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  1. M

    selling it all... dfw texas

    ok... u put all that together and you got 532... now add on the two books that cost about 30 bucks... and add on the minifridge that was used to make the kegerator.... that will put u up over 600 easily. ill take 500 for the whole shabang
  2. M

    selling it all... dfw texas

    i would like to keep everything together and sell to someone local if possible
  3. M

    selling it all... dfw texas

    im trying to put some pics up of the stuff... how do you put pics in a post? also anyone interested could tell me their email address and ill send them to them
  4. M

    selling it all... dfw texas

    also ive got alot of bottles lying around and couple of books on brewing.. those of course go with it.
  5. M

    selling it all... dfw texas

    things have come up and i have to get rid of everything. 5 gallon stainless brewpot 2*5 gallon glass carboys 2*plastic fermenting buckets racking bucket stoppers and airlocks for all 2* triple scale hydrometers wort thermometer 2 crystal thermometer sticker thingies.. auto syphon beer thief...
  6. M

    beer gods

    i see where your comin from...but... i sure love this kegging thing
  7. M

    beer gods

    oh great beer gods.. i pray for your forgiveness in my stupidity for not kegging from the beginning. That is all:mug::drunk:
  8. M

    Bubbling stopped after ~40 hours...should I look inside?

    almost every kit i have done with dry yeast the same thing happened.. a day of viscious bubbling and then it stops... dont worry about it. leave it there for a week and then rack. :mug:
  9. M

    keg beer too foamy

    not sure,, its the line that came with the tower from midwest supplies
  10. M

    keg beer too foamy

    i used 1/3 cup of corn sugar instead of the 2/3 i used for bottling
  11. M

    keg beer too foamy

    but i should cool it without having the co2 hooked up right?
  12. M

    keg beer too foamy

    thats what i was wondering.. i didnt know if the natural carbing could overcarb it.. so i took the co2 off of it and am gonna let the pressure off everyonce in a while the whole time its cooling, see if that will work
  13. M

    keg beer too foamy

    i just put my belgian wit in the kegerator.. it fermented for 2 weeks then sat in the keg natural carbonating for two weeks... i put it in the fridge and released the pressure and put it up to 5psi.. now all i get is foam when i pull the handle.. is that because the beer is still at room temp...
  14. M

    Tastes like. . . rubber :(

    yeah,, definately let it sit.. my first batch was in the bottles for 3 weeks when i decided to have one.. tasted horrible. let it wait another week or two and then let it sit in the fridge for another week,, tried them after that and they were freakin awesome... you can never judge your beer...
  15. M

    north texas

    mob barley needs to have its first official gathering at flying saucer real soon
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