Mini keg starters kit
- 4 handy 5 l mini kegs with special rubber plug.
- BEER KING 2000 beer tap: a special CO2 tap head with adjustable beer flow and CO2 discharge.
- 1 CO2 cartridges 16 g.
- Demijohn brush for mini keg
2nd fermentation in kegs Most home brewers will want to do a 2nd fermentation in the keg to obtain natural carbonation just like in bottled beer. The amount of sugar you must add just before filling your keg is, in principle, NO different to the quantity of sugar you use with the filling of bottles (5-9 g/l beer with a fully fermented beer, and this depending on the required CO2 level in your beer). The method is the same as for bottles: preferably dissolve the sugar in a small quantity of water or beer, pour it into the keg and transfer the beer in such a way that everything is mixed well. Place the keg upright for several days at ambient temperature so that the 2nd fermentation can take place. Then put it in a cool place for clearing and maturing. A discarded but still working refrigerator is ideal, this allows you to pour your beer at the correct temperature. When the beer has completely cleared, tapping can start.
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