Beer Filter Storage

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TBird

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I along with some others on the forum have been storing my beer filter in a plastic bag and then in the freezer.
However, space in the freezer is at a premium at the moment and I'd like an alternative.
How do others store their filters between brews?
Thanks and cheers
 

Cube

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I keep mine filled with nappy San. Never has it actually dried out. Either beer is running through it or soaking in nappy San or starsan.

I haven't used it for 2 months and yesterday swapped out the nappy San. Still just like new.

I simply fill the casing up, put in the filter and place a weight on it to keep the filter submerged. Top up if needed. The top and connectors stay submerged s well.
 

TBird

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I keep mine filled with nappy San. Never has it actually dried out. Either beer is running through it or soaking in nappy San or starsan.

I haven't used it for 2 months and yesterday swapped out the nappy San. Still just like new.

I simply fill the casing up, put in the filter and place a weight on it to keep the filter submerged. Top up if needed. The top and connectors stay submerged s well.
Thanks Cube
What ratio of water to nappy San do you use?
Cheers
 

dougsbrew

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Never has it actually dried out. Either beer is running through it or soaking in nappy San or starsan.

+1 , however i dont keep it on nappy san, i keep mine on a slight dose of bleach in my kegerator.
 

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