At long last, I have removed the last pile of junk from the brewery into the new garage and can see the wall. I can finally move the brewing gear back into the brewery and start brewing. Naturally, my secondary regulators also arrived this weekend, so I'm torn between moving the gear and running off to Lowe's so I can rebuild the kegger.
I'm planning on splitting the manifold into two sections of two gas lines. I'll put a regulator on each pair, so I can keep the cider & IPA bubbly and the stouts and browns "real". The challange is, if I move the CO2 tank out of the kegger, can I fit a fifth cornie in?
Since it's getting hot, I think the parts run wins. With Golden Valley only a mile from Lowe's, looks like liquid lunch as well.
Remember one unassailable statistic, as explained by the late, great George Carlin: "Just think of how stupid the average person is, and then realize half of them are even stupider!"
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