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New video out on my YouTube channel!
A few years back I was sent the Cask Widge from one of my viewers. A simple floating beer pickup with a filter. Thank you again John Smith
It has been seen in several of my videos and I've really enjoyed using it in different ways. Now when I successfully...
I have an old Fermentasaurus that I am using for the first time. I was wondering if anyone had a "best practice" for racking fermented and dry hopped (IPA) into a cornelius keg. The catch bottle that comes with it is not big enough for all the yeast residue so I emptied it once, cleaned and...
I know the actual lids are different but does anyone know first hand whether or not you can remove and use the ball lock posts and float from the Fermentasaurus pressure kit lid and use them on the Fermzilla lid.
Here in Canada having a hell of a time finding the Fermzilla lid or...
First thoughts and unboxing of the Fermzilla All Rounder by Kegland.
I already have some beer fermenting away in this bubble right now.
When I've used it properly I will give it a full review. And also compare it to the Fermentasaurus Snub Nose.
What are your thoughts about this one? In my...
Original fermentasaurus for sale. Never used except to check with water. Does not include the pressurization kit. Lists for ~$120 new. Selling for $75 + shipping (its pretty light).
Let me know if you are interested.
I'm doing my first brew in a Fermzilla and I'm doing it pressurized. Of course to save money, I have yet to get a spunding valve. It's rated up to 35 PSI and the PRV is supposed to relieve pressure above that. My question is should I release pressure from time to time? I just released a...
First time posting here. I brew canned beer kits in a non pressurized Fermentasaurus at around 21-22 degrees C. I bought a little pouch of Isinglass for my next brew to make the beer more clear. I normally leave my brew in the tank for 14 days emptying the collection bottle on day 7...
Now on Canuck Homebrew Supply, the Fermentasaurus by Oxebar!
Ferment, Keg, and Dispense, all from the same vessel!
It even has a convenient bottle attachment for removing trub and sediment, and a float ball, so you'll always be serving from the top of the vessel!