Hey guys, sorry if this has been brought up. Tried searching but couldnt quite find what I was looking for.
Im going to a "dry" wedding in a couple weeks
So I decided to make a jockey box
Anyway...I have no idea how often I will use it in the future. So is it worth spending the money for Stainless tubing? Or will plastic tubing do the trick? I did some thermal research and it looks like stainless transfers heat 85x's better than plastic tubing. But a constant pour isnt really an issue. If we gotta wait a min or two between pours for the beer in the line to chill, I can live with that.
Cant use copper. I havent poisoned anyone yet and hope not to :P
I have seen the link for the "jockey box project" and am now hopeful I can pull it off.
If anyone has had success with plastic I'd appreciate the heads up.
25' or 50'? Id like to use thin wall tubing for a better heat transfer but Im afraid I might have to use higher co2 pressure and might run the risk of rupturing the line.
Thanks in advance