Make an offer - Dark Farm Mini Keg Systems

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  1. Apr 2, 2019 #21

    Jay Nelson

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    Pleasure doing business Gareth, I'm looking forward to having a play over the weekend.
     
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    Hi Gareth, I’m looking to get stared with a couple of 5L kegs. How does the soda stream setup compare to CO2 cartridges? Will probably be adding some 10L kegs in down the line.
     
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    Hi Gareth,

    I brew all grain once a month on a 10 litre batch. Been looking for a keg set up. What would you recommend?

    Thanks,

    Sam
     
  4. May 11, 2019 #24

    Gareth Davies

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    Hi Sam,

    I would suggest getting 2x5L system. It would give you loads more flexibility. If you up grade to flow control tap I'll pop in a free ice jacket.

    Gareth
     
  5. May 15, 2019 #25

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    Is it practical to cool a 5L keg in the fridge without the CO2 fittings and tap? I don't have much fridge space. I'm wondering if gas or beer would escape if I put the fittings on while there was some pressure from the already carbonated beer that I draw off from a pressure barrel. Even on Scotland's north coast, we're bound to get some long, warm days and mild nights. Can you supply kegs smaller than 5L?
     
  6. May 15, 2019 #26

    Gareth Davies

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    Our customers tend to store in the fridge or garage and simply pop the tap fitting on when there ready to drink - purge the keg with C02 to replace the air and re-pressurise . I would recommend doing the only once help prevent against contamination. if you are going to store for long periods it would suggest getting the pressure release lid.

    hope this helps
     
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    Thanks. And can you supply smaller kegs? I'm only planning to use the keg for a couple of days when the shed is too warm.
     
  8. May 15, 2019 #28

    Gareth Davies

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    Yes we do either 5L or 10L give me a shout what you want i can put a price together. or simply order on the site. Order by 10pm tonight and we can have them before the weekend.

    Happy brewing Gareth
     

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