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  1. GREGORGREGOR

    Kegging/Pressure Barrel

    If anyone has any ideas on how to get a cheap corny keg on UK. I'd much prefer that.
  2. GREGORGREGOR

    Kegging/Pressure Barrel

    Thanks I am in UK and haven't been able to source any corny kegs for a decent price. If anyone know of any places to pick up cheap second hand that would be great [emoji1] thanks for the advice.
  3. GREGORGREGOR

    Kegging/Pressure Barrel

    Thank you both for the reply. Looking to have something like a plastic king keg pressure barrel or similar set up with a way to keep it cool (fridge or other methods) which are best taps for aforementioned pressure barrels, also the best way to inject co2 to keep pressure is this via the little...
  4. GREGORGREGOR

    Kegging/Pressure Barrel

    Anyone able to help with any advice on this. Thanks [emoji16]
  5. GREGORGREGOR

    Kegging/Pressure Barrel

    Hi troops, looking for some advice and I hope you can help me [emoji16] I'm on my third batch of brew and going good so far and I have been bottling so far. I'd like to try pressure barrel and need some advice. I would like to get a good solid pressure barrel with a good tap and also the best...
  6. GREGORGREGOR

    Finings

    Ok. I'll Just keep a close eye in it. Appreciate the help!
  7. GREGORGREGOR

    Finings

    Thanks for your help. I fortunately I can't chill it yet maybe next batch once I get another fridge[emoji2] would you advise to wait longer nearer the 72hr mark as my fermenter is not see through. Thanks again.
  8. GREGORGREGOR

    Finings

    That's great. The instructions are for wine on the bag..do I just pour right into the fermenter? Thanks for your help again.
  9. GREGORGREGOR

    Finings

    Anyone got any experience using either of these to clear a cloudy batch. I would wait longer but I am moving. This is my first time so I didn't know how long I would have to wait for it to clear without finings. I have fermented a Coopers Pilsner kit in a 5 gallon fermenter. I need to get this...
  10. GREGORGREGOR

    24 Turbo Klar

    Forgot to attach photo on original comment!
  11. GREGORGREGOR

    24 Turbo Klar

    Anyone got any experience using either of these to clear a cloudy batch. I would wait longer but I am moving. This is my first time so I didn't know how long I would have to wait for it to clear without finings. I have fermented a Coopers Pilsner kit in a 5 gallon fermenter. I need to get this...
  12. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Thanks
  13. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Thanks again. HBT?
  14. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Cheers yeah from what I read that's going to give the best results especially of I want to brew Pilsner correctly with Lager yeast rather than Ale year. Hopefully at some point in the future anyway
  15. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Thanks. Don't have another fridge at present but soon as I can get an old one from someone and I move in a couple months and have more space then definately will use this method I think.
  16. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Cheers mate. Think im just going to leave it another week. Use some finings if needed to clear beer then bottle. Cheers!
  17. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Thanks. I read that if it is still to high you can then get bottle bombs due to too much sugar being present after priming. So is it just if the gravity is the same of 2 days or more? Or longer? Thanks for the help.
  18. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Cheers for your insight. Really looking forward to tasting that first beer. Thanks for the welcome too. This forum is proving to be excellent! [emoji3]
  19. GREGORGREGOR

    First time brewer

    Thanks for all your help. This is really useful. Fingers crossed. Finally can I just check if you have any idea the final gravity should be before bottling? Thanks again
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