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SupervisingChildren 03-03-2014 12:51 AM

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Originally Posted by kike_gimenez View Post
I have a poor mans beergun which has worked me pretty well for over a year.

It has been a little over two weeks @ 38 psi. I just bottled one bottle for testing tonight or tomorrow.

Tho I feel 3 full weeks Its gonna give me the carb I want.

Will keep posted

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Buy or make a "jockey box". You carbonate at room temp, but with ice in the cooler you serve cold beer.

skeletonkrew 06-17-2014 01:33 AM

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I'm planning on kegging in American wheat this weekend .im bottling about a 12 pack before force carbonating using beer gun w/prime tabs.should I cold crash it. I want to bottle from the keg then force carb the rest. I may just move to the keg, from secondary fermenter, at 68°, and under very low psi, bottle a twelve pak. Then just move the keg to the keggeraror . Any advise? My beverage air does get as low as 26°


EineProsit 09-22-2014 03:01 AM

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Kegged for the first time today. I gotta ask myself "What took me so long"?



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