Any problems with the Star San freezing in the airlock?
yep it can. if im dropping temp for lagering 30F ambient i use booze in the airlock.
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OK, got a keg and CO2 tank coming shortly. I need some guidance on the preferred type of regulator, dual or single gauge? Secondly, for now, I plan on just using a picnic faucet assembly. Is there anything else I'll need at this point?
I am going to be using my existing chest freezer as a dual use chamber at this point. When the fermentation is over, I'll be throwing the keg in there.
I'm guessing there isn't a consensus here, but how cold do you do it and for how long? I have a chest freezer and a temp. controller FWIW.
Sticky faucets if you don't pull from one for a few days are my main complaint, but that's not unique to this setup I don't think.
When you can, invest in Perlick faucets. They're completely 'stick-free'. Awesome faucets.
Ha good one!At one of my fave beer joints- winking lizard
I prefer to refer to it as the Linking Wizard.
bought my sanyo in 1998 upon return from Germany tour. fits 3 of the shorter profile 5 gal kegs and co2. has worked great for all these years.
3 kegs? Did you remove the interior of the door?
I fit two in mine, and fill the door with stored yeast slurries.
CascadesRunner / Drew-
3 bombers on the way tomorrow. German Pils, Vienna Mandarina IPA, and Helles Bock.
I had this poster for the longest time back them.....high school into college.Ken, I can do one better, but no picture. In 1990 or so, I worked at BW3 as GM. We got a 7 foot tall cardboard cut out of the Rumpleminze Vixen and had her just inside the entrance of our house. Very cheesy, but also a lot of fun back I those days. Some great drunken photos, wish I still had them
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