It's obviously the cheaper option, and it's what I do. However the better option is to have 2 NRV's after the splitter, in case you force carb a keg at a much higher pressure and then add it into the system. It just prevents contamination of one keg from another via beer running up the gas line. Still, if you're careful, it's not a problem.Hey all,
I recently split my gas line to run 2 kegs, and put the nrv before the splitter. I keep same co2 volume for all my brews. Is this ok or should I have put in 2 seperate nrv's after the splitter???