Originally Posted by jtkratzer
I think the 3 way manifold where I can control the pressure on each keg is going to be easier than changing lines all the time.[...]
If you actually want to carb different brews to style and have them on tap simultaneously and maintain those carb levels, then a multi-pressure regulator setup is pretty much mandatory.
But that isn't going to solve a foam
problem. If you want to keep your wheaties at 3.5+ volumes, you're going to need beer line that can handle it - and it's going to be longer than what you'd need for a typical 2.5 volume ale.
So you can worst-case it and put like 15 footers on all taps. Seems like overkill when there's an alternative: go with ten footers all around - which will work great for ~2.5 volumes and below - and then stick an epoxy mixer
or two down the keg out tube on your more effervescent wheat beers...