Party Keg Hire

Single Hose Foot Party Pump

Beer Keg Dispenser image

Please follow the step by step instructions below.

Step 1 - Cooling Your Beer

Place your keg into a large bucket filled with ice and water and leave to cool for 2-3 hours ensuring the ice is always topped up and cold. This is designed to chill your beer to the correct temperature for the perfect pint every time.

Beer Keg Cooling Down

Step 2 - Tapping Your Keg

Place the coupler (bottom of the party pump) into the fitting on the keg shown and twist so the party pump is locked into place. If your keg coupler does not require you to twist but requires you to slide on, then simply slide on and clamp down. Once the party pump is locked into place, push the lever down to clamp the party pump into your keg.

NOTE: Do not lean over the keg or pump at any time whilst clamping your party pump in.
Top of the keg

Step 3 - Let the Flow be Diminish

When initially pouring from the keg it will be under pressure and dispense fast. Make sure the keg is cold and pour off the initial foam and carry on pouring pints until the flow begins to diminish. Only then should you begin to pump to restore the flow. Now, start pulling and enjoying your perfect pint!

Keg and Beer dispenser

To return the pump, re-secure it into the package it was sent in. Ensure all equipment is packaged correctly and lid is fully closed so that a label can be attached. Afterwards, send it to Party Keg Hire. This does not apply if collection has been arranged for you.

If you need further assistance, please contact our team.