A couple months ago I started kegging with 5 gallon cornelius kegs bought on ebay. For dispensing, I use a 5lb aluminum CO2 tank with dual regulators. Up to now I had been using the picnic taps, which worked fine, but they dripped a bit in the fridge after every pour. So I decided it was about time to step up to some real faucets.
My setup includes two Perlick stainless forward seal faucets, with 5 1/8 inch stainless shanks. I really didn't need shanks that long, but figured if I ever use the faucets anywhere else, I'll be set. Then last week I happened to be up in Northern California, so I picked up a couple Sierra Nevada tap handles. (Pale and Porter) I got the short ones so there is enough clearance for the freezer door and the taps can close all the way. Here's the photos of my rig:
I have a very understanding wife!!!
What's wrong with this picture?
One dry line. I better get brewing!!!
My new Sierra taps, with my labels
above to know what's really pouring.