I like that you can put half batch in them and then half in bottles. How long does the beer last in them?wizardofza said:I have one. They work.
The inflatable packs they come with are a bit high in price but you get two in your initial purchase I believe.
You can't beat the mobility aspect. And I like the fact that they hold only 2.5 gallons. This way I can take my beer on the road fairly easily and not worry about my buddies kicking my entire 5 gallons!
My one knock is that they dispense somewhat at a slow rate. But what's the hurry?!
whodwho said:Get your pig some tail...
16.00 tire inflater and a +1.00 Co2 Cart that I am still using the same one after several dispenses (by no means condoned by Quoin!)
Drill and tap with 1/8 pipe tap and use a 1/8 tank valve, not the easiest to find in a retail store but no issue at McMaster
Use a bike Co2 inflater, but watch the pressure - these pack the same pressure as the big boys but there is no regulator!
For using my regular Co2 bottle for carbing
That's a good question. I don't really know. I would assume so.BrooZer said:I like that you can put half batch in them and then half in bottles. How long does the beer last in them?
do you have to drink it quickly?
I've only had mine for about 10 months. I'm serving the 3rd beer out of the pig now. So far there have been no issues other than the slow pour. I actually think it works better for an every day beer facet than for a party because after 2 or 3 beers the pour really starts slowing down.cheezydemon said:Funny! I searched this old thread and posted a new one this morning. I wanted to know if anyone had used one for any length of time.
You must have read my mind cbbaron!