i have between 4-5meters of 5mm ID hose with a intertap flow control and get foam all the time. using about 12PSI. when i make a whear beer becomes unbearable cause i need to increase psi and the extra protein.
my kegerator has absolutely no leaks and i keep the gas on at all times. no issues on the past 2 years with it.
so i put on the pressure that the beer needs to be, as i do not want to loose co2 from the kegs. i have 5m tucked in on the side
I use barb fittings , so had to go 5mm ID and lot more...
I have my kegerator balanced with about 5m of 5mm ID lines.
and it pours perfectly wheat beers at about 25 PSI (makes it about 4 volumes of CO2 at 2 degrees C) on the regulator with regular intertap taps.
I have decided to get a flow control intertap and put in
cant seem to make it pour...
still can't find it at https://fermentis.com/news-from-fermentis/news-and-events/ or http://www.lallemandbrewing.com/news/
i see no changes on the fermentis and the lallemand websites or packages on the instructions of the yeast. in fact on both of them they say that can cause a few other...
what are the comments on creamer taps ?
those that when you push forward, beer comes out normally and when pushed back, it creates foam.
they seem a little hard to find, just wondering if worth it.
for those light lagers would be a good idea?
It just came to my attention that I have been using the same hose for liquid and gas.
What do you guys use as gas lines?
Just a regular clear pvc from bunnings would be ok?
My big co2 canister which I use for carbing has the lines all kinked and it's time to change.
Hehe, I know what you mean. That's usually the issue with these set-ups to keep inside.
They are well and good for the backyard deck thou.
Well, ifyou ever want to get rid of one of those Faucet beauties let me know.
Yeah, I've been trying to find some over here with no luck. They look great .
Thanks for the help, will try contacting them.
You'll have to show the entire set up. Hehe. Is it a stainless bar/table? Did you put in the kitchen ?