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  1. JDW81 replied to the thread Disconnecting carbed keg from the gas.

    Totally fine to do (I frequently do this). Presuming no leaks, your carbonated keg should hold its gas (almost) indefinitely. Your...

    21/9/19 at 5:11 AM
  2. MHB replied to the thread Disconnecting carbed keg from the gas.

    Yep, you'll be fine. Mark

    21/9/19 at 4:38 AM
  3. Hubert liked H@wkeye!'s post in the thread Spike brewing conical fermenters unitanks.

    I kind of figure that a temp controlled fridge is the way forward. I need one to control my yeast too so kind of means i have no real...

    21/9/19 at 4:11 AM
  4. koshari replied to the thread Disconnecting carbed keg from the gas.

    is the first keg cooled? cool beer accepts co2 more readily.

    21/9/19 at 4:08 AM
  5. GoodDuck liked stux's post in the thread Dedicated Braumeister Guide, Problems & Solution Thread.

    Thinking on this some more, I believe you're meant to use all four in the BM, and the reason for the pump plugs on the inlet side is to...

    21/9/19 at 4:06 AM
  6. Muz posted a new thread.

    Disconnecting carbed keg from the gas

    Just wanted to check something before I do it. I'm doing two kegs of beer for a grand final party next weekend. The first beer is kegged...

    Forum: Gear and Equipment

    21/9/19 at 3:15 AM
  7. PaulS replied to the thread Yeast starters and equipment.

    Slightly off topic question, but yeast starter related... what do you all do regarding pitching of a starter? Do you chill and decant...

    21/9/19 at 3:06 AM
  8. PaulS replied to the thread astringent bitterness.

    Mine was a generic brand, bought from my LHBS. Does the trick, has automatic temperature correction and cost me $50.

    21/9/19 at 3:02 AM
  9. peterlonz replied to the thread Furry clumps on fermenter.

    I note the recommendation for high yeast volumes with lagers. I did not know this, but then I have never attempted a genuine lager....

    21/9/19 at 2:19 AM
  10. H@wkeye! replied to the thread Spike brewing conical fermenters unitanks.

    I kind of figure that a temp controlled fridge is the way forward. I need one to control my yeast too so kind of means i have no real...

    21/9/19 at 2:15 AM
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