epic501j said:Im still new to kegging as well,wish they had a post onhere that just said do this and that etc,dont know why they have no permanent post of that,,,,or maybe they do,,,lol but its is way easier ,but i used to bottle me and my buddy,so it wasnt so bad get a little lit and bottle up beer and share it.you dont get to do that with kegs but i did see someone say that you sould still bottle with a keg????how does that work id really like to know.that would be great having the best of both.
Why does everyone say that they are going to switch to kegging when they get a bigger place? Im switching to keggin because i have 300 bottles in my closet that will be replaced by a chest freezer (with 300 bottles on top) Damn!!! Foiled again.veggiess said:??? I have no idea what you just said.
I tired of bottling after just 2 batches. It's a little better now that I have Party Pigs; each batch gets one and the rest are 16-26 oz bottles. However, as soon as my property is sold and I get a bigger place, I am switching to kegging. Sometimes I just dread bottling. Besides, very few bottles leave my house.
I agree with Edwort, Bottling actually takes up more space.\EdWort said:Kegging lets you save space too. I'd be hard pressed to fit 30 cases of bottles in this space, but in kegs I can fit 67 gallons and keep it chilled for carbing and serving.
Where would you recomend getting the equipment from? I have been looking around and any good deals that I see are not so good after you include shipping.Drunkensatyr said:If you are really diligent you can score a whole kegging setup for about 150.00 or under.