How do I set up my SYNEK?
What comes with my SYNEK?
What do I need to do before enjoying cold beer on draft from my countertop?
What is a SYNEK?
Where do I fill my CO2 canister?
Where do I get beer?
Can I home brew in my SYNEK?
How do I clean my SYNEK?
How long will a full CO2 Canister last?
What are the dimensions of SYNEK?
What is the ideal temperature for storing/serving draft beer?
How do I modify or cancel my order?
If I live outside of the US, can I still order SYNEK?
Lifetime Repair and Replace Warranty
How To Fill From Vented and Non-Vented Faucets
How To Fill Your 20oz CO2 Tank
How To Fix A Leaking Faucet
How To Fix A Leaking Regulator
How To Fix Most Regulator Issues
How To Insert A Cartridge
How To Properly Clean A SYNEK
How To Unbox & Setup
CO2 is leaking, how do I locate the leak?
Damaged or Broken O-Ring
My SYNEK is not getting to the ideal beer drinking temperature, what now?
My Tubes are kinking. How do I prevent this?
My regulator does not seem to be working, what do I do?
Replacement parts for your SYNEK
You sure can! We have a few different options depending on your normal home brew process. Keep in mind that every beer and home brew setup is different, so it may take some experimentation to get it …
Updated 6 months ago
We recommend you follow these steps at least every 2-3 months:
Fill a cartridge or growler with water and cleaning solution (click here for recommended brand) Purge SYNEK with first half of cleaning …
Updated 10 months ago
A full CO2 canister will last up to 15 Gallons (30 Growlers) of beer. If your CO2 seems to be running out more quickly, make sure your CO2 line is properly connected to the regulator (see GIF below).…
Updated 7 months ago
The SYNEK measures up to 15.5" x 14.125” x 14.5” (height x width x depth) - the perfect dimensions to fit on your countertop under any standard cabinet. Even the slightest tenth of an inch difference…
Updated 1 year ago
The perfect temperature for most beer to be kept is 38˚ F. If stored at this temperature, the beer inside your SYNEK will retain the level of carbonation that was created during the brew…