Stuck Taps – A Guide For Pressurized Growlers

Excploded view diagram of a Craft Master Growlers tap handle.
As anyone who as ever worked in a pub or poured a fair share of pints knows, without proper maintenance beer taps will eventually stick. This fact of nature is also true for a our growler taps if not cleaned after use and left to dry. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of […]

How To Charge, Fill, And Use A Pressurized Growler

Wherever we go, we love trying the latest styles, concoctions, and freshest beverages from local craft breweries and pubs! We also love bringing our favorite finds home to enjoy later….. or with family and friends! One of the most common questions we get from new growler users is how to charge their brand new pressurized […]

Safety Valve Troubleshooting Guide

diagram of the safety valve on our pressurized growler regulator cap.
We are thrilled to have you as part of our “pressurized family” and have created this article to hopefully answer many of the questions our customers have regarding the safety valve located on the top of our regulator caps. The Safety Valve Is Comprised of 4 Parts. Safety Valve StemBushingKey ring (looks like a key […]

How To Clean The Growlveller™ Pressurized Growler

close up view of the ball lock connection at the base of the growlveller pressurized growler.
Cleaning The CO2 Regulator Cap Do not submerge the CO2 regulator cap when cleaning, or use PBW or other chemicals.  A quick rinse of the bottom of can (area contacts beer) is all that is necessary, or better, just wipe with a wet towel. Rinse body, drain upside down.  Do not store with cap on. Ball […]

CO2 Regulator Cap Troubleshooting & Maintenance

expanded diagram of pressurized growler cap
Craft Master Growlers perform at their best with proper maintenance and care. In the event you ever experience an issue with your pressurized growler’s regulator cap, the below list of troubleshooting tips to get your growler back into shape and ready for its next fill quickly and efficiently! Do not submerge the CO2 regulator cap […]

Using Your Pressurized Growler For The First Time

Pouring a pint of beer from our 128 oz stainless steel pressurized growler.
Now that you have your new pressurized growler, you’re probably itching have it filled with your favorite beverage! In order to get you started quickly, we have put together this straightforward guide that will help get your growler ready for it’s first use. Thanks again for your purchase!

Cleaning & Sanitizing Your Growler for the First Time

rinsing a Craft Master pressurized growler under warm water after a wash.
At the Factory Your Craft Master Growler has been pre-cleaned at the factory with a Tri-Sodium Phosphate (TSP). If you choose to pre-clean yourself with TSP (as is common in the foodservice industry for new stainless-steel products) follow manufacturer’s recommendations, use a soft terry cloth, rise thoroughly, then dry. Prior to first use We recommend […]

Regulator Cap Instructions

Regolator cap for co2 pressurized growlers. Complete with regulation knob, dial indicator, and saftey tab.
Always be safe! Note CO2 cartridges should always be properly stored, and kept away from heat. Always keep cap pointed away from you when charging cap. Always make sure growler is pressure free when taking the cap off the growler, by first slowly pulling the zipper tap on the safety pressure release valve. dfdfdf Quick […]

Growler Care Instructions

washing a pressurized growler under warm water.
We think everyone deserves an incredibly fresh pint with every pour, and understand how discouraging it is to discover your beer or beverage has gone flat sooner than it should. It was for this reason that we designed the Craft Master line of pressurized growlers and engineered the components to be easily disassembled for regular […]