MotoDj wrote:4 when your setting it up for the first time, the hardest thing to do is dial the pressure in correctly, most have bleeder valves to let pressure out, buy the gauge its worth the extra dough, keep the line as short as possible, you dont wanna have to run a few beers in the drain to get the cold fresh beer out (like turning the hot water on and waiting for the water to get hot...)
BrotherDave wrote:My dad and I are getting tired of buying beer and dealing with the cans and bottles. So, we're thinking of getting a kegerator.
1) How long will a keg of beer stay drinkable?
2) Difference between CO2 and NO2 set ups?
3) I have a sixth barrel/torpedo keg that a friend gave me, can I use them in a kegerator?
4) Anything else I should know?
I know we have some drinkers on here, don't fail me now boys.
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