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Old 01-14-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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I plan on fermenting in a 5 gal corny and have the components for a spunding valve to help the beer self carbonate. Any thoughts on moving this to bottles afterwards or is it just for kegging?


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Bottling after kegging has been done and you can search for it. Just keep the lines and beer very cold, and in the thread on there they also freeze the bottles. I haven't fermented in a corny yet, just because I don't wanna have to cut off the dip tube about an inch so that the yeast don't get sucked through the lines. Also I would only do that for a 3 gallon batch because of blowoff...
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