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1/4″ NPT Male x 1/4″ SAE Male Stainless Fitting – $6.99 + free shipping & Building a Spunding Valve

HFS (R) Twin Fitting, Adapter 1/4" male SAE 37 Degree Flare to 1/4" Male NPT ; Stainless Steel 304

HFS (R) Adaptor Stainless Steel S 304 3A (1/4″ NPT – 1/4″ SAE)

A Spunding Valve allows you to ferment under pressure, naturally and precisely carbonate in the keg, fix over-carbonated beers and more.  See: Build a Spunding Valve for more info.  Take a look at Build Option 2 for a version that uses this fitting.  A photo of this fitting as part of a Spunding Valve build is to the right.  Note: The description of this has changed since I first purchased it in October of 2018.  At that time it was titled HFS (R) Twin Fitting, Adapter 1/4″ male SAE 37 Degree Flare to 1/4″ Male NPT ; Stainless Steel 304. 

2/29/20 10 PM Central: This is selling for just $6.99. Shipping is also free to many US addresses. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

HFS (R) Adaptor Stainless Steel S 304 3A (1/4″ NPT – 1/4″ SAE) – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link


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Make sure the components you use are compatible and rated for your intended application.  Contact manufacturer with questions about suitability or a specific application.  Always read and follow manufacturer directions.  prod:B014UJEVUG

SIX x 3 Piece Fermentation Airlocks – $7.08, $1.18 Each + free prime ship

3 Piece Plastic Airlock (Sold in sets of 6)

6 x 3 Piece Fermenter Airlocks


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

  • Airlock, three piece airlock, wine bubbler, beer bubbler
  • Simple to use
  • Easy to clean

2/27/20 7 AM Central: These are selling for just $7.08. Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying order. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. Also: Recent Amazon Finds and Amazon Fillers Resource Page 

Home Brewing Supplies 48-9AJX-W965 Econolock-6pk Airlock, Clear


Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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Brew Hardware – the Cold Crash Guardian – No Oxygen Cold Crash Blowoff – $7.99

cold crash guardian

The Cold Crush Guardian via Brew Hardware

From Brew Hardware: “If you ferment in a temp controlled environment and enjoy the benefits of cold crashing, the inevitable problem is that the cooling in the fermenter creates a vacuum. The worst case scenario is that the liquid from your airlock or blowoff container gets sucked back into the beer and some portion of air from within the refrigerator is also drawn in. This has both contamination and oxidation effects on the beer even if you haven’t noticed it yet. If you’ve jumped on the New England IPA craze, even tiny amounts of oxygen will destroy that beer.”

More Info

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

There are very few discussions being had on this topic and when it is brought up, those concerned are often told not to worry about it or offered solutions that don’t work. Scroll to the bottom to read about some of these misguided solutions.

What you get:
This simple but effective kit includes a 1 gallon expandable bladder connected to a tee. The tee is pressed into a hole in a drilled stopper, grommet or carboy cap (you provide) and the top of the tee connects to an included hose that is dangled into a container of starsan solution (you provide). We include 4 feet of tubing which can be cut as necessary. We also include a hose barb splice fitting that you can insert into the stopper in order to get the tee further away from your fermenter if necessary.

How it works:
As your wort ferments, the CO2 inflates the bag full, then excess pressure is vented through the blowoff tube and bubbles through the starsan in your catch container. If yeast and trub is blown through the assembly, it will collect in the starsan container as with any other blowoff setup. If any debris makes it into the bladder, which is unlikely, it can easy be cleaned out by removing the cap from the bladder.

Once fermentation is over and you set your fermentation temp controller to COLD, the vacuum created in the fermenter will start to draw the CO2 out of the inflated bag as necessary. In most cases, the bag will deflate about a 3rd of the way for 5 gallon batches and half way for 10 gallon batches. No starsan will draw up the tubing. More importantly, only CO2 will be drawn back into the headspace. No oxygen, no starsan, no bacteria.

The barbs on the tee that insert into your fermenter are 3/8″ OD. These will fit typical openings designed for airlocks including bucket lid grommets, the larger nipple on a carboy cap, and drilled rubber stoppers.

Typical solutions offered on brewing forums:

I just plug up my fermenter so that the vacuum cannot draw anything in.
If your fermenter can hold up to the vacuum without damage or sucking your stopper down the hole, the problem is that you will eventually need to unseal it. Once the stopper is removed, oxygen rich air gets drawn in. Also don’t discount how damaging vacuum can be. You can crease PET fermenters this way. You can also implode stainless tanks.

I just use an S-style airlock because it will pass gas both directions without draining starsan back in.
The only problem this prevents is the contamination of beer with whatever liquid you have in the airlock. It does not stop oxygen.

Who cares if Starsan is drawn into the beer, it’s safe enough to drink.
Wow. Most people immediately understand the lapse of judgement here. There are endless safe things you can add to your beer that would make it taste bad.

I never had a problem with contamination or oxidation.
Some beers are more or less susceptible to off flavors/oxidation problems and some people have higher thresholds for detecting those problems. If you are completely happy with your beer despite less than ideal practices, this product is not for you.

I hook up my CO2 tank and set it to less than 1 PSI to push in CO2 when the vacuum is formed.
This is indeed how the pros handle it and of course it works. At a homebrew scale there are a few things to keep in mind. First you do need a CO2 tank, a good regulator that doesn’t drift, and a fermenter that is 100% sealed. If you have even a slow leak in the fermenter seals, kiss that whole tank of CO2 goodbye. If your regulator drifts even a couple PSI (due to being borrowed out of your cold kegerator), you can compromise your fermenters due to overpressurization.

 

This has been out of stock for a long time.  months and months.  As of this posting it’s available again and on sale for just $7.99.  If you’re interested in this, I’d suggest purchasing sooner rather than later.

COLD CRASH GUARDIAN – NO OXYGEN COLD CRASH BLOWOFF

UPDATE: And… sold out.  This sold out in short order…  We’re keeping a close eye on this product.  Connect With HBF and we’ll let you know the next time it’s available.

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the product page for current price, description and availability

Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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Brew Hardware – the Cold Crash Guardian – No Oxygen Cold Crash Blowoff

cold crash guardian

The Cold Crush Guardian via Brew Hardware

From Brew Hardware: “If you ferment in a temp controlled environment and enjoy the benefits of cold crashing, the inevitable problem is that the cooling in the fermenter creates a vacuum. The worst case scenario is that the liquid from your airlock or blowoff container gets sucked back into the beer and some portion of air from within the refrigerator is also drawn in. This has both contamination and oxidation effects on the beer even if you haven’t noticed it yet. If you’ve jumped on the New England IPA craze, even tiny amounts of oxygen will destroy that beer.”

More Info

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

There are very few discussions being had on this topic and when it is brought up, those concerned are often told not to worry about it or offered solutions that don’t work. Scroll to the bottom to read about some of these misguided solutions.

What you get:
This simple but effective kit includes a 1 gallon expandable bladder connected to a tee. The tee is pressed into a hole in a drilled stopper, grommet or carboy cap (you provide) and the top of the tee connects to an included hose that is dangled into a container of starsan solution (you provide). We include 4 feet of tubing which can be cut as necessary. We also include a hose barb splice fitting that you can insert into the stopper in order to get the tee further away from your fermenter if necessary.

How it works:
As your wort ferments, the CO2 inflates the bag full, then excess pressure is vented through the blowoff tube and bubbles through the starsan in your catch container. If yeast and trub is blown through the assembly, it will collect in the starsan container as with any other blowoff setup. If any debris makes it into the bladder, which is unlikely, it can easy be cleaned out by removing the cap from the bladder.

Once fermentation is over and you set your fermentation temp controller to COLD, the vacuum created in the fermenter will start to draw the CO2 out of the inflated bag as necessary. In most cases, the bag will deflate about a 3rd of the way for 5 gallon batches and half way for 10 gallon batches. No starsan will draw up the tubing. More importantly, only CO2 will be drawn back into the headspace. No oxygen, no starsan, no bacteria.

The barbs on the tee that insert into your fermenter are 3/8″ OD. These will fit typical openings designed for airlocks including bucket lid grommets, the larger nipple on a carboy cap, and drilled rubber stoppers.

Typical solutions offered on brewing forums:

I just plug up my fermenter so that the vacuum cannot draw anything in.
If your fermenter can hold up to the vacuum without damage or sucking your stopper down the hole, the problem is that you will eventually need to unseal it. Once the stopper is removed, oxygen rich air gets drawn in. Also don’t discount how damaging vacuum can be. You can crease PET fermenters this way. You can also implode stainless tanks.

I just use an S-style airlock because it will pass gas both directions without draining starsan back in.
The only problem this prevents is the contamination of beer with whatever liquid you have in the airlock. It does not stop oxygen.

Who cares if Starsan is drawn into the beer, it’s safe enough to drink.
Wow. Most people immediately understand the lapse of judgement here. There are endless safe things you can add to your beer that would make it taste bad.

I never had a problem with contamination or oxidation.
Some beers are more or less susceptible to off flavors/oxidation problems and some people have higher thresholds for detecting those problems. If you are completely happy with your beer despite less than ideal practices, this product is not for you.

I hook up my CO2 tank and set it to less than 1 PSI to push in CO2 when the vacuum is formed.
This is indeed how the pros handle it and of course it works. At a homebrew scale there are a few things to keep in mind. First you do need a CO2 tank, a good regulator that doesn’t drift, and a fermenter that is 100% sealed. If you have even a slow leak in the fermenter seals, kiss that whole tank of CO2 goodbye. If your regulator drifts even a couple PSI (due to being borrowed out of your cold kegerator), you can compromise your fermenters due to overpressurization.

 

This has been out of stock for a long time.  months and months.  As of this posting it’s available again and on sale for just $7.99.  If you’re interested in this, I’d suggest purchasing sooner rather than later.

COLD CRASH GUARDIAN – NO OXYGEN COLD CRASH BLOWOFF

UPDATE: And… sold out.  This sold out in short order…  We’re keeping a close eye on this product.  Connect With HBF and we’ll let you know the next time it’s available.

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the product page for current price, description and availability

Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer – $89.99, Save $40 with stacking deals

PLAATO Airlock - WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer via MoreBeer

More Info

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

PLAATO is a brand-new way of analyzing your ongoing fermentation. This digital airlock sends information about your fermentation straight to your phone – monitoring specific gravity, fermentation activity, alcohol percentage, and ambient temperature – and does so 100% non-invasively. For every single batch, a unique fermentation analysis report is generated that helps you understand what’s going on from start to finish. Know when (and if) your fermentation begins, how the yeast works its way through the wort, and how temperature steps affect the rate of fermentation. With each batch you’ll gain more and more insight into the fermentation process. PLAATO connects to your local WiFi and uploads data every five minutes, which you can view at any time with the free PLAATO App for iOS and Android devices.

How PLAATO Works
In the fermentation process the glucose in the wort is mainly converted into equal amounts of ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. The liquid alcohol remains in the beer, and the gaseous CO2 bubbles up and out of your fermenter. In other words, by knowing the amount of CO2 that has been produced we also know the amount of alcohol produced. This is exactly what PLAATO tracks.

PLAATO measures the flow of CO2, and knows at any time the total amount of gas that has escaped the fermenter. This data is instantly included in their advanced algorithms and valuable data can be calculated. This technique is used by laboratories all over the world, but PLAATO is the first commercial product that utilizes this chemical relation and technology to give valuable information to brewers.

Designed by Brewers
PLAATO was developed from the ground up by a team of passionate homebrewers with practicality and ease-of-use in mind. Simply install the airlock, connect it to WiFi, and enter your starting gravity in PLAATO app. The airlock is made from food safe Tritan and can be broken down and sanitized with Star San or other commonly used chemicals. It’s also splash proof and designed to withstand overflowing fermentations.

  • PLAATO Airlock
  • Micro USB power cable (10 ft.)
  • Free iOS & Android app
  • 2018 Red Dot award winner for Industrial Design

 

  • This is on sale, marked down $99.  That’s a $30 savings
  • Save Another 10%.:  MoreBeer is discounting everything sitewide, with some exceptions by 10% when you coupon code NICELIST.  This stacks making the Plaato $89.99.  That’s a $40 savings in all…. 10% Off MoreBeer!
  • Get Free Shipping: Shipping is also free to most US addresses with a qualifying $59 order.

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670 – remember coupon code NICELIST

Update: This promo has expired or pricing, availability or description has changed – Check the supplier’s site or product page for current availability

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PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer – $99.99, Save $30 + free shipping

PLAATO Airlock - WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer via MoreBeer

More Info

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

PLAATO is a brand-new way of analyzing your ongoing fermentation. This digital airlock sends information about your fermentation straight to your phone – monitoring specific gravity, fermentation activity, alcohol percentage, and ambient temperature – and does so 100% non-invasively. For every single batch, a unique fermentation analysis report is generated that helps you understand what’s going on from start to finish. Know when (and if) your fermentation begins, how the yeast works its way through the wort, and how temperature steps affect the rate of fermentation. With each batch you’ll gain more and more insight into the fermentation process. PLAATO connects to your local WiFi and uploads data every five minutes, which you can view at any time with the free PLAATO App for iOS and Android devices.

How PLAATO Works
In the fermentation process the glucose in the wort is mainly converted into equal amounts of ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. The liquid alcohol remains in the beer, and the gaseous CO2 bubbles up and out of your fermenter. In other words, by knowing the amount of CO2 that has been produced we also know the amount of alcohol produced. This is exactly what PLAATO tracks.

PLAATO measures the flow of CO2, and knows at any time the total amount of gas that has escaped the fermenter. This data is instantly included in their advanced algorithms and valuable data can be calculated. This technique is used by laboratories all over the world, but PLAATO is the first commercial product that utilizes this chemical relation and technology to give valuable information to brewers.

Designed by Brewers
PLAATO was developed from the ground up by a team of passionate homebrewers with practicality and ease-of-use in mind. Simply install the airlock, connect it to WiFi, and enter your starting gravity in PLAATO app. The airlock is made from food safe Tritan and can be broken down and sanitized with Star San or other commonly used chemicals. It’s also splash proof and designed to withstand overflowing fermentations.

  • PLAATO Airlock
  • Micro USB power cable (10 ft.)
  • Free iOS & Android app
  • 2018 Red Dot award winner for Industrial Design

 

  • This is on sale, marked down $99.  That’s a $30 savings
  • Get Free Shipping: Shipping is also free to most US addresses with a qualifying $59 order.

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

Update: This promo has expired or pricing, availability or description has changed – Check the supplier’s site or product page for current availability

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Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer – $99, Save $30, Limited Availability

PLAATO Airlock - WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer via MoreBeer

More Info

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

PLAATO is a brand-new way of analyzing your ongoing fermentation. This digital airlock sends information about your fermentation straight to your phone – monitoring specific gravity, fermentation activity, alcohol percentage, and ambient temperature – and does so 100% non-invasively. For every single batch, a unique fermentation analysis report is generated that helps you understand what’s going on from start to finish. Know when (and if) your fermentation begins, how the yeast works its way through the wort, and how temperature steps affect the rate of fermentation. With each batch you’ll gain more and more insight into the fermentation process. PLAATO connects to your local WiFi and uploads data every five minutes, which you can view at any time with the free PLAATO App for iOS and Android devices.

How PLAATO Works
In the fermentation process the glucose in the wort is mainly converted into equal amounts of ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. The liquid alcohol remains in the beer, and the gaseous CO2 bubbles up and out of your fermenter. In other words, by knowing the amount of CO2 that has been produced we also know the amount of alcohol produced. This is exactly what PLAATO tracks.

PLAATO measures the flow of CO2, and knows at any time the total amount of gas that has escaped the fermenter. This data is instantly included in their advanced algorithms and valuable data can be calculated. This technique is used by laboratories all over the world, but PLAATO is the first commercial product that utilizes this chemical relation and technology to give valuable information to brewers.

Designed by Brewers
PLAATO was developed from the ground up by a team of passionate homebrewers with practicality and ease-of-use in mind. Simply install the airlock, connect it to WiFi, and enter your starting gravity in PLAATO app. The airlock is made from food safe Tritan and can be broken down and sanitized with Star San or other commonly used chemicals. It’s also splash proof and designed to withstand overflowing fermentations.

  • PLAATO Airlock
  • Micro USB power cable (10 ft.)
  • Free iOS & Android app
  • 2018 Red Dot award winner for Industrial Design

 

Limited Availability Deal of the Day: As of this posting, this is marked down to $99.99 as a MoreBeer Deal of the DayShipping 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.

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

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer – $84.99, Save $45 with stacking deals

PLAATO Airlock - WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer via MoreBeer

More Info

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

PLAATO is a brand-new way of analyzing your ongoing fermentation. This digital airlock sends information about your fermentation straight to your phone – monitoring specific gravity, fermentation activity, alcohol percentage, and ambient temperature – and does so 100% non-invasively. For every single batch, a unique fermentation analysis report is generated that helps you understand what’s going on from start to finish. Know when (and if) your fermentation begins, how the yeast works its way through the wort, and how temperature steps affect the rate of fermentation. With each batch you’ll gain more and more insight into the fermentation process. PLAATO connects to your local WiFi and uploads data every five minutes, which you can view at any time with the free PLAATO App for iOS and Android devices.

How PLAATO Works
In the fermentation process the glucose in the wort is mainly converted into equal amounts of ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. The liquid alcohol remains in the beer, and the gaseous CO2 bubbles up and out of your fermenter. In other words, by knowing the amount of CO2 that has been produced we also know the amount of alcohol produced. This is exactly what PLAATO tracks.

PLAATO measures the flow of CO2, and knows at any time the total amount of gas that has escaped the fermenter. This data is instantly included in their advanced algorithms and valuable data can be calculated. This technique is used by laboratories all over the world, but PLAATO is the first commercial product that utilizes this chemical relation and technology to give valuable information to brewers.

Designed by Brewers
PLAATO was developed from the ground up by a team of passionate homebrewers with practicality and ease-of-use in mind. Simply install the airlock, connect it to WiFi, and enter your starting gravity in PLAATO app. The airlock is made from food safe Tritan and can be broken down and sanitized with Star San or other commonly used chemicals. It’s also splash proof and designed to withstand overflowing fermentations.

  • PLAATO Airlock
  • Micro USB power cable (10 ft.)
  • Free iOS & Android app
  • 2018 Red Dot award winner for Industrial Design

 

  • This is on sale, marked down $99.  That’s a $30 savings
  • Site Wide Sale: For a short time, MoreBeer is taking 15% off nearly everything, site wide as part of their 12 Deals of Christmas Sale!.  There are a few exceptions.  This stacks with the Plaato sale making it just $84.99.  That’s a $45 savings in all.
  • Get Free Shipping: Shipping is also free to most US addresses with a qualifying $59 order.

PLAATO Airlock – WiFi Fermentation Analyzer FE670 – remember coupon code MORESANTA

Update: This promo has expired or pricing, availability or description has changed – Check the supplier’s site or product page for current availability

Recent Deals!  Last Fifty Finds

Related: Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation & Best Sellers in Lab Erlenmeyers – via Amazon | StirStarter Stir Plate | Yeast Starters and Fermentation Resource Page

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Pin Lock Users: A Ready Made Spunding Valve for You for $33.99 + free shipping + deal on pin locks

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

More Info

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

These are purpose built high quality valves by BrewMaster. Not just hardware store pieces like the competitors.

Two functions in one great piece of hardware!

The Pin Lock QD Adjustable Pressure Valve W/Gauge relieves pressure while filtering from one keg to another. At the same time it gives you the ability to read the pressure in the receiving keg. And Ferment under desired pressure!

  1. Gauge reads 0~15 PSI.
  2. The farthest end away from the Pin lock disconnect is how you adjust the pressure.
  3. Simply turn the ap on way of the other until the desired pressure is maintained.
  4. You can also naturally carbonate your beer in a keg without have to worry about oer carbonating.
  5. This Ball Lock Adjustable Pressure valve with gauge allows you to relieve pressure while filtering your beer from one keg to another a lowing a closed system.

 

A Spunding Valve allows you to ferment under pressure, naturally and precisely carbonate in the keg, fix over-carbonated beers and lots more. See: Build a Spunding Valve – for loads of information on building and using a Spunding Valve.

As if this posting, this is eBay offering is selling for just $33.99. Shipping is also free to many US addresses.  Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

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Inline CO2 Regulator [control each keg separately]… $3.99 via William’s Brewing’s Black Friday Sale + Hands on Review & Hacks

william's brewing inline regulatorInline Regulator via William’s Brewing.  About: “This in line regulator features 1/4″ hose barbs, and can be adjusted with a flat head screwdriver. It can reduce incoming pressure from 150 PSI to 1 PSI. It is very handy to use when you want to use a single output C02 regulator in a draft system, but supply different kegs with different dispensing pressures. 4.75″ long with included brass hose barbs installed.”  The product page has a video with more info.

This is basically an inline secondary regulator.  You still need a primary regulator attached to your CO2 tank.  The idea is, you set the primary to the highest pressure you will use (without exceeding specifications of any component of your system) and then use these regulators inline (one per line) to fine tune pressure and carbonation [See: Balancing Your Draft System].  As an example, you could set your primary to 25 PSI for faster force carbonation and set each line to a different pressure based on desired carbonation level.

Review and Hacks… ReviewDial in w/SpundingUse for portable serving!

As of this posting, William’s Brewing is discounting a large selection of gear for Black Friday… William’s Brewing Black Friday!  These great faucets are included in the mix and marked down to just $3.99!  Check William’s for current availability.

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