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At a quick glance at the preview, and from what I've heard in interviews, it sounds like it might be more like a bridge between How to Brew and Brewing Better Beer.
Either way, is there any issues with breathing in grain dust? I thought I read something about this in the past.
1. What size O2 tank is best for oxygenating?
2. Where is the best place to get a tank? Can the tanks be purchased or rented? Which is best?
5. Should I use a wand or tubing to connect the tank to the stone? I have heard that the wands are difficult to sanitize.
The beverage side gauge also drops from 10 PSI to 0 PSI, when pressurized and the tank off, whether or not the line check valve is opened or closed. The little valve under the regulator body, the feed to the manifold.
Perhaps gas is escaping from the quick disconnect, as if the seals were bad. I just greased them up.
How can I test for a leak while the QD is attached to the keg post?
With the gas line check valve closed, line charged, and the tank off – the beverage side reads 10 PSI for approximately 3 days
I have rotated through the three kegs, using a different gas line each time. With the line charged and tank off, the beverage side gauge reads 10 PSI for < 10 hours. Regardless if I use line 1, 2, or 3, attached to any of the kegs, the beverage side gauge will zero out after a few hours.