Me too please! Can you get your chemical dude you offered the other day to answer the question (this is the 3rd time now) if sodium percarbonate and a soft cloth (with caution) is a suitable cleaning method rather than your CIP solution.Now can we get back to the brewing gear?
The Chubby is nice and simple. 30 litres of pressure fermenter for not much more money than the 20 litre Junior. Have a couple of test ferments going in them now and will post some pics soon. Chubby is on the left in this pic.They look badass.
I'm actually pretty interested in this wee Chubby I've been hearing about.
Will do - as I said elsewhere we are in super serious lockdown for the Covid thing here right now so bear with me. Also join Keg King Connect FB page for good info. Our Keg King YouTube channel has a lot of good info too.Me too please! Can you get your chemical dude you offered the other day to answer the question (this is the 3rd time now) if sodium percarbonate and a soft cloth (with caution) is a suitable cleaning method rather than your CIP solution.
I take it that is the snub nose on the right for size comparison?The Chubby is nice and simple. 30 litres of pressure fermenter for not much more money than the 20 litre Junior. Have a couple of test ferments going in them now and will post some pics soon. Chubby is on the left in this pic.
You do own the Fermentasaurus trademark, from April 2020 when it changed ownership, but why then use this to twist things, change the past and use it to call UK homebrew equipment retailers suppliers of fake and counterfeit goods who have sold the products years ago.Too far away and not necessary when we can provide proof that we own the trademark and more. Is the trademark certificate not enough for you?
Thank you for your that very much. That is the intention and I will answer all truthfully as I have no Need of smoke or mirrors.@CEO Keg King
As a casual observer on what is being written within this thread, but with no real interest in any of the products you or indeed your competitor sells, I would say that you have now emphatically made your position clear concerning your competitor and their products, and continually returning to it is doing you no favours whatsoever, including responses to ongoing critical posts by members by effectively going round the loop again. I suggest you are on the cusp of damage to your reputation. Some folks on here are already beginning to waver.
You might care to consider that I have been a contributing member on here for over 5 years and have never seen a company representative treat a competitor with the contempt you have have exhibited, whether fully justified or not.
So if you want to impress existing and potential customers, and enhance your reputation, I suggest you now deliver on explaining the benefits of your current products as some members on here have requested, avoiding direct comparison to the opposition, and also try to avoid the 'smoke and mirrors' approach you appear to be using when asked about the authenticity of your products purchased by UK customers in the past, or that's how it appears to me. And on that honesty will serve you well.
Perhaps even start afresh will another thread.
They are 20 litres and available with A or D type valves. The neck mounted PRV goes at 4.5 bar. Burst pressure is between 8.5 to 10 bar. The silver finish versions have a proper oxygen barrier and are suitable for longer term storage of beer. Price in very large volumes ex our works in Australia is just over US$10 but we will have them to the Australian craft brewers around AUD$30 in small qty. They will be on the Keg King Pro website soon.Do you have more info on these, when they’ll be at B2B, price point, size, other specs etc? Had a look on your king-keg.au website and can’t see them.
I second that very much. What is the bike? I have an Aprilia and waiting for my BMW 1250. Might need to go for a ride in the morning to clear my head after weathering the proverbial here.Think its time for a beer cheers