How to simply keg your home brew
Hi Graham, thanks for you videos.Just a couple of questions…Once the keg has been pressurised, do you need to keep the gas connected to the keg or does it just require the initial pressurisation?Also, which gasses make up the 75/25 mixture and do you need a regulator to control the pressure?Cheers mate.
When you're cold crashing in the secondary do you have an airlock on the fermentation vessel Graham? I've just transferred from primary to secondary after 9 days and it's gonna stay in the house for another 2 weeks. After the 3rd week I'm gonna bring it into the shed for a week. Both FV's are the 33ltr bucket types. I have the option of putting it in the fridge too if that's better. Thanks mate
Great work mate. I recommend using Promosm.! ! I’ve been using it on my other channel to promote my videos.
Great stuff Graham! You seemed to struggle carrying the keg though, need more gym work and less pints!
Brilliant I’m parching now would love a taste when it’s ready 😋
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