« on: April 14, 2014, 12:28:41 PM »
Well, it's currently snowing here, but the hops are breaking ground anyway.
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When I turned 21 (all so many years ago) I was given a "Beer In A Bag". Just add hot water. I don't recall if there was a yeast packet or not. Shake, store, serve. For what it was I remember it not being too bad. The first third was nicely carbonated and the rest just went down hill from there.Ha... This is how I started out too, about 20 years ago. The results were terrible, but the science of it all was intriguing enough to have me hooked.
I must say that it gave me the start to home brewing. It just took me a few years to jump all in.
Diagonal cutting pliers. But I bet a Dremel would be just as easy.The universals I have are pretty tall, so on some of my kegs, it's tough to push the disconnect on. Trimming a coil or two off the spring is an easy fix.This is exactly what I've read about them. How do you trim them? Dremel?