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Old 12-13-2008, 03:00 PM   #1
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can i just put soda into a corny and pour it from my beer faucet. what pressure would i use to keep it carbed and still pour well.

would longer liquid lines let me use a higher pressure in the keg ans still make a good pour from the faucet


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Old 12-13-2008, 03:21 PM   #2
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yes, must be very cold first & chill the keg.
35 psi
20 ft of 3/16ths

What I do is buy soda concentrates & keep a keg of carbonated water on tap.


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wait, i can just get soda concentrates, and pour them in carbed water? this is even getting cheaper. sweet.

do you have a good place to get them
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i have 10 foot lines now. do i need to go to 20 foot lines? is it worth trying the 10 footers, of should i just go with the longer lines right away.
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Paging BigKahuna!

I know the BK keeps a corny full of soda transplanted from 2l bottles. Give him a shout -- I bet he can give some tips.
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I buy my concentrates from sodaclub.com, but stores that cater to restaurants will almost always have them.
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do you boil or do anything to the water first?
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No, just fill from the tap.
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You can also make your own syrups and add them to carbonated water. Look up some ginger ale syrup recipes. They're easy to make, albeit a bit messy, and I guarantee you you'll enjoy it more than store bought stuff.


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