Hmm! never thought of that. Good point Shake and pour. or as the good old James Bond would like it "Shaken and not Stirred" Maybe he was giving us the drum in his secret way.
"Drum" That is an Australian term for inside info, the gossip or something interesting. I will get you talking proper like I does yet.
Yes that makes sense. Also I thought that as the beer warms up slightly say during an everning it too will give off more Co2 also helping to push it out.
2nd day another 18 to go before it goes in the fridge for at least a day. Ahh! patience, don't leave me now. I'm like a kid waiting for Christmas day.
Probably will not happen as I selected the spray bottle as it is made of solid plastic and supposively able to stand 45 lb/Sq inch. The first trial did not go the distance I am afraid, Only let it carb for a week. The result has caused me to post this and I expect the final result to be positive. I contacted "Hills" the manufacturer and briefly told them of my idea and gave them the oportunity to come on board with me.
i actully found that the cask contract as you drain out the brew
I was a production design engineer for over 33 years and designing the modifications is a breeze. I could even design the plastic dies if need be. Give me something to get my teeth in. Keeps dementure away.