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Old 12-29-2012, 02:36 AM   #21
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Anyway, the ceramic filter is reusable. Generally, you'll make three runs: a 5 micron poly filter, a 2 micron paper filter, then the 0.5 micron ceramic.

But, keeping it cold also works.

Most cornies have a relief valve set around 125 psi, so even if it got a bit fermented, the keg would not explode.

You would have a 'surprise' if you tapped it at 120 psi.

RWH Fairly good write up.
Yeah I think It should be ok. I didn't know a keg could take as much pressure as it could. The guy at the HB store told me to just put it in the keg and drink it... Lol
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