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Old 01-04-2009, 04:37 AM   #1
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I'm using sugar to prime in my keg. After the O2 purging do i still need presure?? and if yes, how much pressure??


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I'm using sugar to prime in my keg. After the O2 purging do i still need presure?? and if yes, how much pressure??
Just enough pressure to seat the lid. The natural carbonation will provide the needed pressure from there.

Hit it with about 15 PSI.
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