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Offline Thirsty_Monk

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Re: Monitoring Keg Levels
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2013, 07:10:11 PM »
You guys could just keep a record how many oz did you drink from it. You know the keg size.
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Offline redzim

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Re: Monitoring Keg Levels
« Reply #16 on: May 08, 2013, 11:08:43 AM »
I've always gone low tech. Mark # of pints until you get ~ 40, so I don't have to lift and stir up sediment. Bigger glasses tend to throw it off quite a bit though!

+1. I have a blank spreadsheet with lines for about 10 kegs, I tick off in columns for growlers, pints, 12oz bottle fills, etc.  I usually forget to mark a growler in there somewhere... but it gets me close.

I used to use a bathroom scale calibrated at zero for an empty keg, but once I expanded above 2 serving kegs (I often have 5 or 6 on tap now) I dropped that idea.