About: “”D” system / American Sanke Coupler (Tap). This is the most common system available in the US. It is used by all the major breweries – Anheuser-Busch, Miller, Molson-Coors, and Labatt as well as most craft breweries.” [more info and dispensing tips]
Since you’re using air pressure instead of CO2 pressure, these are good for when you’re planning to dispense the entire keg in relatively short order.
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