Yes, quoting myself. Incorrect part, old mech put back in, door still won't open from outside. Foul language and beer was involved, and will be again when the right part shows up next week sometime.Replacement door lock mechanism for my Jetta because the passenger door currently won't open from the outside. Not beer related, but foul language and beers will surely be involved.
I've been looking at ordering that from Ama ALMIGHTY Zon or Northern Brewer for 3 weeks. Have not push the button on it yet with the accessories. Let us know please how it works out.
I'll be filling some bottles tomorrow to share with my coworkers this week, I'll let you know how it goes.I've been looking at ordering that from Ama ALMIGHTY Zon or Northern Brewer for 3 weeks. Have not push the button on it yet with the accessories. Let us know please how it works out.
I'm mostly a Northern Brewer man myself but I'll keep it in mind. Thanks !!!I'll be filling some bottles tomorrow to share with my coworkers this week, I'll let you know how it goes.
I ordered mine from Great Fermentations and highly recommend them. Same price as Amazon and it costs enough to qualify for free shipping.
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I pretty much gave up bottling when I got my kegerator last year but I need to be able to give a few bottles to my LHBS for sampling and a few folks I used to gift beer to. Wondering why I stopped giving away free beerI’m semi-local to Great Fermentations but would still order from them if I wasn’t. But, everyone has their favorite place!
Ive got a tapcooler CP bottle filler and it’s absolutely fantastic! Easy to use and clean, and super nifty. If I had to state a downside I’d say that counter pressure filling is a bit slow if you’re filling a case or more worth of beer, but they’re all that way. I love being able to bottle crystal clear beer from my keg and having it fully carbonated weeks later just from keeping the CO2 in the beer. I’ve got a family get-together in a week (the first time seeing my parents and brother in 15mo!) and I’ll be bottling a case of beers with the tap cooler. I’ve got full confidence that it’ll be an easy run and will result in great bottled beers.
Yea, those mycology guys have plenty of DIY plans for them. I'll probably think about it when I have a fixed location for streaking plates and stuff.