was just wondering is it better to bottle or to keg? If keggin is better could you please tell me what i need to purchase and where.
It depends what you want...
Bottling is cheaper and the beer is portable
Kegging is easier, but more expensive and less portable. It also gives you more control over carbonation.
portability is not an issue.but does the f;avor of the beer change if it were in bottle or keg...how expensive is it?
I haven't noticed any difference in taste since I went to kegs. Problem is I drink it alot faster than I did when I bottled
It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, then to speak and remove all doubt.
With kegging you have one big bottle to clean, not 48-50. If you screw up on that one, you screw up big, but then again, it is easy to clean ONE container right. I love kegging, I hate bottling.
I started with kegging, so I can't tell you about flavor issues.
My biggest reason for going with kegging is that bottling seemed like a real pain in the neck. That's seems to be the reason that most people go that direction.
I bottle right now, but started doing 10 gallon batches and need to switch to kegging. it takes a long time to bottle all of that beer. I think this is what i am going to buy. i havent heard anyone say a better deal then this for the kegging setup.http://www.ebrew.com/cornelius_kegging_system_ball_lock/cornelius_ball_lock_system.htm
ok i guess ill try keggin...does anyone know where i could get a good deal that brings everything i need
sorry guy but im a rookie...I need to know exactly every part i need....what type of keg what is a cobra tap what is a shank?etcccc