Grizzly 40 BrewBox - front view

BrewBox 40

40 Quart Double Coil Jockey Box

Availability: In stock

$966.00
  • Ready to pour, just supply Co2 and beer.
  • RotoTough™ body.
  • Environmentally friendly pressure-injected insulation.
  • Molded In Hinge.
  • BearClaw™ Latches require no hardware and keep a secure grip.
  • Non-slip non-marking rubber feet.
  • 2" Drain for easy draining.
  • Sturdy Carry Handles.
  • Regulator/keg coupler kit.
  • Two or Four 75' stainless steel coils.
  • Two or Four faucets.

Grizzly BrewBoxes are used at events to quickly chill warm beer to the ideal dispense temperature of 36-38°F.  When using a BrewBox, the beer is run through a length stainless steel coil that is covered with ice and water. The ice water coming in contact with the coil causes the coil to become cold, which in turn causes the beer running through the coil to become cold.

For BrewBoxes 30-35 lbs of applied pressure is recommended for dispensing beer that has an internal keg temperature of 50-55°F. A keg that is kept cold requires less applied pressure for dispensing. A keg that is being dispensed at room temperature or greater has a recommended applied pressure of 35-40 lbs.

Specifications

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Width
48 1/2"
Depth
22 1/2"
Height
20 1/2"
Capacity
20 lbs of Ice

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$966.00

Details

  • Ready to pour, just supply Co2 and beer.
  • RotoTough™ body.
  • Environmentally friendly pressure-injected insulation.
  • Molded In Hinge.
  • BearClaw™ Latches require no hardware and keep a secure grip.
  • Non-slip non-marking rubber feet.
  • 2" Drain for easy draining.
  • Sturdy Carry Handles.
  • Regulator/keg coupler kit.
  • Two or Four 75' stainless steel coils.
  • Two or Four faucets.

Grizzly BrewBoxes are used at events to quickly chill warm beer to the ideal dispense temperature of 36-38°F.  When using a BrewBox, the beer is run through a length stainless steel coil that is covered with ice and water. The ice water coming in contact with the coil causes the coil to become cold, which in turn causes the beer running through the coil to become cold.

For BrewBoxes 30-35 lbs of applied pressure is recommended for dispensing beer that has an internal keg temperature of 50-55°F. A keg that is kept cold requires less applied pressure for dispensing. A keg that is being dispensed at room temperature or greater has a recommended applied pressure of 35-40 lbs.