate goal is to fill bottles without kegerator door open, as Co2 tank lives in inside it. I realize I'd be forfeiting the ability to purge the bottle with Co2 if I don't get a second tank.
Mike Miller on Mar 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, a second Co2 tank is needed.

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High Quality Piece of Equipment
I honestly haven't figured out how to use it "perfectly" yet, but I can tell it's more of just getting used to it. It really is well-built and it does exactly what you'd hope it would. I highly recommend it.
May 21, 2020
3 weeks ago
Works fine but occasionally leaks
I have a lot of Blichmann gear, it’s good quality, reliable stuff. The BeerGun works as advertised... but having a problem as the wand sometimes slips out of the handle causing leaks and beer geysers. Don’t understand why it was designed like that; it almost seems like a piece is missing.
May 10, 2020
3 months ago
Well Made and works great
This kit has everything you need to fill your cans, bottles, growlers, anything.
April 21, 2020
1 month ago
Great redesign!
I owned the first version that was good, but this one has been great. I've used it to fill more than 1,000 cans in the last 2 weeks.
March 31, 2020
2 months ago
Once setup, easy and efficient to use. I chilled bottles and kept PSI around 4 and had no issues with foaming.
March 2, 2020
3 months ago
Great gun
Great gun. Delivered on time. No issues.
February 27, 2020
3 months ago
Very easy to use, very easy to clean
Using the beer gun is incredibly intuitive. The setup is straightforward and actual filling is a breeze.
February 17, 2020
3 months ago
Great product.
Great design. I have the two valve shut off with the depth setter. Just get the beer gun an you won’t regret it. Less mess better carbonation Easy one hand operation.
December 27, 2019
5 months ago
Works like a charm.
Does the trick just as promised.
November 27, 2019
6 months ago
Best bottling purchase, next to my floor corker
This thing makes bottling from a closed loop system incredibly efficient and clean. I make mead, and this beer gun is perfect for filling up bombers, as well as wine and liquor bottles. If you have the wand all the way to the bottom of the bottle, and you fill the bottle to the very top, removing the beer gun from the bottle leaves an almost perfect amount of head space for an Enolandia Supercork. It's also easy to purge the head space with the gun before dropping the cork in the press, or capping a beer bottle. Really worth the money. Very easy to disassemble and clean. All the parts, from the polymer frame to all the stainless components, feel very durable and seem to be made with quality materials. Made in USA too (I like to support domestic manufacturing as much as possible).
November 8, 2019
8 months ago