Manifold is the way to go!
+1 to www.micromatic.com
I started my kegerator with one tap. All was well until I realized that my kegerator is capable of holding 5 cornies with the CO2 tank in and 6 cornies with my CO2 tank out. I began to expand. I now have 3 taps of the ultimate 5 or 6 I am going to have and I am shooting myself for not talking to my plumber friend first (my brewbuddy, too). I have so many Godd@mn hoses running all over the place from my tank that it's a pain in the @ss. Midwest sells both a 3 and 4-hose manifold that would reduce the tangle that is currently in my kegerator dramatically. I am going to get two 3-hose manifolds eventually when SWMBO approves. I recommend highly just for maneuverability and convenience reasons that you look into that if you are going to do more than two taps or even think that there is a possibility of it.
that's the address for the 3-hose splitter manifold. It's only $37 and it's an s-load easier than have having T-barbs running off your main CO2 trunk hose.
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With carrion men, groaning for burial.
Prim 1: Ogre's Inverted Extra Red Ale
Prim 2: Ogre's Hair of the Dog Imperial Amber Ale
Prim 3: Ogre's Relaxed APA
Sec 1: Honey Blonde Ale with Hefe Yeast
Sec 2: Scotch Wee Heavy
Sec 3: Ogre's Simple Mead
Keg 1: Ogre's Brown Ale
Keg 2: Ogre's Extra Red Ale
Last edited by devaspawn; 03-12-2008 at 02:14 AM.