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I have up for sale a Fermentap Counter Pressure Bottle Filler bought from Craftbrewer less than 12 months ago and only used only twice. I have aquired a new Blichmann beer gun so the CPBF is no longer needed $80 to whoever wants it. Postage extra if you can't collect from Belmont, Brisbane.

Flush and fill from the bottom of the bottle with an all-stainless filler! Our new design on counter pressure filling features a special valve on top that allows CO2 or beer to flow down the same stainless tube, directly to the bottom of the bottle. The result is a more effective purging of oxygen and fresher tasting beer. The valve has three positions, off, beer and CO2. The unit is inserted into the bottle in the off position. The valve is then turned to CO2 to flush the bottle and then to beer for filling. The adjustable pressure relief on the side of the unit allows you control the speed of fill by adjusting the pressure in the bottle. The valve is positioned in such a way that it is easy to use with one hand, while the other holds the bottle.
 

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so how do you find the beer gun? better to use or just an upgrade?
 

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2much2spend said:
so how do you find the beer gun? better to use or just an upgrade?
They are both the same in my opinion. The problem that I am wanting to overcome is that the beer comes out much flatter after bottling. The beer/CO2 has to build up the pressure in the bottle before it will stabilize and you loose that pressure when you open the bottle (the iconic hiss sound). I am going to over carb the 1/2 of keg I have left and try and bottle that so that after bottling it should have enough pressure to stabilize at a more carbonated level.
 

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From my experience with the BBG if you overcarb you will end up with a bottle full of foam.
 
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am interested at $75.oo
assume is in perfect working order
is the PRV SS ?
thanks
 
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nathan_madness said:
I have up for sale a Fermentap Counter Pressure Bottle Filler bought from Craftbrewer less than 12 months ago and only used only twice. I have aquired a new Blichmann beer gun so the CPBF is no longer needed $80 to whoever wants it. Postage extra if you can't collect from Belmont, Brisbane.

Flush and fill from the bottom of the bottle with an all-stainless filler! Our new design on counter pressure filling features a special valve on top that allows CO2 or beer to flow down the same stainless tube, directly to the bottom of the bottle. The result is a more effective purging of oxygen and fresher tasting beer. The valve has three positions, off, beer and CO2. The unit is inserted into the bottle in the off position. The valve is then turned to CO2 to flush the bottle and then to beer for filling. The adjustable pressure relief on the side of the unit allows you control the speed of fill by adjusting the pressure in the bottle. The valve is positioned in such a way that it is easy to use with one hand, while the other holds the bottle.
 
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nathan_madness said:
I have up for sale a Fermentap Counter Pressure Bottle Filler bought from Craftbrewer less than 12 months ago and only used only twice. I have aquired a new Blichmann beer gun so the CPBF is no longer needed $80 to whoever wants it. Postage extra if you can't collect from Belmont, Brisbane.

Flush and fill from the bottom of the bottle with an all-stainless filler! Our new design on counter pressure filling features a special valve on top that allows CO2 or beer to flow down the same stainless tube, directly to the bottom of the bottle. The result is a more effective purging of oxygen and fresher tasting beer. The valve has three positions, off, beer and CO2. The unit is inserted into the bottle in the off position. The valve is then turned to CO2 to flush the bottle and then to beer for filling. The adjustable pressure relief on the side of the unit allows you control the speed of fill by adjusting the pressure in the bottle. The valve is positioned in such a way that it is easy to use with one hand, while the other holds the bottle.
 

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Hippy said:
From my experience with the BBG if you overcarb you will end up with a bottle full of foam.
So have you got it to where it can make a decent bottle? Have thought of getting one of these...
 

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