Haha that's a good one :)
I sprayed below my face, but I think what I felt was "backsplash" from spraying the fermenter lid, fermenter etc.
I don't have much space as I live in an apartment but j would also prefer being able to simply dunk stuff.
I was making a Christmas mead today and as usual I had StarSan handy in a spray bottle to kill nasties. I was in my rather small kitchen and after a while I could feel something irritating my throat / lungs. I knew it was the mist from the StarSan bottle. All of a sudden it hit me that...
How long will tap water carbonated in a keg keep at 3.5C? The tap water in my country is considered sterile according to my government.
Thanks for your input in advance. I'm kind of in the deep end here as I usually brew beer.
Phew! I don't have a HBS locally so this would set me back a week.. I have two kegs worth of beer that need to go in my kegerator and I just bought a second tap, so this would have really come at a bad time. Thanks a lot for the feedback!
Thanks for the quick answers! The precise disconnect I have have is this: https://shop.humle.se/en/equipment/connectors/keg-couplers/ball-lock/gas/threaded-ball-lock-disconnect-14-mfl-gas
Did I understand correctly when I understand that I don't need a washer for this?
I recently purchased a flare swivel nut to screw onto the connector side of my keg so I can connect a hose to the gas side. My question is this: do I need an o-ring to ensure a seal? I can't seem to attach a picture of it to this post so the link is here...
I have had a grainfather for a while now but have had a brewing hiatus. I find it hard to fully drain the CFC free of water. I picked up the CFC yesteday and realized that it had not drained completely, meaning that there has been water inside it or two or three months. My normal...
I am quite interested in trying out kveik yeast. It seems to be all the rage. I've read that you should ferment them warm (18 C and up to 39 C or so). My question is this: Normally we want to keep the temperature of the fermentation vessel down - for this I have a temperature controlled...