So I'm looking real hard at building my first kegging system. There are just a few things that are key to what I'm looking for.
I have a 20lb C02 Tank already. I want to start out with a 2 Keg Ball Lock set up.
I do not mind the used Corny's but the new ones do look cool. I figure I can upgrade those later if needed.
Also, I do have a fridge that I can see eventually making into a faucet set up, but for now I was just thinking about keeping it simple and then maybe upgrading to facets down the road. (Should be easy to do that upgrade right?)
So I was looking around at some pricing on some of the sites that I have ran into from the posts here in this forum and just a simple looksee on ebay and here is what I have came up with.
$235 w/o the tank: http://www.midwestsupplies.com/kegging/ ... ystem.html
$204 w/o the Tank (Lesser Regulator than the one above. Seems that this one is a bit more "Touchy" aka less consistent) gas line is 5/16" inner diameter and is 4' long. The beer line is 3/16" inner diameter and 5' long http://www.midwestsupplies.com/review/p ... t/id/3708/
$175 (Has a Duel gauge splitter type Regulator) 5 feet of 5/16 Inch gas line. 5 feet of 3/16 Inch beer line http://www.beveragefactory.com/draftbee ... _kit.shtml
$275 http://www.homebrewing.org/Kegging-syst ... _1779.html
Kegconnection was going to be around $290 (And you would need to piece the kit together)
Northern Brewer was going to be around $275 (And you would need to piece the kit together)
Beverage Elements was going to be around $255 (And you would need to piece the kit together)
Should I be concerned with the quality aspect of the two cheaper options? Anyone have any alternatives that they would mind suggesting?