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Orpheus 11-17-2007 12:15 AM

Blichmann Beer Gun
 
I'm getting ready to try mine out this weekend and was happy to find this video which at least shows me how it's done. I wish mine had come with a video:

[YOUTUBE]WWaUK6BhnZw[/YOUTUBE]

Cheesefood 11-17-2007 12:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Orpheus
I'm getting ready to try mine out this weekend and was happy to find this video which at least shows me how it's done. I wish mine had come with a video:

The BMBF works just as good.

SuperiorBrew 11-17-2007 01:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Cheesefood
The BMBF works just as good.

It dosnt look as cool though.

I dont over flow mine like that though.

Orpheus 11-17-2007 02:02 AM

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Originally Posted by SuperiorBrew
It dosnt look as cool though.

I dont over flow mine like that though.

I was going to say I didn't think there was supposed to be that much foam when you bottled...

Brewing Clamper 11-17-2007 02:26 AM

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Originally Posted by SuperiorBrew
It dosnt look as cool though.

I dont over flow mine like that though.

Put up a video of you filling up a bottle! I want to see it! I tried BMBF but the SWMBO still thinks I should get the gun (who am I to argue) but I'll only do it if it is really that easy and it doesn't foam like this video shows....

Bobby_M 11-17-2007 02:37 AM

I'm editing down my video of BMBF right now in fact.

Fingers 11-17-2007 04:39 AM

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Originally Posted by OldFarmer
You want foam, use the beer gun. you want to bottle beer, use a counterpressure. 'nuf said to get me in trouble...........:cross:

I have to agree. Why would you depressurize the beer when it's so easily avoided? I mean, at least make a reasonable attempt to retain the dissolved gas.

Brew-boy 11-17-2007 10:46 AM

I have the beer gun and it really work great, I would never go back to a cpbf.

Bobby_M 11-17-2007 12:39 PM

I'm going to be running a long term storage trial on this method just to make sure oxidation isn't an issue. If it works out, I'll never drop a dime on either of the commercial fillers.

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