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    Kegmenter. Are they good to use?

    Hey wobbly, I didn't realise you were using w34/70 or s23! That's really good to know, I'll have to give it a try, except the release valve I have only goes up to 15 psi. Going up to 1.5 bar and then crash cooling it, that won't over carbonate it?
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    Kegmenter. Are they good to use?

    Yeah I have read a bit about that, it sounds interesting. I just not sure what pressures and what temperatures and how long to do it for at what pressure and so forth particualary with lagers. As I am just starting lagers and they take so long! Just need to know all the above on brewing lager...
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    Kegmenter. Are they good to use?

    Hi droid, That's very similar to my lager procedure, im just wondering if doing it in a pressure fermenter makes it go quicker and allow for higher fermenting temperatures to be used. There is lots saying how ales go that much quicker but can't get a straight answer on lagers
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    Kegmenter. Are they good to use?

    Anyone done any lagers in a pressure fermenter using lager yeast? What is your procedure? Temps, times, pressure? Do you need to condition/lager the brew like you normally would with a lager or because it is under pressure you don't need to? Is it a lot quicker and the beer some out tasting...
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    Fermenting Under Pressure

    Thank you very much for all this information. Can't wait to give it all a go, guess all you can do is experiement/trial and error. Thanks again Hoff
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    Fermenting Under Pressure

    Sorry wasn't meant to post that twice...!
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    Fermenting Under Pressure

    Hi Wobbly, Im really interested in your method as it seems so quick, especially for lagers. I have just finished my lager in the traditional way (2 week at 9 degrees then 4 weeks at 4 degrees to lager) and it's way to long to wait! I have just ordered myself a kegking pressure fermenter...
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    Fermenting Under Pressure

    Hi Wobbly, Im really interested in your method as it seems so quick, especially for lagers. I have just finished my lager in the traditional way (2 week at 9 degrees then 4 weeks at 4 degrees to lager) and it's way to long to wait! I have just ordered myself a kegking pressure fermenter...
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