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HI guys, im about to keg my cooper pale ale into a 9.5l kegland keg and just wanting to know do i have to leave the co2 connected? And what pressure do i need to store it at.

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37 minutes ago, David McCabe said:

HI guys, im about to keg my cooper pale ale into a 9.5l kegland keg and just wanting to know do i have to leave the co2 connected? And what pressure do i need to store it at.

Hi David, welcome to the forum. There are a few guys that use non Brewart kegs here and will have an answer for you. With the Coopers Pale Ale, what sort of hops have you used with it or have you done it as per Brewprint? (Either way, it is still a good drop)

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13 hours ago, David McCabe said:

HI guys, im about to keg my cooper pale ale into a 9.5l kegland keg and just wanting to know do i have to leave the co2 connected? And what pressure do i need to store it at.

Fill the keg, seal with the ball lock cap then connect gas at 30psi and purge out the oxygen by using the gas release value 3 or 4 times. Remove gas lead and store keg until required.

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To add to this when wanting to consume put the keg in the fridge (around 4C) and connect the co2 at serving pressure at about 8 - 10psi. 9.5l will take about 3 - 4 days.

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On 11/07/2020 at 9:08 PM, David McCabe said:

HI guys, im about to keg my cooper pale ale into a 9.5l kegland keg and just wanting to know do i have to leave the co2 connected? And what pressure do i need to store it at.

How did you go?

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