15 Gallon Ball lock corny keg with the top draft system. I used the corny for conditioning and then drew from the top with jumper to smaller kegs. Or this can be used as serving vessel.
I will post pics this afternoon once I get home from work. I decide to delete the photo I took verses...
I would recommend changing the hop schedule:
60 min 1 oz mosaic
10 min .5 oz mosaic
Flame out 1 oz mosaic and centennial
3-4 days each even split mosiac/Centenial remove and add other half for 3-4 days
This will prevent grassy garlic from the mosaic. Also, need to get at min 4 oz...
You guys think 23 days is good enough for grain to glass (got company showing up in Sept)?
With a strong starter and hold yourself to a controlled plan to ferment out, dry hop, and keg you could definately achieve this.
Place the keg on the scale. Fill it up by weight of the liquid.
Roughly 42 pounds depending on gravity of the beer.
Here is a HBT thread discussing the math.... https://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=526366
Hope this helps.
I like the build...trying to wrap my head as to how to configure it to sanke keg washer? Have to be same type build but ball float out of the connector to allow it to drain...more thinking.
Great build thread!
Sanitize a wire coat hanger or something that will reach the bottom. Come through the top and create a void in the trub/yeast cake. Open bottom valve and watch for drip. Then it will come out.
Warning...don't leave valve open and then try to push it from the top. A human is not fast enough...