How to Set Up a Three-Tap Kegerator for Your Home Bar
The triple tap kegerator kit is a must-have for any beer lover who wants to enjoy a fresh, cold beer on tap in the comfort of their own home. This kit includes everything you need to set up a three-tap kegerator, including a primary CO2 regulator with two gauges (one to show the pressure applied and one to show the amount of gas in the tank), 14 feet of thermoplastic vinyl hose and red PVC tubing, three keg couplers (D type), an air distributor with three-way plug-barb to better regulate gas flow, and six SS gear clamps.
Before setting up your kegerator, it's important to choose the right keg coupler for your beer. The kit comes with D-type couplers, which will fit the majority of North American beers. However, it's always a good idea to double-check compatibility with a complete list of keg couplers.
Once you've selected the right couplers, you can begin setting up your kegerator. The kit includes everything you need to assemble and install the system, and step-by-step instructions are provided to ensure a proper pour and easy maintenance.
With a triple tap kegerator, you can have three different types of beer on tap at once, making it perfect for entertaining or just enjoying a variety of brews on your own. And with fresh, cold beer always at your fingertips, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
What's Included in the Triple Tap Kegerator Kit
- Primary CO2 regulator with 2 gauges
- Thermoplastic vinyl hose, red PVC tubing - 14 feet 3 keg couplers, D type (will fit the majority of North American beers) Air distributor, three-way, plug-barb to better regulate gas flow 6 SS gear clamps.
Setting Up Your Three-Tap Kegerator
- Unpack all components and check for any damage or missing parts
- Assemble the CO2 regulator according to the instructions provided
- Attach the regulator to the CO2 cylinder and tighten the nut with a wrench
- Connect the regulator to the air distributor using the included tubing and gear clamps
- Attach the keg couplers to the appropriate kegs and tighten them with a wrench
- Connect the keg couplers to the air distributor using the included tubing and gear clamps
- Connect the tap handles to the keg couplers
- Adjust the pressure on the CO2 regulator according to the instructions provided
- Check for any leaks and make any necessary adjustments
- Enjoy fresh, cold beer on tap in your own home!
Setting up a kegerator may seem intimidating, but with the triple tap kegerator kit, it's easier than ever to enjoy a fresh, cold beer on tap in your own home. With everything you need to include in the kit and the step-by-step instructions provided, you can have your kegerator up and running in no time. And with the ability to have three different types of beer on tap at once, you'll never want to go back to bottled or canned beer again. So why not give it a try and see how much fun it can be to have a kegerator in your home bar?