How to
Plug & pour

Serving Draught Beer Was Never This Easy

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    Plug the appliance

    • Plug the appliance

      Connect your Blade to a power supply.

    • Press the orange button

      Use only pre-cooled kegs stored in a refrigerator or cold room. Use your thumb to press the orange button at the bottom of the keg until you hear an audible click. Once this step has been performed, the keg is ready to be tapped!

    • Connect the keg

      Fully unwind the beer tube from the keg top and position the keg in a straight vertical manner in the cooling bowl. Insert the tube in the dispense tap and make sure to hear a click when you put it in place, meaning it's well aligned. Flip up the tap cover to cover the tube.

    • Place the dome

      Install the dome onto the appliance to keep the contents cool.

    • Switch on Blade

      Turn on the appliance by pressing the ON-OFF switch on the right.

    • Lock the Keg

      Use the switch to set the keg locking to CLOSE. The indicator should turn green.

    • Check the temperature

      Use the gauge to make sure the beer has reached the right temperature before pouring. Make sure you pre-cool the kegs in a cold storage between 32-39 F at at least 16 hours before use.

    Plug the appliance

    Connect your Blade to a power supply.

    Press the orange button

    Use only pre-cooled kegs stored in a refrigerator or cold room. Use your thumb to press the orange button at the bottom of the keg until you hear an audible click. Once this step has been performed, the keg is ready to be tapped!

    Connect the keg

    Fully unwind the beer tube from the keg top and position the keg in a straight vertical manner in the cooling bowl. Insert the tube in the dispense tap and make sure to hear a click when you put it in place, meaning it's well aligned. Flip up the tap cover to cover the tube.

    Place the dome

    Install the dome onto the appliance to keep the contents cool.

    Switch on Blade

    Turn on the appliance by pressing the ON-OFF switch on the right.

    Lock the Keg

    Use the switch to set the keg locking to CLOSE. The indicator should turn green.

    Check the temperature

    Use the gauge to make sure the beer has reached the right temperature before pouring. Make sure you pre-cool the kegs in a cold storage between 32-39 F at at least 16 hours before use.

    • Check the temperature of the beer keg
    • Hold the glass at 45 degrees angle
    • Pull the tap handle and control the level of foam by increasing the angle for less foam or decreasing it for more
    • The perfect head measures two fingers of foam

    • Pull the switch upwards to unlock the keg
    • Remove the dome
    • Flip down the tap cover
    • Detach the beer tube from the retainer
    • Now remove the keg and replace it with a fresh new one

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