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  1. Hi all, I was an early Kickstarter for the BrewArt complete system. I really like the BeerDroid, and will be keeping it to ferment wort from my new Pico Z. However, I have not had very good luck with the BrewFlo. I've lost approx 40% of my kegged beer due to various problems with the keg hardware and liners, (both original and new "spear" versions). As far as I can tell, I've not had the same problem more than once, but there are a lot of failure modes and all it takes is one.... I'm going back to other methods of storage/dispensing. On the bright side, I've not had any problems with the BrewFlo unit itself: it keeps beer cold, correctly senses remaining beer level, and has no air compressor leaks. I had one keg early on that decided to empty itself gradually into the keg chamber of the BrewFlo. I poured that out, cleaned as best as I could and sanitized with H2O2. Didn't notice any operational problems with subsequent kegs. Anyways, I'm hoping someone out there is interested in tackling the BrewFlo and maybe is a bit luckier or more skilled with the keg hardware assembly. On offer: 1 BrewFlo unit (US/Canada) including tap handle and drip tray 2 Complete (opened but never unpacked) Kegging Packs (these are the new style with spears and matching liners) You will pay for packing costs and actual shipping charges. I think that's going to be around $50-60 but not 100% sure until I get it boxed up at the UPS Store. (I no longer have original packaging.) Any takers?
  2. BeerDroid and BrewFlo for sale (18 mths old) $900 for the lot I regrettably don't have the time anymore to run the brews anymore. Changed family circumstances. I brewed two pale ales that both turned out really well. Prefer to sell as a package but for the right offer I'll split the items. Can freight domestically but the postage isn't included in the purchase price. Otherwise, pickup in North Coburg. All items: - 1 x BeerDroid with damaged spigot - 1 x BrewFlow plus drip tray- 1 x brew print for US pale ale (sachets: 2 x E5, 1 x E2, 2 x X1, 2 x H1, 2 x P, 1 x Y1)- 1 x kegging kit (2 x 5L kegs stands, 2 x keg liners, 1 x draining line, 1 x draining cap, 2 x elbows, 5 x sanitiser tabs)
  3. Pouring in Glass just head ??? on secand key
  4. So I just had my first ever keg fail. Had my Aztec Cerveza sitting in the fridge for a week or more after conditioning then transferred to the BrewFlo. Hook everything up and pull the handle to dispense goodness. All I got was air, air, and more air with a slight amount of froth. After about 5 mins I got a glass of froth that eventually settled to beer (with a big head). Had a taste and decided that I have invented a new sort of beer that would appeal to some sort of alien invader. Hard to describe the taste but "yeasty" and "disgusting" covers it. I suspect there is a problem with the liner and have emailed Brewart support. Ended up tipping the beer out and throwing the keg liner away, there was no way it was recoverable. Bit of a shame as I have brewed the Aztec Cerveza before and my wife is quite keen on it.
  5. Just tried drinking straight from the BrewFlo tap like Barney Gumble and it was so good! Just wondering if anyone else had tried doing this?
  6. My batch of weissbier from the keg is all head. Preivous couple of kegs were also quite heady but not this bad. the beer line is also full of bubbles. I am guessing the secondary fermentation temp was too high and that the kegs are very sensitive to storage temp. Any thoughts?
  7. Pursya

    Four Leaf

    I've never ever had stout in my life. So the opportunity to brew my own was a leap of faith. but it tastes as good as it looks. Very happy.
  8. Which beer(s) has poured best for you from the Brewflo and did you use a caddy when kegging? If you read everything on this forum, you will know I am struggling to get satisfactory results from my Brewflo. So I am in search of the most forgiving/successful/reliable Brewprint and the method of filling that was used. In about a month I will pick up on the best option and hopefully be on my way to enjoying a pleasing result.
  9. Patty

    Tap fonts

    G'day peeps, just wondering if anyone has managed to changed the top of their font yet.
  10. Deeks

    Deeks' BrewFlo

    My BrewFlo feels right at home on the kitchen bench next to the Thermomix which is my other expensive kitchen gadget.
  11. Hi and happy Australia day everyone. I have brewed a few kegs now and have found them to be flat when using the brew flow. I bottled a batch and the carbonation was awsome. I feel the brew flow a waste if I am going to get better beer when bottling . Would it help to add carbonation drops to the keg as well as the sucrose?
  12. This photo was taken from one of my first brews. Was playing around with glass styles. If I recall this was an American Pale Ale, so Ale glass on the left was the winner!
  13. Welcome budding BrewArtist! If you are new to brewing with BrewArt we recommend that you checkout BrewArt 101 as your first point of call. Here you will gain access to in-depth instructional videos, FAQs and other helpful downloads. Cheers, The BrewArt Team
  14. Welcome budding BrewArtist! If you are new to brewing with BrewArt we recommend that you checkout BrewArt 101 as your first point of call. Here you will gain access to in-depth instructional videos, FAQs and other helpful downloads. Here are some direct video links you may find useful: BrewFlo: Installing a Keg BrewFlo: The Perfect Pour Cheers, The BrewArt Team
  15. Welcome budding BrewArtist! If you are new to brewing with BrewArt we recommend that you checkout BrewArt 101 as your first point of call. Here you will gain access to in-depth instructional videos, FAQs and other helpful downloads. Here are some direct video links you may find useful: BrewArt: Introduction BrewFlo: Unboxing BrewFlo: Assembly and Power On BrewFlo: Basic Operation Cheers, The BrewArt Team
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