Quick connects on a sanke?

Discussion in 'Home Bar' started by GreenJetta912, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. GreenJetta912

    GreenJetta912 Initiate (0) Apr 6, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Has anyone messed with trying to take off the barb fitting on the gas inlet of a sanke tap (the one used by commercial breweries) and replacing it with the same fitting as the gas inlet on a corny keg (the one used by homebrewers)? I want to be able to easily switch back and forth between cornys and sanke kegs by using the same quick connects.. Are corny gas inlets the same size as a beer nut fitting?

    If I can do this I'll just use a picnic tap handle on the end of all the sanke kegs, and hook the cornys to the tap handles on my beer fridge. Is this feasable?
     
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    barls Initiate (145) Nov 15, 2006 Australia

  3. JoeSpartaNJ

    JoeSpartaNJ Initiate (180) Feb 5, 2008 New Jersey

  4. GreenJetta912

    GreenJetta912 Initiate (0) Apr 6, 2011 Pennsylvania

  5. JoeSpartaNJ

    JoeSpartaNJ Initiate (180) Feb 5, 2008 New Jersey

    Those are cool as too!
     
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