I just ordered a 14.8 keezer that I'm using for carbonating/conditioning/lagering. I want to co2 carb all my beers, using the beergun to bottle some, and having the other kegs ready for the kegerator upstairs.
It will hold 9 kegs on the floor, but I'm probably going to keep a big co2 tank inside, so make that 8 kegs. Say I want to dedicate half the space for lagering in cornies, that means I need gas connects for the other 4 kegs. I already have a dual pressure three gauge Taprite primary regulator that I will swap into this...so that's covered.
So if I want 4 different pressures, I can go with a 3 product secondary regulator on one of the outputs from the dual primary regulator.
So my list right now:
- (1) three product secondary regulator
- (4) ball lock gas disconnects
- (8) hose clamps
- (1) 20lb co2 tank - will check height first
- (1) gas hose - at least 21 feet. 5 feet for each keg and section to go from primary regulator to secondary.
Anything I'm missing on the gas side? I have a Blichmann Beergun too, but I think it would be easier just to disconnect another line....maybe some quick disconnects for that?