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JesseRYC 03-15-2010 07:32 PM

Dual body CO2 regulator
 
I am planning on using a dual body CO2 Beer regulator to dispense/carb two beers at one time... would i need an air distributor to serve multiple kegs?

GroosBrewz 03-15-2010 08:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JesseRYC (Post 1945913)
I am planning on using a dual body CO2 Beer regulator to dispense/carb two beers at one time... would i need an air distributor to serve multiple kegs?

Only if you plan on having more than those two kegs on gas at any one time.

Arkador 03-16-2010 12:15 AM

I use a dual body reg. I have 1 reg feed a single keg, and a 3-way on the 2nd.

You can add as many kegs per regulator as you like. If you have a huge keezer, you can do 5 on each....

Without an air distributer, you will only be able to carb/serve 2 at a time. I just add a new keg and let it sit for 2 weeks at serving pressure, so it has time to carb up.

JesseRYC 03-16-2010 05:50 AM

So, as long as I use only two kegs at a time (one to drink and one to force carb until it's ready)I will not need an air distributor?

shortyjacobs 03-16-2010 02:44 PM

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Originally Posted by JesseRYC (Post 1947206)
So, as long as I use only two kegs at a time (one to drink and one to force carb until it's ready)I will not need an air distributor?

Correct. :mug:

JesseRYC 03-16-2010 08:47 PM

Sweet guys! Thanks for the help!


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