Beginner's Kegging Guide
Kegging your homebrew allows you to force carbonate and serve in as little 2 days, saving you time and money. This is the perfect time to expand your kegging system, or build your own custom draft system. Do you have some questions? Never tried kegging before? Give us a call at (952) 562-5300 or 888-449-BREW (2739). Our customer service team is standing by to answer all of your questions about kegging systems.
We’ve gathered everything you need into one convenient page. With this great selection, it’s never been easier to create your own kegging system and ditch the bottle!
What you'll need:
- CO2 Tank
- CO2 Gas Regulator
- Gas Splitter
- Gas Line
- Liquid Line
- Gas & Liquid Connectors
- Beer Faucet
Things to consider when building your kegging system:
- Do you want several beers on tap at one time? You will need one keg, faucet, gas line, and liquid line for each keg. You'll also need a gas splitter that has one valve for each keg you'd like to serve from.
- How long should your gas lines be? The length of gas line needed is only dependent upon how far way your gas tank will be from your kegs.
- How long do my liquid lines have to be?
- Will you use a refrigerator or freezer to server your beer? If you are converting a freezer you will need a temperature controller, otherwise the kegging hardware is the same for both setups.