newish brewer question kegging question
I am not a NEW brewer per se, been doing this for about 6 or 7 months, but I am going to start brewing bigger batches now.
I just picked up 5 half barrel kegs. I know I'm going to turn one into a keggle but I'm curious if I could designate one as a primary and another as a secondary? Or do I need to find 15 gallonish glass/plastic containers for that purpose?
I can't see why I wouldn't be able to use the kegs in that way; but since I'm basically tripling the eggs in a basket I would like to be sure.
On Tap: Bigfoot's Barleywine Ale, Boulevard Tank 7, California Steam
Waiting: Hard Cider, Pumpkin Ale, Black Hills Porter
Ready to brew: Autumn Amber Ale, Smooth Nut Brown Ale, Black Hills Porter
Primaries: Peppercorn Rye
Bottled: Beaujolais, Cabernet