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Old 10-03-2012, 10:01 AM   #1
Feb 2012
Green Cove Springs, FL
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I've been shopping around the beer equipment stores for a kegging system. Is it better to by one of the starter packages (keg, co2 tank and regulator) or buy the pieces individually? I'd like to stay at $200 or less which may be an issue.

I was reading some of the reviews on the basic packages and alot of people regretted not getting a dual tap system instead... I guess to have two beers on top or maybe drink one and force carbonate the other?

This is one I was looking at... it's a $230 but may be worth the extra expense?

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Old 10-03-2012, 03:44 PM   #2
May 2012
Ephrata, PA
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That's the exact kit I purcahses this summer and love it, although it was $200 at that time. Through my research the regulator is not the best but for my use it will serve it's purpose just fine.

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Old 10-03-2012, 04:20 PM   #3
Jun 2011
Cincinnati, OH
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jasonclick - you may be interested in this one that we carry. It's in the same price range, and comes with Ball Lock kegs instead of Pin Locks. But not a double body reg.


Best of luck, and welcome to kegging! You won't want to go back to bottling.

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