Graham Lewis

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About Graham Lewis

  1. First Time Experiences

    Tonight I had success I finished brewing my wheat beer so it was keg time and using the tips I got from Liam at Brewart and this the people on this forum I nailed it. So happy no beer was wasted I tasted it and it was great, putting the collars on the bags was so easy this time around what a difference and next Saturday I have friends coming over to sample my new beer system. Thank you everyone for your help and cheers.
  2. First Time Experiences

    Thank you for the replies and advice I am sure it will help as I am in the middle of brewing my wife's favorite beer, a German Wheat Beer and if I stuff this up she will divorce my (just kidding). During the week I ordered now bags and another 2 kegs and now have the new beer spikes which have all arrived again thanks Liam, so I have no excuses this brew is going to turn out great. Also my last surviving keg has 5 L of American Pale Ale which should be ready by the 24th July I cant wait to try it with my friends. Cheers Graham.
  3. Hi Everyone, Just brewed my first beer with the Beerdroid and then kegged it and I wish to share my experiences with everyone. The System is great but I am not perfect and this is what I want to share, I purchased my system from Harvey Norman as I just could not wait, that was my first mistake as they had old stock and you guessed it that's what I got so buy your beerdroid direct. Next I started a brew all was good and very easy I wanted to give Brewart some positive feedback which I did, Liam answered my message and also noted that my yest was slow reacting and gave me advice which helped complete my brew. Next came the kegging and for first timers it can be a little scary as you know its make or brake time so give yourself plenty of time follow the videos but because I had old stock I had the old bagging system and I really stuffed up, the first keg/bag did not deploy properly (old stock) and was off centre it took almost 5 L of beer and was full it was actually flowing back out of the filler. The next keg I had cross threaded the bag to the keg collar and during filling came apart, in my blind panic disconnecting the tap sprayed beer all over the kitchen blinds. Lucky I have a wife who thought this was way to funny. So I contacted Liam at Brewart again who gave me all sorts of advice and help me upgrade my system, the customer service I have found is second to none with help advice, now I look forward to brewing my next brew and using my new skills. Thank you Liam and Brewart.