Last Activity:11-22-2012 2:20 PM
Posted in thread: Nothing but foam and I can't figure out why on 11-18-2012 at 11:51 PM
Its completely open when I pour, its just a mess.I burped my keg and dropped the pressure to
~7psi. The weird thing is that a large amount of CO2 bubbled into the keg (it was on its side)
when I did t...
Posted in thread: Nothing but foam and I can't figure out why on 11-18-2012 at 10:58 PM
Those calculators don't seem to work in "real world" issues. I can tell you from experience
that the issue is right there where I "quoted" you. Switch to the same length of 3/16" line,
and you'll be a...
Posted in thread: Dispensing a full keg at once, can I use air instead of co2? on 10-06-2012 at 01:14 AM
Yeah, I don't put thought into anything. I just make up random **** for the fun of it.I will
just say this- there is a reason that beer is pushed with C02, or nitrogen. Oxidized beer WILL
happen when ...
Posted in thread: Dispensing a full keg at once, can I use air instead of co2? on 10-04-2012 at 12:10 AM
In a broad sense fluid dynamics is appropriate. The motion of liquid and gas, displacement, and
phase change between the two, etc. :pAnyway, its nice to hear from someone else who has
actually put som...
Posted in thread: Dispensing a full keg at once, can I use air instead of co2? on 10-03-2012 at 06:32 PM
No, because you use co2 to push the beer out of the keg, and the o2 was never in touch with the
beer. Once you pump the beer out with a hand pump, you oxidize the heck out of it and it's not
Posted in thread: Dispensing a full keg at once, can I use air instead of co2? on 10-03-2012 at 01:21 PM
After getting a keg, $125 is way out of my budget. Its tough being picking and poor at the same
time :DIn short, no.The air you'd use to push the beer won't just go away, it'll go in the
bottle as wel...
Posted in thread: Dispensing a full keg at once, can I use air instead of co2? on 10-03-2012 at 02:02 AM
I'd like to get a keg setup some day (just to force-carb, I'd like to then bottle it), but that
costs money and I really can't justify spending what it requires to get a good keg system.So my
Posted in thread: My first cider attempt on 10-01-2012 at 09:07 PM
As fermentation is winding down I'm debating wether or not I should carbonate it. I'd have to
bottle-carb as I have no other means, and I *hate* the sediment that bottle-carbing creates. Is
Posted in thread: Grolsch bottle seals on 09-30-2012 at 02:15 AM
I scored 13 grolsch bottles at a yard sale for $4 (i'm pretty thrilled about that), but a lot
of the rubber seals are dried out and two are missing. I work at a hardware store, so I can get
Posted in thread: My first cider attempt on 09-30-2012 at 02:10 AM
A week and a half later fermentation is almost done; its at 1.010 now. Another week or two in
the primary and I'll rack it off. Its a lot lighter in color now, and I'm sure it will lighten
up as more ...
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