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Old 01-17-2009, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default Things to remember

It's great to clean out your liquid posts and lines.

Before you reconnect them, remember to screw the liquid post all the way back together and to close the tap.

What a mess.

Also if you are trying to force carb via the gas post remember any change in pressure has the potential to make a mess of your post and line.

I wish I didn't always have to learn things the hard way.

On the bright side, this Wit is pretty delicious. Next time I should add a bit of sour malt and try and figure out why it tastes slightly grainy. The color is amazing, I love all grain.

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