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I just built a d-coupler kegerator, and picked up a few pony sanke kegs from a friend. I've been looking to start filtering some of my homebrew, but all the kits I see online require soda kegs. Is it possible to use the filter kits with a sanke keg, or is there some technical difference that would make it impossible?

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Its still keg to keg filtering. You'll need to use different fittings from keg to tubing but operationally, its the same thing.

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I read somewhere that a brewer had to switch the gas and liquid fittings, have you heard anything about that? – dankest Aug 25 '11 at 1:34

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