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Branny

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Hi all. A bit of advice, please.

I have my kegerator up and running with a single keg and party tap. This will be a 2 keg set up with a third keg for conditioning to keep the beer coming. The gas bottle is housed in the fridge.

I've received my Kegland secondary regulators today.

In terms of gas management, do people still use gas board-type arrangements with the regs mounted on this? If so, any ideas for such a board? My initial thoughts are a plastic chopping board with the reg's mounted to this, the board then velcroed to the side of the fridge.

Alternatively, unless I'm under simplifying this, couldn't I simply have the regs connected as close as possible to the kegs and daisy chain as normal?

Any ideas/thoughts would be hugely appreciated.

Thanks.
 

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I used some of that polythene expanded packing material that is shaped or infills TVs etc. Then cable tied the connections to that. I added the regulators on the gas line near the keg I wanted different pressure on.
Remember those regulators are difficult to read as dial is so small.
Flute board is another option.
 

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