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Old 05-18-2011, 12:50 PM   #1
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I am looking for a regulator that can support two kegs. I was wondering if anyone had a suggestion of where I can buy one for a great price that works well. I am just setting up my first keg system I got two kegs and I want to be prepared for when I have two kegs on tap (I have two kegs just not two beers to fill the kegs).

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Maybe if your boil kettle was a sheet pan, and your heat source was satan's a**hole, then you could possibly boil off 60 percent of your batch in an hour.
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Why not just buy a splitter/manifold with check valves? If you want two separate pressures, then yes, you need another regulator body. Check on ebay or craigslist. Lots of good prices there. Online here, you could go through Kegconnection, kegcowboy, AHBS, Midwest, Northerern Brewer....

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Was very, very pleased with the service at kegconnection.com when I purchased my dual regulator.

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Old 05-18-2011, 08:41 PM   #4
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Why not just buy a splitter/manifold with check valves? If you want two separate pressures, then yes, you need another regulator body. Check on ebay or craigslist. Lots of good prices there. Online here, you could go through Kegconnection, kegcowboy, AHBS, Midwest, Northerern Brewer....
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If you're not running different pressures, a simple tee in the line will do you. A whole lot cheaper than a dual regulator.
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I went to my LHBS and they suggested buying a regulator and instead of getting a manifold, buying a splitter for the tubing, sounds cheap and easy. Do I think I'll just go with that

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If you're not running different pressures, a simple tee in the line will do you. A whole lot cheaper than a dual regulator.
Basically that's what they suggested yes, I'll get this
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