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Keg Transfer Made Easy...

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by Ross, 28/7/07.

 

  1. Engibeer

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    Posted 3/6/19
    Recirculating > CO2-CO2 and Liquid-Liquid
     
  2. wide eyed and legless

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    Posted 3/6/19
    I had a similar problem with the snub nose transferring from primary to secondary, really frustrating when it happened couldn't work out what was causing it turned out it was gas in the liquid line.
     
  3. Frothy Boi

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    Posted 7/11/19
    Just used this method for transferring from fermentasaurus to keg, amazing! This thread/technique should be mandatory reading for any keg owner.
     
  4. jollster101

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    Posted 18/11/19
    I was hoping to read somewhere in this thread that someone had done this. To date I have always used CO2 to do a closed loop transfer from the FS to the receiving keg. Knowing you can do it via this method and therefore saving a bit of precious CO2 is great.

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