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  1. Britinusa

    New bar

  2. Britinusa

    New bar

  3. Britinusa

    New bar

    I got the bar back and the other 2 stools this morning, moved things around a little, feels more roomy this way.
  4. Britinusa

    Why cant you get natural carbonation on a keg?

    I don't do a secondary, after fermentation is done, I keg it, purge it with Co2 to get rid of the oxygen, then I chill it for a week, then force carb, first pint has some yeast and sediment, all others after are good.
  5. Britinusa

    Why cant you get natural carbonation on a keg?

    All i was illustrating is that there are 166000 licensed establishments and 36000 serve real ale. Im not attempting to made big statement about it, just trying to help the OP
  6. Britinusa

    Why cant you get natural carbonation on a keg?

    If you are planning on serving it like real ale (that is served in some pubs in Britain) then you need to remove the gas in post and put something that will let air in but keep bugs out and you will need a "Beer engine" to manually pull the beer. As already mentioned it will not last long...
  7. Britinusa

    My first homebrew problem

    The best method is to take hydrometer reads a few days apart, if they are the same then fermentation is done, i never trust airlock activity. I started with those Brooklyn brew shop kits a few years ago, i learned a lot using those, but the biggest thing i learned is, you can't rush beer! it...
  8. Britinusa

    New bar

    That looks very cool, I like old style wood like that, I'm not definite on the red yet I want it to feel darker and more cosy, beams and a cream color ceiling are also in the plans I may do the walls in cream and dark wood panels
  9. Britinusa

    New bar

    This is the color I'm thinking of
  10. Britinusa

    New bar

    My late wife's piano, I don't play but I'm not ready to let it go yet.
  11. Britinusa

    New bar

    I am looking at paneling the lower half of the walls with a mottled paint effect above, my plan is to hide the kegerator under the stairs that are behind the bar, and have an oak effect panel with the taps coming through, this will be attached to the kegerator which will be on a frame on wheels...
  12. Britinusa

    New bar

    I was thinking the same that the walls need a slightly darker color.
  13. Britinusa

    Could using starsan be causing over carbonation?

    Has he been checking that fermentation is done before bottling?
  14. Britinusa

    New bar

    Here's my solution, it's on hinges so I can get to the electrical panel when needed, all I have to do is put some trim at the top.
  15. Britinusa

    New bar

    Thank you, it's so cosy when the fire is going, I'm sure if I put in the beams and the stained glass I think it will really start taking shape. I still am looking for a book case to mount on hinges to cover the electrical panel, then i will buy lots of old books to put in there.
  16. Britinusa

    New bar

    I like the idea of a stained glass effect, maybe i can use some wood trim around the windows too?
  17. Britinusa

    New bar

    Thank you guys, I need a woman to come over and help me with the windows, they need something done with them.
  18. Britinusa

    So who's brewing this weekend?

    Brewed a 10gallon batch of pickled willy ipa, it's like dog fish head 60 minute ipa
  19. Britinusa

    New bar

    I bought the bar from pool city a local supplier of pool and game room items [emoji2] I'm waiting for the matching bar back and 2 more stools
  20. Britinusa

    New bar

    No I don't have the skills to build that!
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