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SIX way CO2 Manifold – $49.99 – compare at $69.99

Gas Manifold - 6 Way

Gas Manifold – 6 Way  About from Brewer Dude: “Manifolds allow you to have one CO2 tank with multiple lines. Each line can be turned off individually without affecting flow to other kegs. Each ball valve contains a check valve that ensures no beer or gas can flow between the two kegs. The barbs are all 5/16″, standard for gas line in the beer industry.”

This allows you to vend multiple kegs using the same co2 tank and regulator.  It features check valves so that your beer keeps flowing the right way.

I believe that this is the same manifold that MoreBeer offers.  As of this posting, that offering is selling for $69.99.  That’s a guess.  That’s a great system, check out my review

As of this posting, this is selling for $49.99.  That figures to just $8.33 per trunk.  My personal rule of thumb for calling one of these is anything less than $10 per trunk.  Check the product page for current price and availability.

Gas Manifold – 6 Way

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SIX way CO2 Manifold – $49.99 – compare at $69.99

Gas Manifold - 6 Way

Gas Manifold – 6 Way  About from Brewer Dude: “Manifolds allow you to have one CO2 tank with multiple lines. Each line can be turned off individually without affecting flow to other kegs. Each ball valve contains a check valve that ensures no beer or gas can flow between the two kegs. The barbs are all 5/16″, standard for gas line in the beer industry.”

This allows you to vend multiple kegs using the same co2 tank and regulator.  It features check valves so that your beer keeps flowing the right way.

I believe that this is the same manifold that MoreBeer offers.  As of this posting, that offering is selling for $69.99.  That’s a guess.  That’s a great system, check out my review

As of this posting, this is selling for $49.99.  That figures to just $8.33 per trunk.  My personal rule of thumb for calling one of these is anything less than $10 per trunk.  Check the product page for current price and availability.

Gas Manifold – 6 Way

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CO2 Manifold 2 to 6 Way – from $6.83 per trunk

2-6 Way 1/4" barb CO2 Gas Distribution Manifold w/ Valve Beer Kegerator Spliter

2-6 Way 1/4″ barb CO2 Gas Distribution Manifold w/ Valve Beer Kegerator Spliter

  • 1/4 in ball valves
  • Rated up to 100 psi
  • Screw holes for easy mounting

As of this posting, the 6 way is selling for just $41.  Shipping to most US addresses is also free.  My rule of thumb for a good deal on these is anything below $10 per trunk.  This one figures to just $6.83 per trunk shipped for the six way.  Other configurations are available.  Check product page for current price and availability.

2-6 Way 1/4″ barb CO2 Gas Distribution Manifold w/ Valve Beer Kegerator Spliter

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20% Off CO2 Manifolds at William’s Brewing!

CO2 Manifolds from William’s Brewing.  Each of the runs has a ball valve with an integrated check valve.

Check Valves.  The check valve ensures that liquid doesn’t backflow from one line to another.  It’s not common for beer to backfeed up a line, but it is certainly possible.

Barb Fittings.  Each of the four runs and the inlet feature 1/4″ barb fittings.  Personally, I prefer barb fittings on CO2 lines as they don’t loosen over time.  Even a small leak could mean an emptied CO2 tank.

Aluminium Body.  This manifold features an aluminum body.  One end has a 1/4″ NPT to 1/4″ barb installed for hooking up to your regulator.  The opposite end has a 1/4″ NPT plug installed.  That plug can be removed and another brass valve or part can be installed…  Q87, D16, or D69.

As of this posting, these are each marked down 20%. No coupon or promo code is required, sale price is reflected on each product page.  These are a great deal!  Check William’s Brewing for up to the minute price and availability.

CO2 Manifolds at William’s Brewing

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2 Way CO2 Manifold – Serve Multiple Kegs

Gas Manifold - 2 Way Aluminum (Keg King) 1/4" Barb

2 Way CO2 Manifold.  Aluminum body.  1/4″ Barbs.  Each trunk has a ball valve and integrated check valves.


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Split your gas line to serve multiple kegs with this manifold
  • Splits one gas feed to two, each with their own shutoff/check valve
  • Aluminum body construction, with brass barbs & stainless shutoffs
  • Screw holes for easy mounting
  • 1/4 inch

Use to pressurize multiple kegs off one co2 regulator.  Check valves stop beer or other liquids from back feeding into other lines or your regulator.

Gas Manifold – 2 Way Aluminum (Keg King) 1/4″ Barb


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Kegerator Tubing – Barbed vs Flare Fittings – what should you use?

Pictured: Four way CO2 Manifold via William’s Brewing

I think that the general consensus among homebrewers and home kegerator builders is that… MFL/Flare/Swivel connections are superior to barbed connections.  That’s just my read on the situation, no scientific basis for that statement.  After all, MFL swivel thingies look cool, they’re easy to attach and you can take tubing on and off easily and.  The total solution, including swivels also generally costs more… more expensive = more better… right?

My take on the matter…

For gas lines: Personally, I prefer barb fittings on CO2 lines as they don’t loosen over time.  Use a quality clamp and you have a solid connection that should not loosen or leak over time.  Moving kegs and lines around could conceivably loosen MFL connections and a CO2 leak is invisible.  Even a small, slow leak could equal an emptied CO2 tank.

For liquid lines: A liquid leak is a lot more obvious.  A little dripping from a liquid MFL line would tell you that the line has loosened.  I generally use flare swivels on liquid lines.  I do still use barbs on tail pieces because that’s kind of a tight spot on my kegerator that makes it difficult to turn a wrench.

Of course you can use whatever you want.  If you use MFL, I suggest periodically tightening swivels to make sure you always have a good, solid connection.

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4 Way Expandable CO2 Manifold – $40.99 + Hands on Review & Draft Resources

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This manifold allows you to split a single tank into multiple runs and control each with an independent ball valve.  Each ball valve also contains a check valve that stops one beer from backflowing into another line.  Pressure changes can cause this to happen with a simple T-type system.  This manifold prevents the issue.  This system can also expand as needed by adding an additional outlet.

Check out my Hands on Review of this great system

Product Description – Here. Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day. Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section – Here – to see if this is still available.

Gas Manifold – 4 Way D1810 – $48.99 $40.99 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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4 Way Expandable CO2 Manifold – $40.99 + Hands on Review & Draft Resources

5648

This manifold allows you to split a single tank into multiple runs and control each with an independent ball valve.  Each ball valve also contains a check valve that stops one beer from backflowing into another line.  Pressure changes can cause this to happen with a simple T-type system.  This manifold prevents the issue.  This system can also expand as needed by adding an additional outlet.

Check out my Hands on Review of this great system

Product Description – Here. Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day. Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section – Here – to see if this is still available.

Gas Manifold – 4 Way D1810 – $48.99 $40.99 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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Four Way CO2 Manifold – $27 – $6.75 per trunk!

Air Distributor 5/16", CO2 Manifold Splitter 5/16" Barb Fittings (4 Way) US SHIP

Four way CO2 Manifold.  Use to serve multiple kegs from one tank.

  • Aluminum body
  • Shutoffs with check valves
  • 5/16″ barbed inlet and 5/16″ barbed outlets
  • Control the flow– Each line can be turned off individually without affecting the flow of other kegs
  • Includes integrated check valves prevent liquid from back flowing into the manifold and your regulator.
  • Allow a single CO2 tank to dispense multiple kegs
  • Comes with mounting holes on the manifold body to allow for easy installation on walls or kegerators.

As of this posting, this ebay offering is selling for just $21.  Shipping to most US addresses is $6.  My rule of thumb for a good deal on these is anything below $10 per trunk.  This one figures to just $6.75 per trunk shipped.  Check product page for current price and availability.

Air Distributor 5/16″, CO2 Manifold Splitter 5/16″ Barb Fittings (4 Way)

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4 Way Expandable CO2 Manifold – $38.99 + Hands on Review & Draft Resources

5648

This manifold allows you to split a single tank into multiple runs and control each with an independent ball valve.  Each ball valve also contains a check valve that stops one beer from backflowing into another line.  Pressure changes can cause this to happen with a simple T-type system.  This manifold prevents the issue.  This system can also expand as needed by adding an additional outlet.

Check out my Hands on Review of this great system

Product Description – Here. Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day. Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section – Here – to see if this is still available.

Gas Manifold – 4 Way D1810 – $48.99 $38.99 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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