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  1. k1ngl1ves

    Where to buy kegging supplies

    ^^^^^Oh baby! That bottle of Rare Barrel in the left pic has me tingling!!!^^^^^^^
  2. k1ngl1ves

    Where to buy kegging supplies

    www.ritebrew.com is the cheapest for parts, and cheap shipping. You can easily piece together a set up way cheaper (and better) than any of the "complete keg systems" some websites sell. Check out the Intertap flow control taps too. Great price at ritebrew, and worth every penny...
  3. k1ngl1ves

    Can you naturally prime a keg at cooler temperatures?

    I believe she prefers "Imperial EAC Brewmistress". Never forget. ( @Yooper ) :ban:
  4. k1ngl1ves

    Ran out of co2 and beer backed up into manifold: what to do?

    I have never seen those. They look interesting. I might buy a couple and test them out. :mug:
  5. k1ngl1ves

    Ran out of co2 and beer backed up into manifold: what to do?

    I would take everything apart, clean and sanitize. I wouldn't replace anything unless it's needed, except maybe get some check valves for your manifold. Just soak the lines and manifold in water, then rinse in some Starsan. There's probably not any dried up gunk in there. If so, then replace...
  6. k1ngl1ves

    Draft Pak keg

    Very cool to see! Well... very cool for us Beer Nerds! Thanks for sharing!
  7. k1ngl1ves

    Cleaning draft lines with a chugger/march pump and line cleaner

    That's how I do mine, but I flush water through between the cleaner step and the starsan. It's a waste of co2 though, and a cheap HF pump and a bucket would probably be better. :mug:
  8. k1ngl1ves

    A better way to hook up a Beer Gun

    Intertap sells different tips for their taps. They are threaded. :mug:
  9. k1ngl1ves

    A better way to hook up a Beer Gun

    I just use a separate 5# tank with a crappy regulator. For the beer line, I use this crafty tip on my Intertap flow control faucet. Works great, and I don't need a long line to control foam!
  10. k1ngl1ves

    Getting off stubborn pin lock post

    Yeah, but who doesn't want a 5 gallon ss fermenter?!!! :ban:
  11. k1ngl1ves

    Getting off stubborn pin lock post

    That's a good idea. The vibration might loosen up some grime in the threads too. Might be easier to just push the poppet down and squirt some penetrator in it though. Or put a pipe wrench on it, and hit the wrench with a big hammer. That's worked countless times for me at work. Not with...
  12. k1ngl1ves

    Kegging issue

    Try this and see what happens. Works wonderfully. I have done this a few times before, when I didn't have patience and overcarbbed... https://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=127655 Don't get fancy and build what the poster did. Just pull the prv when needed.
  13. k1ngl1ves

    Kegging issue

    Besides over carbonation, the only thing I can think of is there's an issue with the seal on the dip tube. Maybe the tube isn't set properly? Does it have two raised lines on the side of the dip tube that need to slide into grooves in the keg hole? Some tubes are like that. I would change...
  14. k1ngl1ves

    Kegging issue

    Is the beer real foamy, but then tastes flat when settled down a bit? If so... the beer is way over carbonated.
  15. k1ngl1ves

    There's another sub $2k can seamer out, AND they sell cans!

    That's something for the WebMD Forum... :ban:
  16. k1ngl1ves

    There's another sub $2k can seamer out, AND they sell cans!

    So instead of pain in the ass bottling, I can spend $1,500 for pain in the ass canning? Meh. I'll just buy a few stainless growlers and fill off my taps. Oh wait. I already do that...
  17. k1ngl1ves

    Connecting 3/16 beverage tubing to shanks

    I use a propane torch at a distance, so I don't set the tubing on fire. Done in a couple seconds. I like to live dangerously. Fire. What's not to like? :ban:
  18. k1ngl1ves

    Cheapo flow control taps?

    But in all honesty... Isn't an Intertap a copy itself? Look into it. You might be surprised. This design has been around a long time... :mug:
  19. k1ngl1ves

    Cheapo flow control taps?

    Then you're looking in the wrong place... :mug:
  20. k1ngl1ves

    Cheapo flow control taps?

    I've seen these before in person. Ugly as all hell, but they work. I'd recommend paying $10 more bucks and getting an Intertap. I love mine more than my old Perlicks...
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