Thanks for the replies and encouregment. So day two. Every step at this capacity is a lot to remember, its not just "did i drop XYZ in the bucket of Star san?" Every step at this scale involes what will happen when i turn this valve? Where does it go? Is it beer in the line? is it caustic? Is it an acid bath? is it going to spray me in the face and make me sad, hot cold etc. Today i was racking 100 bbls of amber in to half bbl kegs. Our setup i a two station keg bench that washes/sanitizes one keg while filling another keg that is hooked up to a bright tank or serving vessel at the same time. Its a lot of lifting, basically you start with an empty dirty shell, load it to the cleaning side and start the machine. Then move the clean empty to the filling side and load a second dirty empty. The next step is to push a clean keg full of beer off of the machine and on to a tire on the floor, move the second now clean shell onto the filling side and load a dirty empty onto the machine in the cleaning side, move the full keg onto a pallet and repeat. We load 8 half bbl kegs onto a pallet and today I killed a 100bbl brite tank of amber into kegs so you can do the math. Its hard labor intensive work but it beats sitting at a desk. I can honestly say that at the end of the day when we I get to go sit at the bar and get to meet the regulars and see the restaurant full of people with a pint glass in front of them it makes my and the entire brewery crew's hard work seem worth while. We are closed this Monday for the holiday so until Tuesday night, Cheers and while you're enjoying your next pint try to think of the blood sweat and tears that go into making it.