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Old 11-08-2008, 05:47 PM   #1
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ok, this might sound kind of obvious, but i think i want to have iced tea on tap too. if i keg it, and use co2 to push it, will it be carbonated? should i use, nitrogen, or possibly argon.

i know a reasturant near me tops off wine bottles with argon to keep them. what should i use?

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Old 11-08-2008, 05:50 PM   #2
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If you use CO2, it will carbonate. If you use Ar or N2, it will remain still.

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anyone had experience pushing something they did not want carbed. is the only difference between argon and nitreogen the price?

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Yes, price is the biggest (and only practical) difference.

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i have access to both. our company sells it. would there be a benefit to argon, or should i just go with nitrogen

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Old 11-09-2008, 05:42 AM   #6
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I'd go with nitrogen, i believe it's cheaper. At least its cheaper then co2.

Could always go with helium, that's be a blast.

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Or N2O.

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How long would Ice Tea keep in a Keg? It tends to taste nasty after a few days in the fridge. Even if its not opened. I am talking about home made tea.

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That would depend on if it was boiled and sterile or sun tea. Sun tea (or any non boiled tea) is full of bacteria and only keeps for a couple days.

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hm, good point. i was planning on pouring store bought gallons of tea in there. i am assuming they are pasteurized. or if it tastes like crap, i'm only out 5 or 6 bucks

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