DetailsIntroducing the Draft Brewer® Cold Crash™ Keezer Gas Line Kit, an essential package for any brewer who wants the ultimate kegerator or keezer. Whether you’re expanding your existing kegerator or building a keezer from scratch, this kit includes everything needed to distribute CO2 to multiple ball-lock kegs from one regulator. No senseless extra components.
Simply choose how many CO2 ports you need; 2, 3, 4, or 6. The jumper tubing will connect the manifold to any CO2 regulator with a ¼ MFL connection. Individual CO2 lines then connect each port of the manifold to your ball-lock kegs. Or leave one CO2 port open for your Last Straw® draft bottle filler. The possibilities are endless.
The Cold Crash™ Keezer Gas Line Kit is the easiest way to expand any of our Draft Brewer® Keg Systems. Then add faucets using our Cold Crash™ Keezer Faucet Kit and your ultimate kegerator build will be ready.
- Your choice of 2, 3, 4, or 6 way CO2 Distribution Manifold
- Ball-lock CO2 lines (one for each port on your chosen Manifold)
- Gas Line Jumper with ¼ MFL connections
- Flared Nylon Washers
A CO2 Regulator and Gas Cylinder NOT included, but required.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsI like the kit.The kit was easy to put together and what is especially important, there were no leaks. By having the connections screw on fittings, changes to other types of kegs are easier. One can have other lines with a hose connection for a sankey keg or for a pin lock keg.February 27, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 4 answersCan I get this with pin locks instead of ball lock?Do these shut offs come with check valves?Do I need to use teflon tape between manifold block and valves ?BEST ANSWER: No it is not necessary to use teflon tape.
However I added gas line yellow tape, just an old habit.Can this kit be used with nitrogen?BEST ANSWER: There is no reason that one could not use nitrogen with this kit as nitrogen is inert and won't hurt the lines or fittings and pressures are comparable. Most use a different tapper however.How long are the gas lines?