I am looking for some advice on how to proceed. I currently have a two tap setup with a 5 lb CO2 tank set to serving PSI. When I am kegging a new beer, I shut off the gas to the line that is already serving, and raise the pressure to force carb the new beer. While this works, it is tedious to then get the PSI set back down to the proper serving PSI going forward.
Here's my question: Should I invest in a secondary regulator to split the gas from serving to kegging PSI, and continue to run everything off the same tank, or should I leave an entire setup (tank, regulator, distributor) devoted to serving, and then invest in a new tank and regulator to use for kegging?
Thanks for any thoughts!