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  1. Hey All , Has anyone had any luck using an Ikegger keg or similar ? If so , do you use it for whole second fermentation with primer, add the hops minus the primer and force carbonate or use the brewart keg for second fermentation and transfer if you fancy taking a keg somewhere else or put into a Kegorator ?
  2. Couldn't think of a better place for this question, hope this area is ok. Beer clearing question: Three years ago I gave up a lot of my favorite beers because they caused me crippling gout about 3 times yearly due to all the yeast in bottle conditioned beer. Since switching to 'mostly' non bottle conditioned filtered beers I haven't suffered in three years now! So i wonder, should I add gelatin to my secondary keg while aging at about 34 degrees F, for 2-3 weeks, then run through filtering system into another keg for additional aging, forced co2 carbonation, then finally dispensing from this third keg? Sounds like a small pain to do, but better getting rid of most yeast in order to help eliminate even more pain from possible gout! I'll need to have plenty of kegs around but nothing ever seems easy here these days! Ah well, more time and expense but I'm not a quitter! I still drink maybe two or three bottle conditioned beers (really murky) each month, mainly Adventinus wheat dopplebock, I do think these apple cider vinegar tablets i take each day help keep the gout away from me. Cheers!
  3. 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.
  4. As a newbie to brewing I was wondering if the community has any views on whether some beer styles are better kegged and some better bottled (in terms of beer finish, taste etc)? Does it even make a difference? In terms of kegging, I don't just mean using the brewflo system, but kegging more broadly. Cheers Rennce
  5. 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: BeerDroid: Kegging Preparation BeerDroid: Kegging with the Keg Caddy BeerDroid Kegging without the Keg Caddy Cheers, The BrewArt Team
  6. Hi, i am located in Darwin NT and i have recently acquired a brewart beerdroid and brewflo unit, i have come across some essential components, the keg spike and the new type keg lid hose connectors (black and orange). i was just wondering if you could buy the smaller components seperate and if so where from? or if you can only buy them in kits? thanks in advance.
  7. 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: BeerDroid: Kegging Preparation Cheers, The BrewArt Team
  8. Hi All, Just to let you know there is a current discount on Keg refill kits, a $20 dollar saving, use promo code KEG20, ends 13th march Enjoy Stuart
  9. Just thought it would be good to see how many kegs everyone has and how many kegs you think is enough. I currently have 8 kegs which I don't think is enough so would want to get another 4 kegs to have a total of 12 kegs which I think would be the ideal amount.
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