Here's what I'd like to have...
I'd like to get several 1.33 gal mini kegs so I can cask condition ales (I'd bottle the rest of the batch), then hook up to a hand pump setup similar to what I saw in London. If there is a way to hook up a small CO2 tank to the keg, to keep the natural carbonation from dissapating, and being replaced with oxygen when you pump out a few pints, that would be nice. I'd get a small fridge to cool the mini kegs to 52 degrees or so, and to keep some bottled beer cool.
Unfortunately, I have no experience in kegging, the fittings on mini kegs, and the dark art of CO2 management, and I'd like to know if this is possible. Oh wise kegmeisters, (and minikeggers) please share some of your wisdom with a bottle freak.
After a year of sitting idle, Andre's All-Grain Brewery has reopened.
Batch #59-Kolsch (Secondary)
Batch #60-Blueberry Ale (Primary)