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Old 02-18-2011, 12:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by heyjaffy View Post
I ended up going with the dual regulator. Though I'm trying not to break the bank putting this outfit together, I do try to buy things once, and the extra $20 seemed like a good upfront investment against buying it in the future and ending up with extra parts.
Good move. Just some more use ideas with the dual: I have three taps on my keezer but a dual regulator. One regulator has a cross attached with three disconnects for regular serving. The other has a "T" with two disconnects so I can serve soda or hit a newly kegged beer with 30 psi for 24 hours if needed. In addition this regulator is used as my utility regulator if I want to push starsan/etc out of a keg. Technically, I guess, I would be able to serve 5 liquids if I added two cobra taps.

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Tap 2: EdWort's Haus Pal Ale
Tap 3: Penny Lane British Bitter
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Primary 2: Stormchaser Pale Ale
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Old 02-18-2011, 10:17 PM   #12
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This was my thinking as well when I purchased by dual regulator setup.

Reg-1 has a 4 way manifold attached to serve & carb all at the same psi.
Reg-2 will be set up to serve Soda or other "utility" uses (High psi Force Carb, pushing liquids around, etc.) without having to mess with the pressure dialed in for Reg-1
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