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Kegging Process and Role of Beer Taps In beer-making, a keg used to be a wooden keg, but now kegs are constructed of aluminum or stainless steel to store and serve beer, but under pressure. When beer is stored in either an aluminum or stainless steel keg, this process is known as kegging, and other parts in the process are also used, such as: a carbon dioxide gas tank, pressure regulator and two hoses, one hose feeds carbon dioxide gas into the keg inlet and the other hose brings the beer from the keg to the beer tap. The first step before filling the keg is to clean it first and, afterwards, pressurize the keg using the carbon dioxide from the carbon dioxide gas tank and check for leaks using a small amount of soap water dab around the hose fittings and valves, and then sterilize the keg using a safe agent, iodophor. By siphoning beer from your homebrew fermenter, fill the siphoned beer into the keg, being careful not to splash or aerate the beer. As soon as the keg is full of the beer, pressure it using the carbon dioxide tank and purge any remaining air in the keg by displacing it with carbon dioxide, then release the air using the release valve at the top of the keg, repeating this 4-6 times to ensure that all of the air is out and replaced by carbon dioxide. When the keg has been clear of air and fully pressurized with carbon dioxide, the beer in the keg can be stored for several months, for as long as the keg has no leaks. As soon as the keg is filled up and pressurized with carbon dioxide, the next step is carbonation of the stored beer under maintaining conditions, such as meeting the desired carbon dioxide volume of 2.4 and constant temperature inside the refrigerator, where the pressurized keg is stored, and by using a carbonation calculator you can calculate the carbon dioxide pressure necessary for carbonation to take place, so use the data entries of the following: temperature inside the refrigerator, volume of carbon dioxide at 2.4, and the volume of the beer. Now that the desired carbon dioxide pressure is determined, adjust the amount of pressure from the carbon dioxide gas tank, then allow the keg to carbonate until it reaches full carbonation within a week. Using the right type of beer tap can help ensure a well-sealed faucet and flow of beer is also well-controlled. These are the types of beer taps available in the market today: pressure dispense bar taps, which is the most popularly used in homes and bars, and portable picnic taps, which is a small, inexpensive plastic taps used with a hand pump.Smart Tips For Finding Kegs

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