I got this setup to run a corny keg on the .50 cal and a sanke on the grenade. Went with a dual regulator setup in the event I need to dispense a different pressures. Currently the .50 has a strawberry blonde that I brewed up last month, while the grenade is serving up Widmer Heffe. Also have hard cider in secondary fermentation and thinking of adding a party tap on the inside to house it. So much brew, so little time...Nice Job!!!
I really like the "drip tray."
Being a homebrewer, and kegging in 5 gal. "Corny kegs" for several years now, I 've built two of these, one had the coils on the back, so I was able to plumb the CO2 line in from the side, with the tank set into a plastic Christmas tree holder sitting on the top of the fridge, and the taps on the side, (just a little more convenient in that situation,) and one with the tap on the front like you have done, with the CO2 tank inside.
(I have to admit, I tried the side tap one on a fridge that didn't have the coils on the back, and was greeted with a nice hissing sound when I used my hole saw on it...)
I use ball lock fittings for the Corny kegs for my home brew, but Rogue has garage sales at their Newport brewery on occasion, and 13.2 gal. kegs of some of their beers are for sale at $45. That's something like .42 cents a pint!!!!
The two in my keggerators are now their Mocha Porter, and their RyePA.
So, after getting a Sanke tap, and a ball lock conversion kit, I can now use my ball lock gas and beer lines on the Sanke kegs....
Great job on your keggerator, and nice to see there is another home brewer on the forum!
Or, dispense one, force carbonate the other...Went with a dual regulator setup in the event I need to dispense a different pressures.