Draw clear beer from the upper layer of the liquid in your keg. Allows for quicker, clearer pours.
The float holds the silicone dip tube near the surface of the liquid in the keg.
Remove the existing liquid withdrawal dip tube. Trim it off to approximately 3” in length. Reinstall the 3” liquid dip tube, reach inside the keg and slide the silicone tube onto the 3” dip tube. The float end of the dip tube should rest on the bottom of the keg. The silicone tubing can be trimmed off as needed to make the tubing rest neatly on the center of the bottom of the keg.
Notes: A spare gas inlet dip tube can be used, but they are typically 1.5” in length and they are harder to reach inside the keg. A little water can be used to wet the silicone tubing to make it easier to slide on to the short dip tube.