Monthly Archives: July 2020
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.
Post-mix kegs are the kegs used in most systems, made of stainless steel with a hatch cover for quick cleaning and filling. They have valves for gas in and beer out, and a safety release valve. The size of these "kegs" types varies from as small as 9 to 50 liters. The most popular is 18 liters and 22 liters, suitable
Sooner or later, every home brewer reaches a point where he realizes his skill level, his operation, and the quality level of his beer has reached a point where it's time to think about upgrading a little bit. He may start to imagine experimenting with more complex recipes or ingredients of higher quality. He could find himself, for the first time, dreaming of investing in stainless steel brewing equipment.