ANGEL HOMEBREW - KegLand 20L Oxebar PET Keg and Pressure Fermenter Tank. Also 4L & 8L Kegs

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Ultimately as a kit brewer I wish you could get a 23L stainless Cornelius keg but the new 4L PET kegs will be welcomed by me for packaging the difference between a 5 gallon kit and a 19L corny.

As for the bigger one I think I still prefer stainless due to it's longevity and ability to be washed with very hot water. Might have considered if it were 23L not 20L.
 
I’m tempted by the 4l one, as it would completely remove the need for bottling, and I reckon that it would work well with my beer engine. 4l is a reasonable amount to drink before it goes stale.

I think the 20l kegs are a good price point for people to get into kegging. I thought to myself before I opened the link “what would be a reasonable price, considering a used Corny is ~£55” and I thought I’d be happy to pay £20-£25 if I didn’t already have 4 kegs.
 
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Not sure if allowed in light of above, but I know they're relatively new so thought I'd add my experience here.

I have a few of the 8l ones and am happy with them after one use. No signs of oxygen ingress and easy and quick to fill. One will be getting filled shortly, so we'll see how it does with a higher carbonated style. They fit in nicely in the gaps beween cornies in my kegerator nd are perect for the stronger/weirder brews where I'll only do a half batch.
 
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Not sure if allowed in light of above, but I know they're relatively new so thought I'd add my experience here.

I have a few of the 8l ones and am happy with them after one use. No signs of oxygen ingress and easy and quick to fill. One will be getting filled shortly, so we'll see how it does with a higher carbonated style. They fit in nicely in the gaps beween cornies in my kegerator nd are perect for the stronger/weirder brews where I'll only do a half batch.
how do you use them , im wary about putting a carbonated beer in them and closing up with a black cap.. do you fill and store them with a tapping head or a screw on black cap? do you prime them in teh keg? again black cap or tapping head?
 
I clean, fill with sanitiser, then screw on the tapping head, and push the sanitiser out with CO2 through the liquid out post.

Then release some of the pressure in the Oxebar keg and counter pressure fill from my fermenter or a larger keg. Hook up to Co2 in my Keezer and in a week or 2 it's ready to drink.

I've not keg conditioned in them, but no reason you couldn't.

I only use the black cap to store between use.
 
I clean, fill with sanitiser, then screw on the tapping head, and push the sanitiser out with CO2 through the liquid out post.

Then release some of the pressure in the Oxebar keg and counter pressure fill from my fermenter or a larger keg. Hook up to Co2 in my Keezer and in a week or 2 it's ready to drink.

I've not keg conditioned in them, but no reason you couldn't.

I only use the black cap to store between use.
Ok as I thought, you almost need a tapping head for every Oxebar you have, unless you are using it to store starsan or similar.
Im tempted to condition one on my next brew and black cap it... then switch to a tapping head when I put it on tap.
 
Ok as I thought, you almost need a tapping head for every Oxebar you have, unless you are using it to store starsan or similar.
Im tempted to condition one on my next brew and black cap it... then switch to a tapping head when I put it on tap.
I have 3 and 2 tapping heads. As you say I just store sanitiser in one and rotate as a full one empties.
 
I have 3 and 2 tapping heads. As you say I just store sanitiser in one and rotate as a full one empties.
Im thinking a tapping head (currently 16.80 at angel) for every 4 or 8L keg doesnt make them a cheap option..

im deffo interested in the 20L version though as Id get more in my beer fridge than I can cornys.
 

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