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Old 01-06-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default Anyone ever drink a beer hard to kill a keg?

I'm hitting my Rye IPA hard right now to make room for a new English Brown Ale. The latter is full of promise. But my keezer is full. So, either the kiddies lose their root beer or I kick this IPA which is almost floating anyway.

I think I'm pushing too hard. I'm a bit toasted right now. GD thing won't kick. Gonna be a long night.

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Old 01-06-2013, 10:42 PM   #2
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Bottle some root beer

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Old 01-06-2013, 10:45 PM   #3
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Beeeeeeeen there...

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All the time. Usually I'll bottle some up quick with the bowie bottler. That way I'll enjoy a couple a few weeks down the road.

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I usually only put sessions in kegs so I can push hard to get it ready for the next session. that & pulling a handle is way too easy.

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Downing the last 1/2 of a stout and an APA to make room right now, might get some freinds over to help. CHEERS

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This is why I think kegging would be bad move for me. Too easy to pull the handle...

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This is why I think kegging would be bad move for me. Too easy to pull the handle...
ohhhh, but it's way faster than bottling every batch. that's why I do both.
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growler fill?

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growler fill?
Yea, I'll try that. I've switched to soda now.
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