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Posted in thread: Shake carbonation method at 12 psi? on 10-12-2016 at 11:00 PM
I ended up using this MoreBeer product while shaking the keg for a few
minutes:https://www.morebeer.com/products/carbonating-keg-lid.htmlThe beer was at around 38
degrees and the regulator set to 12 p...
Posted in thread: Shake carbonation method at 12 psi? on 10-12-2016 at 10:53 PM
My regulator stays at 12psi and kegerator stays at 38 degrees and these settings never move. I
have 2 faucets but a gas manifold so I can put gas to 4 kegs and the fridge space to hold them.
When I ho...
Posted in thread: Shake carbonation method at 12 psi? on 10-12-2016 at 10:51 PM
Sure, it's just slower. I would rather jack the pressure and leave the keg to sit for some time
than to shake the keg though. You may have issues with head retention if you shake the beer too
Posted in thread: Shake carbonation method at 12 psi? on 10-06-2016 at 05:32 AM
I've read a lot about homebrewers shaking a keg to carbonate at 30 psi, but risking
overcarbonation.Why not just shake the keg at 12 psi (and 38ish degrees). It might take a bit
longer, but much less ...
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Thanks for this post. This is exactly what I'm planning to do, with slightly different
equipment. Glad to hear it works well.