BLADE benefits

  • Available in one standard size
  • BLADE holds 8 litre of beer
  • 1 keg can tap 30 small beers or 14 pints
  • Chills beer to 2C
  • Keeps fresh for 30 days

BLADE machine specifications

  • Dimensions 590H x 290W x 471D mm
  • Weight 17.6 kg
  • Machine and full keg have a combined weight of 26 kg
  • An 8 liter keg weighs 8.4 kg
  • Noise is a dull murmur. The decibel range is 70 - 53.4, this is roughly comparable to your fridge. 
  • You can put the BLADE beer tap anywhere you have an electrical outlet
  • Take on a boat or take it to the campsite (220V required)

What do I need?

  • BLADE Starter Packs have everything you need to enjoy freshly tapped pints straight away. They include: 1x BLADE machine, Dome and 2x 8L kegs
  • BLADE: Is the machine and dome only. This does not include BLADE Kegs
  • BLADE Kegs bundle: This is just the kegs. This includes 2x BLADE Kegs, for use with the BLADE beer tap

BLADE user manual

BLADE: How it works

Get set up in 3 easy steps

 

Step 1

BLADE: Installation 

The plug and play functionality means installation couldn't be simpler. In fact, anyone can install the appliance; you just need an electrical outlet. Plug in your BLADE and start tapping from any countertop.

No C02, extra cooling or external hardware required, everything you need to pour pub quality pints has been cleverly designed into BLADE. Changing kegs is easy too. Watch the video to see how!

 

Step 2

BLADE: Inserting/changing a keg 

Insert a pre-chilled keg into your BLADE appliance. Use your thumb to press the orange button at the bottom of the keg until you hear a ‘click’. Lead the tube in the direction of the tap head, bend it towards the retainer and align it with the orange groove. Push the black part of the spout into the tap and close the lid. Place the dome over the appliance to keep it cool. 

If there is already a keg in the beer tap, first ensure that the keg is empty. Flick the lock switch up and make sure the red indicator light stops blinking and is turned off. Remove the dome and the tube from tap. Take out the keg and follow steps above.

Watch the video to see how!

 

 

 

 

Step 3

BLADE: Pour the perfect pint

First things first, to pour a perfect beer, the keg must be cold. Check the temperature of the beer. Then you want to take a clean and rinsed glass. Open the beer tap fully and tilt the glass at a 45 degree angle. Pull down the level and pour, when the glass is almost full, straighten the glass back. Use a wet skimmer to skim the foam. There you go, perfection!

Watch the video to see how!

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