I am a new homebrewer. I just kegged my first beer (hopfellas IPA extract) in my new one tap kegerator using a 5 gal ball lock keg. I am fermenting another (fresh squished IPA all grain) currently and going to brew another batch this weekend (brunch stout all grain). Needless to say I have a strong addiction to this discipline already. My goal is to gain enough experience to make some good homebrew beer for my wedding in October and be able to set it up so an idiot could serve it. I don't want to be bothered during the first dance because my kegs are pouring straight foam. I want to be confident enough to not have to buy a 1/2 barrel of busch light as a backup.
My reception will be smaller (150ish people) with only about 1/2 of them being drinkers. So I am thinking I want to have four 5 gallon corny kegs on tap (blonde, IPA, Stout, Cider/girlbeer). And maybe 2 kegs for backup for when those kick.
What is the cheapest way to serve 4 kegs like this? Picnic taps and some sort of cooler jockey box? I don't see myself ever needing to serve 4 different kegs at once again. Do they make a 4 way regulator for the CO2?