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  • Posted in thread: Priming sugar for kegging on 04-14-2007 at 11:16 AM
    I'm priming at the point of transferring the primary fermentation to a keg. I left the keg at
    room temperature for 7 days then transferred to my cellar to condition. I'm using a King Keg
    Top Tap which...

  • Posted in thread: Priming sugar for kegging on 04-10-2007 at 04:45 PM
    Thanks for the replies. I used a "Youngs" beer and wine sugar for my most recent batch;
    previous ones have been with table sugar. Wait and see!!

  • Posted in thread: Priming sugar for kegging on 04-06-2007 at 06:57 AM
    Can I use any old sugar for priming my beer (i.e. garden variety household sugar) or should I
    really be using corn sugar? What difference does it make?CheersPF

  • Posted in thread: Barreling problems on 03-02-2007 at 10:34 AM
    I'm going to try transferring to bottles on my next batch. I suspect the King Keg barrell is
    the problem. The primary fermentation is great but after I syphon the brew into the King Keg
    (with priming ...

  • Posted in thread: Barreling problems on 02-20-2007 at 02:29 PM
    I'm onto my second batch of home brew. The first one wasn't great (to say the least).I've
    transferred both batches from my fermentation bin to a King Keg Top Tap by siphoning. I've
    primed the barrell ...

  • Posted in thread: First-timer on 01-08-2007 at 05:57 PM
    Thanks for the tips. I've placed the lid unsealed on top of the fermenter. It's bubbling away
    nicely so hopefully the layer of CO2 will prevent infection. I guess the amount of yeast will
    outcompete a...

  • Posted in thread: First-timer on 01-08-2007 at 12:41 PM
    I've just set-up my first home brew and started the primary fermentation. I bought a Brubags
    kit and followed their instructions for the first steps for a 5 gallon batch. My fermentation
    bucket is als...

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