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Posted in thread: Naturally carbonate in keg and then bottle. on 11-21-2012 at 04:24 PM
^^ThisThe OP never really said, but I'm hoping he's still planning on using a CO2 tank to
dispense the (naturally carbonated) beer. Otherwise, I don't believe a naturally-carbed keg of
beer will have ...
Posted in thread: Naturally carbonate in keg and then bottle. on 11-21-2012 at 02:12 PM
Please elaborate on your technique. What type of faucet are you connecting a bottling wand to?
A picnic tap or a perlic type faucet? Do you have to mess with the co2 regulator pressure due
to foaming ...
Posted in thread: Naturally carbonate in keg and then bottle. on 11-20-2012 at 08:11 PM
My only issue with this is that there seems to be a lot of conflicting comments about carbing
in a keg with sugar. Some people say use half the amount, others say to use the whole
amount.Also, you wil...
Posted in thread: Naturally carbonate in keg and then bottle. on 11-20-2012 at 07:51 PM
the last batch my buddy and I made was a cream ale that we carbed with priming sugar in a 5
gallon keg. We ended up just burning off the first couple pints because they were mostly
sediment. The keg i...
Posted in thread: Newbie kegging question need a quick answer on 11-16-2012 at 02:32 PM
Makes sense, I guess the only time you want to shake then is if you are force carbing?that is
correct, and even I wouldn't go that route unless you are under a time constraint. I force
carbed our firs...
Posted in thread: Newbie kegging question need a quick answer on 11-14-2012 at 10:24 PM
Attaching the BeerSmith file in case you have that, and the PDF from it, but found on various
forums and ended up with with this recipe. Got very close on the SG's and it tastes great
(flat). My OG wa...
Posted in thread: Newbie kegging question need a quick answer on 11-14-2012 at 02:18 PM
I think with 4-4.5 oz you should be ok, our cream ale is actually tasting better and becoming
more clear the more into the keg we get. If it does taste a hair on the flat side you can
always just turn...
Posted in thread: White house beer on 11-14-2012 at 02:12 PM
Brewed some up, and we happily drank it on election night. It's not bad at all.. everybody who
tried it seemed to have loved it. Personally i think it needed a tiny bit more of a honey taste
to it, as...
Posted in thread: Newbie kegging question need a quick answer on 11-13-2012 at 02:32 PM
How much priming sugar did you use? I just tapped a keg of cream ale that I carbonated with 5
oz of priming sugar, and although I've read on some posts here that you aren't suppose to use
the same amo...
Posted in thread: Kegged Cream Ale with Priming Sugar on 11-13-2012 at 02:26 PM
Well our cream ale turned out very nice actually. Despite having somewhat of a Hefeweizen
flavor at the beginning it finishes with a crisp ale taste. I was surprised at how well it
turned out because ...