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    Preserving home-brew in crowler cans

    I'm planning to take about 9 gallons of home-brew on vacation in a couple weeks, and I've arranged for a local brewery to let me use their walk-in cooler and crowler seemer to can up all my brew, so I don't have to take kegs and gas and all that stuff. My question is this: what's the best way...
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    Illinois Oktober Can Seamer For Sale, Used, Chicago Western Suburbs

    Hello! I am new here and this is my first post so please bear with me. I have a can seamer that was purchased in the summer of 2018. Brand: Oktober (Grand Rapids, MI) Model: Mk16v2 Color: White Can End: 360 SuperEnd Power Source: 110v It was originally purchased for $1,731.40 and has had 1...
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    Deciding what bottling process to go with

    Hey everyone - Looking for some solid advice on which bottling process to pursue. Here's what I'm trying to do: While reading the four brewer's publications books, I decided I want to start experimenting more. For example, do more 1 - 1.5 gallon batches with different water profiles, yeast...
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    New Jersey Oktober Design SL1 Homebrew Can Seamer + 16oz Cans Like New

    Purchased this a few months ago, and used less than 5 times. Practically brand new. Have slowed down on home brewing beer significantly and would rather it go to a good home. Comes w a box of unused cans & tops ready to be filled and sealed. Box came with 192, I’ve probably tested/used around...
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    Cannon non-carbonated, non-nitrogen drink

    I have been working on canning a drink I have been selling for the past couple of years. So far reception has been good. However to increase shelf life, cut down on costs and to be more environmental friendly, I decided to ditch plastic and go with cans. I've done a lot of research so far and...