Solution to stirring a pressured keg.

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WISAKEDJAK

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A few months ago I asked, "Is there a device that can stir the contents within a pressurized keg?"
BEHOLD! I have found TWO possible solutions.

I just wanted to share these. You can stir your contents while under pressure.

A future product....

And then this, DIY worthy toy :)
" It is completely electronic so there are no parts to wear out, pumps to clog, seals to leak, nothing to maintain "
(I wonder if I can Make my own magnetic stirrer, just as powerful? Any one have a clue?)
 

day_trippr

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Gun to my head, I like the magnetic stir-bar vs trying to hold CO2 inside a keg with a stirring screw through the lid.
But, I'm still wondering why this is necessary?

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WISAKEDJAK

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To try new things. Experimentation. To Carbonate while fermenting. Plenty of reasons.
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT! :cool:
 

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It would help if any of the reasons you mentioned made some sort of sense...
 

MicroMickey

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I can see either being useful for force carbonation but I can do that now in 2 - 3 days without that $600 stirplate. It really looks nice though.
 
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