Unlike the kegs above, which all have the same connections for liquid and gas, commercial kegs come in a variety of connections depending on the brewery.
You will need to choose the coupler that you need for the beer you will be drinking in your new kegerator and add it to the package instead of a keg.
We suggest getting the options with the ball lock posts as this is the easiest way to connect and disconnect the kegerator system from the keg.
You can add multiple types of couplers if you will have multiple kegs at once or if you plan on switching between beers.
A Type Coupler: Tooheys, Coopers, XXXX, and most Craft Breweries kegs
D Type Coupler: Carlton Draught, CUB, Fosters & VB Kegs
S Type Coupler: Asahi, Heineken, Hofbrau Kegs
Barbed: Suits 6mm internal silicon line with clamps
Duotight Push Fitting: Suits 8mm external hose (either 5mm or 4mm internal)
Ball Lock: Allows connecting standard homebrew keg connections to a commercial keg.