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BirdmanBrewingCo 03-10-2012 12:29 PM

$39.99 2-Gauge CO2 Regulator, $49.99 2-Keg Regulator
 
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Check out our sale pricing on CO2 Regulators. These are great performing, dual-gauge CO2 regulators offered at an incredible value. (In fact, this is the regulator we use on our own homebrew set-up.) Whether you want to control pressure for one keg or two, we’ve got you covered.

2-Gauge Regulator: $39.99
2-Gauge-2 Keg Regulator: $49.99

Check them out here:http://www.birdmanbrewing.com/catego...O2-Regulators/

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BirdmanBrewingCo 04-03-2012 08:58 PM

We're still running this pricing on these regulators. Great value!

grendelrt 04-06-2012 05:29 PM

Ordered one today, going on a soda keg for my wife =)

BirdmanBrewingCo 04-06-2012 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by grendelrt (Post 3969144)
Ordered one today, going on a soda keg for my wife =)

Thanks! It's already boxed up and shipping out!

BootstrapBill 05-03-2012 06:16 PM

Just ordered a regulator and the faucet/shank combo. I'm excited to step up into the classier world of kegged brewing. I've been running a cobra head and a borrowed regulator from my buddy that I had to return.

BirdmanBrewingCo 05-09-2012 01:21 AM

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Originally Posted by BootstrapBill (Post 4053885)
Just ordered a regulator and the faucet/shank combo. I'm excited to step up into the classier world of kegged brewing. I've been running a cobra head and a borrowed regulator from my buddy that I had to return.

Thanks Bootstrap! Good luck with the new setup!

RhoadsRunner 11-24-2012 09:28 PM

Hey,

I've been looking at these. This is probably a really easy question to answer, but I didn't see it spelled out anywhere. If I have two beers that I want at different pressures, can this regulator do that? or would I need to run another regulator in series to step down the pressure for the beer at the lower pressure?

Just wanted to be certain before I buy anything!

Regards,
WjR

jCOSbrew 11-24-2012 10:00 PM

2 different pressures requires 2 regulator bodies.


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