« on: February 02, 2015, 09:35:31 AM »
I went through a phase where I hated bottling. Just remember that one funky bottle means one funky bottle of beer. One bit of funk in a keg means the whole batch is toast.Completely agree, Jim. MANY a homebrewer overlook this factor because kegging is new to them and they think it's just the end-all-be-all of brewing. Bottling very much still has its place.
With the typical used keg route, propper kegging and draft serving is every bit as much work as bottling. All things considered
And OP, I suggest you do a bit of modifying of your procedure if it's become too much of a pain. Check out the "Bottling tips for the homebrewer" thread on HomeBrewTalk. Great thread about streamlining the process.