Pinter Tapping

Getting a smooth pour

If your Fresh Beer fobs (foams excessively) when you first tap it, then it may be worth extending your conditioning time and/or checking that the temperature in your fridge is cool enough before adjusting your pouring technique.


What to do if the Pinter stops pouring early

If your Pinter seems to have stopped pouring, it may need to warm up slightly to increase the head pressure inside to push it out, or will need fully venting by switching the Carbonation Dial to OFF. After every pour, change the Carbonation Dial setting back to the setting for the particular Fresh Press.


The right temperature

Serving temperature is very important. Fridge temperature is recommended for best pouring results.


Using the Active Pour Tap

The Active Pour Tap allows you to take complete control of your tapping experience. The Active Pour Tap is very sensitive and can deal with all the pressure gradients as you go from a high pressure, incrementally down to zero pressure. The higher the flow rate you'd like, the more you need to open the tap.

The below video shows you how to insert the Active Pour Tap into your Pinter, as well as clipping the handle onto the tap.




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