The only ones I can think of are restaurant equipment. Not familiar with Cash and Carry.
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However, it is very easy to install schrader valves on soda pop caps, and very easy to make up a chuck-to-ball lock (or chuck-to-pin lock) connector too. They can't stop you from DIY if you aren't selling them.
Gee, sorry about coming off like a salesman....not my intent. I was just really excited by how much I liked the rye extract.
Well, I seem to have made a pretty big mistake. Even though 20 feet of hose does a good job of restricting the flow rate, I forgot to consider that there's still 50–55 psi coming out of the end of it. And the Cobra picnic taps just aren't made to deal with that kind of pressure. (Don't ask how I found that one out.) So now I've got a half-full keg of knockoff soda and I don't know how to dispense it. I'm guessing the standard tap faucets can contain the high pressure, but I don't have a place to mount one of those.