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Average rating 9.40740740740741 out of 10 ( based on 27 reviews )

simple but effective

Review by Andy on 3/3/2019

Does a great job! I have a batch in my keg with raspberry seeds that sank to the bottom but then go up my regular pickup tube and clog the poppet. This keeps the end of the pickup above the seeds and sediment so I don't have to worry about clogging anymore.

Works well

Review by Scott L. on 2/27/2019

Easy to install (need a socket wrench). No more yeasty fiirst couple of pours. Works well.

Top Draw Beer Pick Up Tube

Review by Joshua on 2/12/2019

Great product so far. I think it is easy enough to put into kegs. I have them in four of them. I guess one can argue about getting them as clean as the dip tubes. They're not stainless steel and may discolor overtime depending on the SRM of your beer. However, they still serve their purpose and have not had a clog at all as compared to kegs with dip tubes. I would recommend them to anyone who likes to brew DIPAs or anything with a lot of hops like I do or anyone who wants a clear beer. William's Brewing Responds: Glad you like the Top Draw. However, they are 304 grade stainless steel.

Draw Top works well

Review by Jonathan Richmond on 2/12/2019

This is just what I needed. It's a great option if you dry hop in the keg or just like to load up your IPA's with a ton of hops. No more clogged pickup tubes!

It works!

Review by Tim on 2/9/2019

Even a well-conditioned beer often throws a little sediment in the bottom of the keg, which then gets picked up in the first few pours. And then if you move the keg, even just a little, the remaining sediment gets disturbed and you get cloudy beer again. Well, not with this little device. You're always drawing from 1" below the surface, so you're getting the clearest beer in the keg. Even if you move it, the disturbed sediment at the bottom stays at the bottom and settles back out again, instead of getting sucked up in your pour. So far the only time I've had a problem was with an overcarbonated keg. When I put it on at serving pressure, it foamed - floating the ball, so the intake was in the foam. I opened the keg and found the problem, closed it back up and repressurized to collapse the foam, and all went well. So just be aware that can happen if you serve at a significantly lower pressure (or higher temperature) than you carbonated at.