their real value is in that they help make good beer cheaply.
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I don't know how long you've been in brewing, but compared to 10 years ago cornies are much harder to find and more expensive.
1. Hot rinse
2. Hot PBW soak
3. Hot rinse
5. Purge and pressurize with CO2
Yep, it'll be sterile up until the point that it clogs.
Ya sure she doesn't need oxygen? Just in case, ya know, for emergencies maybe/quote]
Let's hope not ever...as I said, her asthma is mild, but many friends were telling me that some of their kid's asthma had subsided....so I was thinking that you might find this medical device not very expensive on the resale market (ie craigslist).....in checking craigslist....looks like anywhere from $15-$100 (and as low as $22 new on Amazon) and more than a few available in my area....so, all I am saying, besides "give peace a chance" is that if you were looking at wanting to try aerating your wort, a used nebulizer might be the cheap way to go because of the sterile filter action. Admit it, you would spend more on a single stainless steel fitting, which doesn't do a thing to improve your beer.
A spare keg with starsan works nice to disinfect the liquid line. Just don't leave it in there too long or the inside of the line will get gummy.
The 3/16" line I use that I got from morebeer is rated at 2.2 psi restriction per foot, however in my experience, on my system, it is more like 1.6 - 1.8 psi. I don't know why, maybe it's batch variation, maybe it's that the tops of my kegs are roughly level with the faucets, like I said, I don't know. But at 15 psi I need about 9 feet of line to get a decent pour. I mention this because this is totally true: