- Oct 25, 2021
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Thanks homie, I like the idea of coming up with a bracket that attaches to the tank strap. Keeping everything on the inside is an objective since it keeps the footprint smaller (i.e., wife happier).A couple things come to mind looking at your picture. Is there a way to have the CO2 tank/regulator/manifold outside of your kegerator? It appears the beers line exit the top into a tap tower, is there a way to sneak a gas line in too? A single gas line through there could supply your manifold or three gas line coming in with the manifold on the outside.
Or, fabricate a bracket to attach to the CO2 tank strap to hold your manifold and have a small piece of hose from the regulator.
Just some thoughts.
The setup pictured, drained my CO2 tank over the course of two days (my fault). I need to go through and re-check with some soapy water to see where I missed a leak. Definitely a downside to having all these fittings.