3 Way CO2 Manifold – $22.99, Limited Availability + Our Top Draft Resources
Gas Manifold – 1/4 in. (Aluminum) from MoreBeer
Use to serve multiple kegs in our kegerator using a single tank and regulatorMore Info
From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:
Manifolds are a great way to have one CO2 tank supply multiple kegs. This manifold is made from aluminum, brass, and stainless. It also works up to 100 psi and includes 1/4 in ball valves with built in check valves. Another ball valve can be added to the end of the manifold for an additional gas line.
- 1/4 in ball valves
- Rated up to 100 psi
- Screw holes for easy mounting
- Optional additional port on the end
Limited Availability Deal of the Day: As of this posting, this is marked down to $22.99 as a MoreBeer Deal of the Day. Shipping is also free to addresses in the contiguous US with most $59 Orders. Availability: This is available today only, while supplies last. Quantities are limited. Check the MoreBeer’s Deal of the Day to check today’s offering.
Why This is a Great Deal: My general rule of thumb for what constitutes a good deal on a CO2 manifold is anything less than $10 per trunk. This one is selling for $22.99. That figures to just $7.63 per trunk.
Product Description – Here – Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.
Note: I’ve seen the product page show the wrong version of this manifold. Just look double check the description to make sure you’re getting the correct three way manifold.
Gas Manifold – 1/4 in. (Aluminum) D1807
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