It’s a Logik that I bought from Curry’s, from memory it’s 140 litres, it holds two cornies and a couple of 5l mini kegs.
I was fitting a drip tray to my keezer today and decided to screw and glue a timber plate on the front. Logic told me that between the outer body...
That was on Friday night, feet were on Tuesdays.
Reminds me of when I was a kid Chippy, sitting on the draining board to wash my feet in the sink.
I have both. They both do the same job, carbing same on both. Mini kegs seal well 100% of the time, cronies sometimes don’t seal so well at low...
I fully agree about touch screens they’re an absolute pain.
Surely though, the guy walking ahead of the vehicle with a red flag was a distraction...
A speed sign icon indicating the speed limit is displayed on the dash.
My Nissan Leaf detects speed limit signs but that’s all, it works very well.
I'm with you Chippy. It has to be bottles or draught, drunk from a glass, you need to smell the beer.
Adjustable spanner works for me
12 x 19 litre
3 x 4 litre stainless mini kegs
Yes, force carb straight away, I usually go for 30 psi for a couple of days but I find carbonation can vary with different beers.
Can you confirm the Teflon seal is in place, it appears to be in your photo.
Back off the pin depressor anti clockwise.
Make sure the regulator...
I wouldn’t bother with it, better to make sure all connections are clean and tight.
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