I must say, it was a bit of a shock to click on a new thread and see a picture of my car and gear!!HarvInSTL said:Look at the stout faucet connected to the corny on the left. Any idea how to build one of those?
A neat way to handle this issue, that I've discovered, is to put about 5 to 6 feet of 3/16" beer line on the beer out dip tube before filling the keg. This way the restriction is built into the keg and the QD attached faucet works very well. (At least it does for me.) I just coil the beer line up in the bottom of the keg and I'm good to go. It's a great way to have "Beer on the Go" without all of the problems of dispensing
Yes, I've removed the restrictor plate. I only own the stout faucet because it was too good a deal to pass up, and it was already assembled with the shank and disconnect. Having the line coiled inside the keg wasn't what I was suggesting, but it's an interesting idea! Would it work the same as external line though, given that the tubing is inside the pressurized environment of the keg?HarvInSTL said:Have you removed the restriction plate before serving a standard beer?