In-Line Check Valve – $6.45, Half Off at Homebrewer’s Outpost
IN-LINE CHECK VALVEMore Info
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The In-Line check valve is designed to prevent the backflow of beer into your regulator and possibly damaging it. It simply attaches between your current gas-in quick connect and gas line.
The best insurance against damaging your regulator from backflowing beer.
Keep things flowing the right way. Note pressure changes make it possible for beer to backflow into gas lines and regulators. Compatible check valves help to prevent that frustrating situation.
- Homebrewer’s Outpost is closing out a load of merchandise through an Extreme Deals closeout sale.
- That sale brings this down to just $6.45. That’s about half off
- Shipping is an additional calculated cost based on your location. Because of minimum shipping costs… (A package will cost a minimum amount no matter how much it weighs), it may make sense to place a larger order. Additional items may ship for no (or little) more. Browse all sale items and the remainder of the Extreme Deals Sale to put together the best order for you.
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