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  1. I have added too mutch honey when [ batch priming ] 3/4 cup in to 5gal ,,,,it was a bit of cider in the back round,,,, best of luck ,,
  2. the old [st paddy stout] or the [tiwn tower] :popbeer:
  3. most kegs will spew foam at first pour,,,, gun it - wide open get the foam out ,,, and the beer will come,,, just got a 5g keg from cedar creek brewery, TX, after a lot of foam [2 gallons - give or take] i filled 5-6 growlers and put them in the fridge [attachment=13626]ccbontap.jpg[/attachment] [attachment=13627]5galccb.jpg[/attachment]
  4. nice lables every one ,,,, our printer works off my wifes lap top,,, so ,,, duct-tape and black marker works for now,,, :popbeer:
  5. i keep the lid lose,, and i have had no problems ,,,, an air lock wont hurt to add,,,, [attachment=12785]krasen3_2013-04-13.jpg[/attachment]
  6. hanktay ouyay ereyvay utchmay uddybay,,,,,,,,,,, :cheers: heerscay ,,,,
  7. your not realy buying beer ,, your just '' renting it''' ,,,,,,,,,, [attachment=11451]free-beer-taste-better-32.jpg[/attachment]
  8. i have a keg that has been empty and sitting for a long time ,,, [attachment=11299]keg2_2013-02-17.jpg[/attachment] i cut it open with a grinder ,,, and cleaned it with a scuff pad and soapy water....
  9. any leek , of any gas, other than oxagen,,, is a consern to all in every house hold,,,,thats one of many reasens why you [ every one ] YES YOU ,,,, should not use youre stove as a heater [ off- topic ] but true ,,,,,,,, :sweat: BE SAFE ,,,,, BREW SAFE ,,,,,,,,, :gofish:
  10. "alb" post=337142 said: Been having trouble with my keezer set-up leaking CO2. A 5# tank should easily last for 10 5-gal kegs but mine lasts less than one, and I can smell CO2 when I open the lid. This last time it was good for about 3 days then the needle started dropping and 3 days later it's empty. :shoot: The gas man said he checked my connections at the gauge and the hose and it's not the problem. So either my disconnects or the lid must be leaking, but 2 different kegs have been involved, not at the same time. I sprayed soapy water on the fittings, but no bubbles came up to indicate where the problem could be. Any other ideas from my beer brother and sisters?? I can't afford (and wouldn't if I could!) to refill my tank every half keg! as a WELDER for [ 23 years ] its a very good to use [ soapy ] san star / soapy water,,,, to check for leaks, this is the best way to check for all / any leeks when using CO2 ,,,, A BACK ROOM OR CLOSET OF CO2 IS VERY DANGEROUS ,,,,, please double check all fittings ,,, thank you alb,,,,,,,,, :silly: ,,,
  11. way to go ,,,,,,,, [ DONT BLAME SWENOCHA ] :pound:
  12. "Beer-lord" post=332995 said:You should be ok but depending on the stress on the yeasts (if there were any) you may have some off flavors. That may work itself out with a longer conditioning time in the bottle. follow the advice above,,,,, you should be,,,,, OK,,,,, :barman:
  13. welcome,,, [attachment=11036]t.g.i.f._2013-02-09.jpg[/attachment]
  14. you could use 2 - 3 of them and let us know !!!!!!!!! im just saying,,,,,,,, :popbeer:
  15. one,,,,,,, [attachment=10709]borghomer.jpg[/attachment]
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