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Old 12-07-2013, 05:04 PM   #1
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I have been kegging since I started brewing, I acquired 100 grolsch bottles and I'm going to bottle some chocolate milk stout. What is the best way to fill the bottles? All I currently have is a bottling bucket and the bottles.

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At a bare minimum, some clean tubing from the bottling bucket spigot. Put it on a table and put the tubing into the bottle and use the spigot to control the flow. A bottle wand with a little valve at the end of the plastic tube is handy.


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