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Old 10-06-2012, 07:19 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I live with very hard water and my car windows can prove it. Anyways, unlike my car windows, I really love my new 2.5 corney keg. I was hoping to not mess it up with my raw tap water. Is there someway to filter the water so it goes clean into the keg?


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Old 10-06-2012, 12:39 PM   #2
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Hi guys, I live with very hard water and my car windows can prove it. Anyways, unlike my car windows, I really love my new 2.5 corney keg. I was hoping to not mess it up with my raw tap water. Is there someway to filter the water so it goes clean into the keg?
Not that I have ever seen. What is wrong with putting a 10" filter in line with your water line?


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Old 10-06-2012, 02:15 PM   #3
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Not that I have ever seen. What is wrong with putting a 10" filter in line with your water line?
I don't know what that is?
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I don't know what that is?


Basically on my kitchen sink I just stuck a 10" standard water filter housing in line with the cold water line. All of my water is now filtered. For my carbonator setup in the basement I have another one. It's not RO quality water, but it is as good as a britta/pure. And the filters are $10 and last for a while. If you want better water you can even stick several of them together with progressively smaller filters (e.g. sediment -> carbon block -> KDF.. or whatever). It requires some plumbing though.
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