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Posted in thread: Beer gun working well - but too much foam? on 11-28-2014 at 08:08 AM
With my Beergun, I have noticed that the beer will bleed back so I will have an air space in my
line. I will get rid of this before I start the fill. .That's a good point, the beer will drain
out if t...
Posted in thread: Beer gun working well - but too much foam? on 11-27-2014 at 07:09 PM
It's tee shaped, with a copper rod that reaches the base of the bottle. With 2 valves at the
top for allowing co2 or beer into the bottle. I ripped off the design from someone, somewhere?
I forget now...
Posted in thread: Beer gun working well - but too much foam? on 11-27-2014 at 07:48 AM
Thanks very much.It sounds like I'm doing everything right - that's the confusing thing?I
suspect the flow rate, how long does it take to fill a small bottle?
Posted in thread: Beer gun working well - but too much foam? on 11-26-2014 at 08:08 AM
Howdy, Well, it's not a Blichman - it's one I made to copy the beer gun, but is a decent
replica that I made in order to bottle a few lagers from a keg. It does work pretty well, and
the bottles are w...
Posted in thread: Traded up a from Corny, now my beer is flat? on 05-07-2014 at 11:39 AM
I've fixed it.The answer came to me last night, when comparing how I deal with the new keg
against the old corny. After force carbing, the corny needs the gas line removing and the
excess pressure rel...
Posted in thread: Traded up a from Corny, now my beer is flat? on 05-06-2014 at 04:15 PM
Gas to the serving line is fairly common. The benefits are minimal, but shouldn't contribute to
overcarbed beer any more than gas to the gas post would, it might get there a few seconds
earlier is all...
Posted in thread: Traded up a from Corny, now my beer is flat? on 05-06-2014 at 09:41 AM
I assume you mean 3/8th which would mean your lines are good. Excessive foam is caused by the
co2 coming out of the beer making it go flat. But I would also try putting the gas line to the
gas post, I...
Posted in thread: Traded up a from Corny, now my beer is flat? on 05-04-2014 at 05:10 PM
Hey, thanks for the input.The lines are 5/8 and are over 10ft to the font.I doubt the serving
pressure is a factor in the lack of carbonation as I always start with zero pressure and
gradually turn th...
Posted in thread: Traded up a from Corny, now my beer is flat? on 05-02-2014 at 05:11 PM
Hi,I've been using a corny keg for a year or so and have managed some good, consistent results
using the sort of chart that is often mentioned on here: now got a bigger keg, with an A-type
fitting - ...
Posted in thread: Warming bottles during bottle condition on 05-02-2014 at 04:30 PM
I guess a water bath would be a pretty effective way of holding a given temp, but at quite a
cost? I'd say that holding for about a week will give good results. For that length of time, a
warm room is...