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why not collect the co2

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Woodriffe Apr 23, 2010. 5 Replies

Is anyone collecting the co2 off their fementer and using it to prime their kegs?.  Is there enough co2 to do the job? is there a reason why not?Continue

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Favorite Beers?
largers and stouts, porter,
Favorite Breweries?
Speights, Guinness
Favorite Bars/Pubs?
Irish
About Me:
triumph sprint. snowboarding. old machinery and inventing/building things. usually mechanical stuff. building brick oven now

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At 4:32pm on February 17, 2010, Reviled said…
Triumph Sprint?? Very nice bike mate!!

Welcome to Realbeer ;o) Are you a brewer or just a beer lover?
At 5:02pm on February 17, 2010, Reviled said…
Awesome stuff, were you mashing grains back in the day? Are you using kits now?

Kegs are definately the way to go mate!! It costs a little bit to set up but so damn worth it its not funny! Think about taking 15 mins to keg 20 litres instead of hours to bottle it!! I would highly reccommend a kegging set up!

The kegs can be brought cheap from Steve at Hallertau for about $70 each, then the expensive part is the regulator and Co2 bottle - you need to decide if you want to rent off BOC or buy your own.. Picnic taps are really cheap, about $25 AUD
At 10:16pm on February 17, 2010, John Woodriffe said…
boiled up the lot. barly hops etc, stunk the flat out. the land lord was cool. he came round got drunk. left my tools lying around the garden. forgot to take the rent with him. rode home on his push bike(trying to kep fit) pissed as a rat. Using kits now. Is the Hallertau the pupb at riverhead. do in need introduction to steve or should i simply give him a call. hey and thanks for your help. can you help me more, proberly lots more. this regulator, do you know what specs i need. will the one on my argon bottle do althou i prefer to leave it on the bottle.
love my wife but im not shure she knows what she agreed to when she said i can use kegs. lol

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