Anthony Dalton Posted April 17, 2022 Report Share Posted April 17, 2022 Hey all, I have noticed several brewers have had issues with blown lines. Fortunately I have not experienced that, and I treat them like disposable razors, usually get half a dozen uses out of each; just sanitize them after every couple of kegs. I am fairly confident that this isn’t recommended, but hey no issues yet. I have had issues with kegging, leaking liners and what not, probably 10% of the time. I adopt a somewhat pragmatic/philosophical approach to such incidents. Just grin and bear it. The kegged brews are infinitely superior to the bottled stuff, and when the process works like it should, the brew flo is god. It is BrewArt with an emphasis on the art. Cop your losses, lick your wounds and embrace the product. Cheers Anthony 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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