CO2 Distributor 2 Way w/ 1/4" barb shutoff
Add more kegs to your kegerator or keezer with a CO2 Distributor. Or have an extra gas line available for your draft bottle filler.
This CO2 manifold comes with two 1/4" barbed shutoff valves and a barbed CO2 inlet for more permanent installations where the lines do not need to be removed. 1/4" barbs work with the more common 1/4" ID gas line tubing. Corrosion-resistant nickel-plated brass manifold has 1/4" barbed shut-off valves with an integral check valve to prevent backflow of gas or liquid.
Be sure to add some Worm Gear or Oetiker clamps to hold things in place.
For a less permanent installation, check out our distributors that have 1/4" MFL threaded connections that work with a barbed swivel nut.
Looking for a complete system? See our kegging systems.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Converted old side by side freezer into kegerator. Works great.
This thing is great! I originally bought a 2 keg system with 2 regulators stubbed together, but my keezer had room for 3 kegs. I bought this (and more kegs!) and hooked it up coming out of one of the regulators, and now I have 2 kegs on the same pressure (usually IPA/session/lighter and headier beers) and an independent tap at another pressure (darker, less carbonated style) or for forced carbonating. Love it!
Wish it would have had regular linking so I wouldn't have had to cut C02 hose to fit over barb. This is important if you are going to utilize the manifold with a " beer gun." Otherwise it is exactly what you see.
Putting together my first keezer ( a conversion from just a fermentation chamber, simple serving setup) I needed just a couple of gas lines, as I only plan on a couple of small batches at a time, at the most. This was perfect, although I did wind up changing out the input barb to accommodate a slightly larger CO2 line (not a negative on the product, just personal preference). So far, so good, and I can't wait to put the whole system into use in the near future!
Seems like most Home Brewers like to come up with solutions to builds that they can make themselves. I'm no different. Thought I could come up with a home made solution to a CO2 splitter to accommodate my two keg system. I finally realized that $35 was not too high of a price for the solution. This is a solid, well made piece of necessary equipment for a multiple-keg set-up. I moved the inlet to the plugged side to accommodate my set-up. My 1/4" ID tubing fits snuggly on the 1/4" barbed fittings. I'd recommend to anyone with a multiple keg set-up.