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Old 09-06-2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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Just seen some of these at my local beer joint.
http://www.petainer.com/

Got one and removed the plastic spear quite easily. I'm still waiting to brew the next batch and see how it performs.
I guess it might get a few scratches after some uses, but it seems I could get and endless supply of the stuff.


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Old 09-06-2012, 07:42 PM   #2
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Neat! Who's packaging in PETainers in Bucharest? Haven't seen them at any of my local joints.


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The only problem I can se is that the siphone tube in the center would suck out settled trub 1st. Don't need that...
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That's the spear he said he removed. They're basically plastic sanke kegs. Once you take the spear out it's just a plastic vessel- same way sankes can be converted to fermentors.
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Neat! Who's packaging in PETainers in Bucharest? Haven't seen them at any of my local joints.
Brewdog or Hacker Pschorr I suppose. Not sure. Might be Brewdog as they've been using plastic kegs for a while (but the old ones were spherical and had a bag inside the pet).


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