For anyone who cares, I asked the seller if these are oil free and they are.
I will buy a batch and be the guinea pig
They work out to be $1.75 a pop including shipping, so that's a pretty darn good price.
Nah, just starting out with kegging after bottling for ages and a mate has lent me a corny for a few pilot runs. I want to get used to naturally carbing kegs and the general kegging process before I splash out and buy any CO2 cylinders and regulators etc.You must be rich to be able to run them
These are the ones i use for the portable keg setup.these work and are food grade... shipping is $12 i think
Buy a regulator & a soda stream adapter from a LHBS or site sponsor, and a sodastream bottle from kmart. These only cost $12 to refill and have enough c02 to carbonate & serve 40L.Maybe my numbers are wrong, but it still looks like the bulbs are a fairly good option to start out with?
Buy a regulator & a soda stream adapter from a LHBS or site sponsor, and a sodastream bottle from kmart. These only cost $12 to refill and have enough c02 to carbonate & serve 40L.
Then at least when you are ready to invest in a bigger c02 bottle, you already have a regulator and a spare c02 solution for those moments when you run out of gas the night before you are about to host a BBQ for all of your mates.
I'll also wager that once you get setup with your keg and you realize how shit washing & filling bottles is, you wont give it away.
Thanks for the tips, I'll keep those stores in mind!Out of interest, if you are so inclined, online bike stores like cellbikes or torpedo7 have sales on 16gm threaded co2 canisters all the time. Not unusual to get them for $1 each.
Sure I am using them to inflate tyres, but they are compatible with our keg chargers, and they will be able to dispense a naturally carbed keg, or any party setup no problems.
I survived with them until i pulled the trigger on a reg and paintball tank kit.