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- 5 gallon batch + 5 gallon primary fermenter = good
I have a whole 2 batches under my belt so throw back a pound of salt with this. I brewed two extract beers, a nut-brown, and an amber. The hops are different, the amber did not use specialty grains --
- Extreme Overkill for a Keezer??
Could anyone let me know if this is way too big for a keezer? I can only run 2 in my kegerator right now and need to upgrade asap. I'd like to be able to comfortably run 4 kegs at a time. http://pitts