How I keg my cornelius Keg

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    Well there ya go yet another way to force carb beer 20psi 3 days. I use 30psi 24 hrs purge reduce to serving pressure but usually still wait a few more days to start guzzling :). Nice video mate and nice brew corner/bar!
     
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    Sounded like quite a lot of splashing while you're filling your keg , I avoid this due to fear of oxidation and same when filling bottles so I use a bottling wand to fill from bottom of bottle up .
    Force carbing kegs for me is 24 hours @40 psi , burp them and set to 12-14 psi serving pressure but wont drink them for at least a few days anyway
     
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    My method is fill the keg, displace the air with CO2 and chill. Next day I connect 30 lbs to it and rock it back and forth for about 4 minutes. Then it sits off gas, chilled, until a keg blows. I relieve the pressure and tap it.
     
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