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KegLand Questions and Answers

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by KegLand-com-au, 26/4/18.

 

  1. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 11/2/19
    The new MaltZilla grain mills will be a really good option especially if you want to purchase a mill with the integrated motor. We should have the first shipment of them arriving in about 2 weeks and all of the first batch will be sold with integrated motor. We will probably eventually just sell the mills separately so you can power them with a drill too but the first ones to arrive are all integrated.
     
  2. KegLand-com-au

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    Yes this is no worries at all. You can certainly do that if you want to.
     
  3. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 11/2/19
    We will take that into consideration. It seems to be working out at the moment that the carbonation tank will be very small. However if you use a lot of carbonated water then you can use a corny keg inline as a water chilling tank that sits inside the fridge. So the water would go through this before the carbonation tank.
     
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    Parts ordered and sent! Can’t wait for the Lauter helix to be back in stock!
     
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    Is there any update on when the Fermzilla 27L will become available?
     
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    This sounds so awesome I'm very excited by this. 2x kegs in my fridge are currently occupied by sparkling water, so I only have 2x beers on tap. This would solve this issue.
     
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    +eleventy billion
     
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    -1 got sick of waiting ended up getting ss brewtech conicle instead
     
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    I know of at least 5 sales you'd get immediately. This would also be very useful for small bars and cafes.
     
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    I also think it'd be a fantastic idea!
     
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    Is there a way of getting a spare stir bar for the stir plate? I've managed to lose mine...
     
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    Ebay
     
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    If you look at their website it says "End of 2018".
     
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    Posted 12/2/19
    80+ psi is higher than new installations are allowed to provide (~70psi max). Might need a re-design so more people can make use of it. IIRC water providers only need to give 20-30 psi minimum (varies from place to place).
     
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    Hi Kegland.

    Are your knock out die and punch suitable to use on a DIN style keggle? Or is that asking a bit much from the punch?
     
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    Depends how involved you are. If you just apply pressure through the gas port, it will take quite a while (not sure exactly how long, but the beer was good to go after a week on the gas). If you're in a hurry, shake the keg. Or force carbonate the beer through the liquid port, which has a similar (but lesser) effect to the carbonation stone you linked. In an emergency, do both.

    I can remember force carbonating 50L of pale ale in a couple of minutes. Job done just before the first guest turned up. Picture a couple of six foot, burly blokes shaking a full 50L keg between them at chest height ("To you! To me! To you!" etc) as hard as we could. Bloody good workout :phew:.

    I needed a beer after that :drinkingbeer:!
     

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