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Kegging: New BrewArtist? Please read this post first

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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

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No, the beer will only fill up the bag to a volume that the bag allows (not sure if that makes sense??).  What I'm trying to say is that the bag inside a keg can be under-filled but not over-filled. ?

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Ok cool I was a bit concerned that the bag would be too full on the first keg, it just seemed really full. But I suppose that not much room is required for the secondary fermentation process.

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Correct!  A vessel with zero airspace will still happily allow secondary fermentation to happen. For example, I fill my bottles to less than 10mm from the top and they happily transition through the secondary fermentation and conditioning phases with the final result being a perfectly carbonated beer.

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