Transferring beer from your fermenter to a keg
With the help of a Fermenter to Keg beer racking transfer assembly beer can be easily racked (transferred) from a BREWHA fermenter into a keg. The hose assembly attaches from the racking port on the 3-in-1 and 4-in-1 fermenters to the 'Out' post on a keg, transferring beer directly to the bottom of the keg through the dip tube avoiding oxidation and unnecessary agitation. By setting the regulator on the CO2 tank to 1-2psi of pressure and connecting the gas tank to a top port on the fermenter beer can be pushed from the fermenter into the keg. For filling commercial Sanke kegs, to permit liquid and gas to flow in the opposite direction (when dispensing beer from kegs, CO2 is entering the keg and beer is leaving and there are check valves to prevent flow in the opposite direction) the flow check device inside the Sanke coupler will need to be removed (normally it is a ball in the liquid side, and a rubber stopper in the gas side; an example is shown in image to the right).
For carbonating your beer, connect CO2 and carbonate to desired pressure. Carbon dissolves into water at different rates depending on the temperature so consult CO2 pressure temperature charts online (search for 'CO2 volumes' and go to images) to select the correct carbonation volume for your tastes and style of beer. For example, at fridge temperature beer is normally served at about 15psi, whereas at room temperature, your keg would be pressurized to 30psi.Video: How to transfer beer from a fermentor to a keg
How to quickly transfer beer to a keg
Product: Fermenter to Keg Racking Transfer Hose
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