Easy to Install
No pressure creep!
No drilling holes
in keg boxes!
Set it and forget it!
Are you frustrated with old-timey, bulky secondary pressure regulators?
Hard to fit them into your keg box or keezer
Can't tell which gauge goes to which keg
Challenging to find the CO2 leak
Awkward to reach in and adjust pressure
Cheap gauges often foggy or broken
Clogs cause pressure creep and heart-breaking foamy pours
It's time for an upgrade! The GovReg is a governing regulator that replaces traditional secondaries. It works like a secondary only better!
Saves Space - compact design is only 2" long
Simple to Install - installs upstream or directly on the Ball Lock, Pin Lock, or Sankey Keg Coupler
Easy to Set & Change Pressure - separate Adjuster Tool has a high quality 0-45 psi gauge. Also prevents tampering and unwanted pressure adjustments
Accurate - innovative piston design prevents clogging and pressure creep. Set it and forget it!
Universal - fits into draught beer systems all over the world. Barbed inlet for American draught beer systems; threaded inlet adapters for all others
Durable - all metal construction that doesn't break with only 12 parts
Easy to Maintain - submerge in water to leak test; boil in water to clean
Reliable - GovReg locks down the pressure to eliminate guesswork. Foamy beers are then caused by either temperature or an empty/off CO2 cylinder, both of which are easy to fix.
4 Steps to Pour Great
Kombucha on Tap
This is an all-new way to look at secondary regulators. You set the pressure with the Adjuster tool and then the Gov Reg installs right onto the coupler. This is great if you don't want to worry about drilling holes in kegerators to install bulky secondary regulators. This is the future of secondary regulators.
Co-Founder Kombucha On Tap, LLC
Beer-n-BBQ by Larry
I bought these miniature secondary regulators for my new 3-tap kegerator (a Kegland Series 4) to independently control the pressure in each of the three kegs while at the same time fitting all three secondary regulators inside the kegerator. I could not do this with three full size secondary regulators. I’ve had them for months now and have enjoyed the ability to drink three different beers at the serving pressures most suited to the beer style in each keg.
Beer-n-BBQ by Larry