Anyone know if I can rack my homebrew into a sanke style keg? I am planning on doing the secondary fermentation in a plastic bucket and would like to transfer it to the sanke for serving. I have…Continue
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The Village Lions of Est Hampton are sponsoring this event with the help of Paul "Zok" Zocco of Willimantic Homebrew. He will be holding a discussion of how to make beer and wine from your home. There will be tastings available of different style homebrews as well as wines. Local craftbeer and wines will also be available. Tickets are $10. Call Tom OBrien @ 860-267-6642 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. See More
"Thanks for the great info! Here's the deal. I ordered a keg form a package store where I had a rolling account. I have a kegerator and would get a (1/6 barrel/log) every month'ish, so the store charged me a deposit on the first keg, and…"
"Before I provide the answer, I must step onto my soap box for a moment. Being a home brewer myself, and regularly around several commercial breweries, I know about the issues surrounding sanke kegs and their OFTEN but not ALWAYS illegal…"
Anyone know if I can rack my homebrew into a sanke style keg? I am planning on doing the secondary fermentation in a plastic bucket and would like to transfer it to the sanke for serving. I have seen a lot of vids online on the cornelis style, but not much on the sanke other than just how to remove the valve. Any info would be great. Cheers!See More