That would be great, good to see.
I expected a small amount of priming sugar and venting any Co2 produced would be good to displace any oxygen in the container, but it seems its not necessary.
Do you use a pump like the BYO one linked on page 1?
Or just open the tap into the drinking vessel of choice? - simple is good!
i'm thinking I may try a plastic tube extension (like a bottling wand) to the tap, with a sparkler on the end, and use gravity, or even squashing the water container to pour initially, if its working well I'll source a hand pump.
I guess the carrier has to be kept very still to avoid disturbing sediment, although guess yours are clear after gelatine and 2ndary?
I've found that making a 23l batch, and trying to squeeze it into a 20l container expels most of the air in it
From experience, they'll hold about 22l
I keep my beer bags in the fridge, in the garage, the beer is pretty much clear (although being dark beers you tend not to notice) and then lug it into the house, and connect it to my beer engine. Its an original English pub beer engine
The beer engine is connected to the outlet tap of the container via some 10mm OD tubing.
I dont think gravity would create the head that you're wanting, and squashing the container to force the beer through sparkler may cause the container to burst. When I'm pulling pints it does take a fair bit of force.
Unforunately, you've caught me between brews, what with a prolapsed disc and family commitments, i'm all out of English ale. I'll put one down this week though, and if I remember I'll take some photos, and video the whole 'pint pulling' experience