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Single Bottle wine tap Answered

Hi Everyone.  I'm looking for help with finding the pieces I need to build a wine dispenser that uses inert gas (typically nitrogen).  I'm fairly certain I can come up with fittings and tubing, but the real piece I'm missing is a dispenser spout and a way to connect it to the bottle, without it spewing the wine while under pressure.  Once I get that, I'll have no problem building a box to mount it in.  Thanks for your help.

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Fitchett (author)2016-10-25

Just came across your post...have you found a dispenser spout?

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dwleo (author)2015-03-11

Have you managed to fabricate one yet? Have you got any ideas on parts?

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Fitchett (author)2014-10-19

I am also looking to DIY my own pressurized wine dispenser. Have you had any luck with sourcing your parts?

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caitlinsdad (author)2013-12-26

http://www.vintagecellars.com/keeper

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'm guessing you would not buy that for the two buck chuck.  A good rubber stopper might be good enough to build upon, I do not know what pressure is needed to dispense and you wouldn't need to go all the way to "carbonate" your drink.  Good luck.

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Fitchett (author)caitlinsdad2013-12-26

the "Kepper" is exactly what I'm trying to create, and trying to avoid purchasing as a kit. I want to make my own with off the shelf parts and mount it into my own box.

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caitlinsdad (author)Fitchett2013-12-26

maybe you can modify the beer keg adapter taps. Lots of parts on ebay.

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