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Triple Cobra - Basic Kit (Pin Lock Cornelius)
Triple Cobra - Basic Kit (Pin Lock Cornelius)
Triple Cobra Tap Homebrew Kegerator Conversion Kit featuring Pin Lock Cornelius Connectors. Because three beer taps are better then one. This is a popular kit for people who want multiple styles of beer available at the same time. Works great in a cold room or full size fridge. Why do I need a manifold with check valves? Check valves only allow the gas to flow one way. This means when your carbon dioxide tank goes empty it will not let the pressure from one keg push back gas or beer into your system. Safety first!

*New (empty) Aluminum CO2 Tank is Optional
Price: $214.99

Price with Selected Options: $214.99

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours

CO2 Tank Options


Bevlex Beer Line Length


Triple Cobra - Basic Kit (Pin Lock Cornelius)

Kit Includes:
  • Taprite High Performance Primary Dual Gauge Regulator
  • 3 Way Gas Manifold with Check Valves
  • 6' of Bevlex 200 Beer Line (Thick wall 3/16" ID X 7/16" OD) for each tap
  • 4' of Ultraflex Gas Tubing (5/16" ID x 9/16" OD) for each gas connection
  • Pin Lock MFL Threaded Gas & Beverage Disconnects with Stainless Steel Swivel Nuts (1/4" Barb for Beverage, 5/16" Barb for Gas)
  • 3x Cobra Tap (Picnic Faucet)
  • Stainless Steel Hose Clamps

Additional Stainless Steel Swivel Nut - 5/16" Barb and Flare Fitting Washer 1/4" are meant for use with the optional dual product regulators.

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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4 of 5 Solid equipment, assembly not as much January 10, 2015
Reviewer: R. Love from St. John's, NF  
All the parts seem to be fairly good quality with a couple exceptions. Nice lines, didn't even get any plastic taste on the first couple pulls. One thing however is the SS clamps are not the greatest and the beverage lines were not put onto the shanks all the way, a good 1/2" to 1/4" (line depending) were exposed. After about a couple weeks it seems a couple of the clamps are starting to give out and started leaking beer around the shank, wound up mopping a pint off the floor of my brew closet but luckily I caught it after only a bit or my keg would likely have been empty by morning. Will be replacing all the clamps with appropriate worm-gear clamps next chance I can get to avoid this happening again and keeping the lines disconnected between uses to keep the floor dry and the CO2 tank full.

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