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Old 01-08-2008, 02:27 AM   #1
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Ok, so went to check how my brown porter was doing in my kegerator.. and nothing was coming out the tap.. so I look down at the regulator, and it was on 0 outgoing pressure.

So i look at my keg, and there is no carbonation at all.

BTW I kegged this a few days before christmas.

so its been in the fridge, partially exposed.

Im sure it will be fine though.. right?

any thoughts?


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Old 01-08-2008, 02:29 AM   #2
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It's a closed system so it shouldn't be an issue.


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Old 01-08-2008, 03:08 AM   #3
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Are you out of gas or was the gas off? Anyway, the beer should be fine.
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eh.. close to both..

I am almost outta gas, but i had the outgoing pressure down to 0 i guess..

It looked fine.. and smelled great.. so i am not worrying.

Where do you fill your tank jdoiv?
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Volunteer Welding Supply. They are across the street from "The Worlds Largest XXX Adult Bookstore". Or so the sign says. I've never been in there. Really.

It's not far from Frugals or All Seasons. I think a 5# tank is something like $8-10 bucks to fill. I also have a 10# tank that is an exchange tank and just swapped it for $12.
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wow thats cheep..

and i know exactly where that adult bo... uh welding supply shop is. Thanks for the info.


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