Kegging Your Beer

Kegging your beer involves four steps:  cleaning, transferring  filtering, carbonating.  I like to clean my kegs right before I keg new beer.  This saves on cleaner and as you will read, makes the process very efficient.

You will actually use your actual 1/2 barrel brewhouse for most of this process.  I typically keg 1-2 10 gallon batches at time.  This entire process will take about 4-5 hours depending on a lot of things.

If your beer is done fermenting and aging, the next steps are:

Keg Cleaning

Beer Transfer

Filtering

Carbonation

Ready to keg some beer!

Ready to keg some beer!

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