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Different types of keg fittings

Which type of keg connector fitting do I need for my keg?
Below is a selection of the most commonly used keg connectors within the UK

UEC keg connector
Usually used by Inbev and on the following products
Boddingtons, Stella, Leffe

A-type keg coupler
Usually used by Guinness and on the following products
Hoegaarden, Guinness, Pimm's

grundy keg coupler
Used a lot by Coor's and on the following products
Beck's vier, Blackthorne, Caffrey's, Carling, Worthington,
 Grolsch, Budweiser, Stella 4%

Sankey keg coupling
S-Type (Sankey) keg connector fitting:
The most commonly used keg connector in the UK
Used on a lot of Carlsber and Heineken products
Amstel, Carlsberg, Carlsberg Export, Foster's, John Smith's, Kronenbourg 1664,
Heineken, Marston's, Peroni, Pilsner Urquell, San Miguel, 
 Staropramen, Strongbow, Tetley's
Keykeg connector fitting
Keykeg style keg connector fitting:
They look very similar to a G type (grundy)
They are different underneath and connect in a different way.
They are mainly used by craft beer breweries on many different products.

Keg connectors are available to buy in our store.

M type keg coupling
Appears the same as an A-type but the probe on the under side is narrow and longer

This is just a guide and the breweries sometimes decide to change, so try and make sure you have the correct keg connector before you buy.

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