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Perlick Faucet - 650SS Stainless Steel (With Flow Control)
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The famous forward-sealing Perlick beer faucet, with the added feature of an integrated Flow Control valve!
Manage foaming issues when dispensing beer at home with this Perlick 650SS Beer Faucet with Flow Control. The new flow control feature makes it easy to reduce foaming no matter the type of beer line you’re using; leaving you with a nice, tall glass of crystal clear beer. 
Constructed of 304 stainless steel to last a lifetime.
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About Perlick Forward Sealing Beer Faucets:

The #1 feature of the Perlick faucet is its forward sealing design. Why is that so important? An ordinary, rear-sealing faucet closes by pushing a shuttle against the faucet shank, at the rear of the faucet. So once the tap is closed the faucet is still full of beer that has to be drained out. There is actually a pin hole in the back of an ordinary faucet that allows beer to drain. Because of this design, leftover beer residue inside the faucet makes operation sticky and can harbor bacteria which harm your beer’s flavor as it flows through the faucet. In the Perlick faucet, with its Forward Sealing design, beer only has to drain from the short 1" nozzle section. This allows it to always operate smoothly (even when it was not cleaned between uses) and greatly reduces contamination!.


Item # D1221
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.25LBS
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Because it's a Perlic and has flow control
Rikk D on Feb 17, 2018
Our beer is foaming more than is acceptable
Highland Park L on Jan 29, 2018
Because it's a Perlic and has flow control
Rikk D on Feb 17, 2018
Adding another tap to my keezer, so now I have 5. Using these exclusively. They work great!
George S on Feb 16, 2018
Our beer is foaming more than is acceptable
Highland Park L on Jan 29, 2018
was told it was one of the best
everett m on Jan 27, 2018
For carbonated water flow control
Faye P on Jan 24, 2018
I recently hooked up a sanke keg to a 630SS, and holy crap - foam everywhere. I love the 2 I have with flow control, time to finish the set.
John B on Jan 18, 2018
Best tap I know of
John E on Jan 15, 2018
Quality brand coupled with flow control feature.
Dwain P on Jan 12, 2018
Adding another tap to my keezer, so now I have 5. Using these exclusively. They work great!
George S on Feb 16, 2018
was told it was one of the best
everett m on Jan 27, 2018

4.7 / 5.0
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Flow control fixed
I purchased this faucet to help with control the excessive foaming i have been dealing with while trying to pour a pint. This works perfect. Now i dont have to pour more beer then i intended and wait for the head to settle.
February 19, 2018
1 month ago
Flow control is great
The flow control option is great and allows tremendous control of foam, etc. when pouring. It also allows higher CO2 pressure as appropriate for one style while pouring another effectively.
February 8, 2018
2 months ago
Worth it!
Definitely worth the money. Been serving beer or cider out of a tap for over 10 years. So sad I waited this long to upgrade. Now just to resist the urge to buy 3 more right now so my wife can buy them as a gift later.
January 30, 2018
1 month ago
Consistent Pours
I am so happy to not get too much foam on the first mug I fill. Previously, the second pour was ok, but the first one was too foamy.
January 28, 2018
2 months ago
I like the adjustable flow, which allows me to use a bit shorter beer lines on average.
January 25, 2018
2 months ago
Lever doubles as a
I have three of these. They are the first and only tap faucets I've ever owned. Here's one thing that the marketing brochures don't tell you (but should)...

Not only do the flow control levers work great and eliminate the need to adjust your hose length, but they also work as a safety lock!

There have been several occasions where I or someone else would accidentally bump the tap handles and turn the faucet on without any glass under it. Since I make sure I turn the levers down (off) after every pour, there's no need to worry about accidental spills. With longer tap handles (i.e. 12"), it doesn't take much force to accidentally turn them on from a bump.
April 14, 2017
Great tap!
I get so aggravated with most product these days; seems everything is junk anymore. I do however love these taps and a great price. I am buying two more

Good solid tap.
December 31, 2016
Great for on demand flow control
Hey, these are amazing. Adjust flow at the tap while pouring. Perfect. Over carbonated? Warm beer line? These mitigate the foam production very well, so no need to toss first pour. As beer fills glass and flows better, just adjust back to full flow in while pouring!
November 5, 2016
Worked great until the hop clogs
I used 2 of these taps for a couple years with a good amount of success, though I'm not really sure that they reduced any foam on high carbed beers. They were also a pain to clean and put back together tightly - somehow the fittings and gaskets never seemed to line up properly without many many tries. The issue that ultimately made me get rid of them, and replace them with the standard 630ss perlicks, was that they will absolutely clog up with any hop particles in your beer. So for any dry hopped beers that still have some hop sediment or leaf particles, they are a nightmare and will plug up like a cork on the flow control valve. Not worth the time and aggravation.
October 17, 2016
Good for sampling/bad for foaming control
Bought these specifically for serving my more highly carbonated brews while avoiding foaming issues. Even when used in conjunction with longer, narrower tap lines these taps still create significant foam in brews conditioned to 3.0 to 3.4 volumes of Co2. Good for pouring samples of normally carbonated beer though.
August 11, 2016