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Old 08-14-2014, 04:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by UglyDude View Post
Do you carbinate before you bottle? I have considered doing this as well. when i think about it i assume that the beer is carbonated in the keg, I fill a bottle and cap it. Is it that simple?
Sort of yeah.

Like Yooper said, you need some sort of counter pressure to keep it carbonated.

Follow that link Yooper posted and that is essentially what I do. Works really good. It's easy as can be too.

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