Evan! said:Cool. Thanks. Is it worth the extra money to split my gas line with individual regs?
Soulive said:Its worth it, but not crucial. Most of the styles I like are similar in CO2 levels so I get by without it...
Evan! said:Yeah, I'd be doing the same thing. My main concern was: what do you do if you need to force-carb one of the kegs? Do you increase the PSI and just turn the other valve off?
Soulive said:Usually one keg is saturated with CO2 so I can shut off the valve and serve from the CO2 in the headspace. Then I jack up the tank output pressure to force carb the newer keg for 1-2 days. I usually force carb at my serving PSI though so its not always an issue. I've found that force carbing at serving pressure makes it much less likely I'll over-carb the keg...
Soulive said:No problem. I'm so glad I went the Sanyo route. Its easy and well worth it...
Evan! said:Yeah, well, I'm tired that beautiful tower with the ventmatics sitting there all alone, staring at me every time I walk into my brewery. it's time they got put to use.
Soulive said:Oh you already have the tower? Then its automatic IMO
ohiobrewtus said:Just send Todd an email. Tell him what you already have, then tell him what you need. He'll take care of getting the disconnects and clamps on the lines and you won't have to mess with it.
I'm surprised you didn't jump on the drip tray offer that Forrest posted a month or so ago. I can't remember exactly how long it is, but the one I got from him is the same as the width of the Sanyo (within a couple of inches), and it was only $19.95.
Evan! said:Actually, the website was wrong. Bestbuy has it. And I have a $20 off coupon. I'm leaving to go pick it up now. giggity giggity.