Pressure Relief Valves (PRVs) are an almost ubiquitous feature in pressure capable vessels designed for homebrewing. They are part of corny kegs, most pressure capable fermenters, CO2 regulators, the list goes on.
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Here at Kegland we are really big fans of dry yeasts.
We don’t use them exclusively, but there is no doubt that when it’s time to pitch, more often than not we reach for a packet of dry yeast rat
- 25 FebRead more »
Hey guys. We know a lot of you have recently made the jump to kegging your brews. There are probably a decent number of folks out there switching up from bottling, and an equally large number jumping straight into both homebrewing and kegging. Welcome to you all!
- 23 Feb
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So, you’ve done your research, compared products, realized that the BrewZillas are pretty much the best value all in one brewing systems on the market. You’ve bitten the bullet, pulled the trigger and a shiny new BrewZilla has landed on
- 24 AugFather’s day’s quickly approaching and Dad loves beer…you’ve come to the right place. Luckily we’ve also got some of the speediest delivery services available. So whether you’re a Dad making a wish list (did you know the website has one?) or looking for something for your Dad, we’ve got you covered.Read more »
- 19 AugKveik are an exciting family of yeasts which thrive in hot fermentation temperatures and are an excellent option for homebrewers who struggle with temperature control or want a fast ferment. The use of Kveik allows great beers to be made with a quick turn around time and it's a great option for homebrewers in the harsh Australian climate.Read more »
- 10 JulRead more »
There is pretty much no doubt whatsoever that moving up to kegging your homebrew is a fantastic step to take. While bottling home brew is both rewarding and can be beneficial for some styles, most would agree that kegging provides greater flexibility, ease of use and far less hassle in terms of cleaning and transferring. Transferring your finished beer into a keg we will cover in another post.
- 7 JulRead more »
There comes a point in every homebrewers life when you realise it’s time. Time to stop washing and sanitising dozens of bottles. Time to stop splashing your kitchen with freshly brewed beer when the tip falls off your bottling wand. Time to throw away the siphon. Time to stop dealing with over or under carbonated b
- 29 JunRead more »
One of the many advantages that kegging has over bottling is the ability to force carbonate your beer.
Force carbonation is an often slightly misunderstood term. Let’s clear that up.