Guinness is my favorite winter lunch. Creamy Irish stew. But it requires a nitrogen system and mine's CO2.With cooler weather approaching I recommend a darker beer - Guiness is my choice.
Alternatively, best in warm weather, but never a bad choice anytime is a good IPA - you can't go wrong with Karbach Hopadilla.
The draw back of Guinness is the nitrogen! Real shame you can get a 20 pound bottle of Bev Gas, then again you need a Guinness Tavern head + another regulatorGuinness is my favorite winter lunch. Creamy Irish stew. But it requires a nitrogen system and mine's CO2.
Karbach es muy bueno.
Setting up an old fridge as a kegerator is actually pretty cheap. Keg beer over bottles & cans is a real bargain. Keg deposit might be a bit stupid.Rich people problems. Lol
Setting up an old fridge as a kegerator is actually pretty cheap. Keg beer over bottles & cans is a real bargain. Keg deposit might be a bit stupid.
If you don’t use nitrogen, bev gas is reasonable as are rebuilt regulators. Air line, beer line, tavern heads, a wall shank and faucet all fairly reasonable from Micromatic or ebay
Just thing how nice taking out the trash would be without bottles & cans.
Old soda water syrup canisters can be had pretty cheap and filled with anything from home brew to sangrias and run thru a keg system.I’ve had a kegerator for a few years. It is a few hundred dollars to start up, but my wife and I have really enjoyed it. The price per pint on the most of the kegs larger than a sixtel are cheaper than buying from the store.
I added a water keg this year (We drink a lot of fizzy waters) and it has cut down on our can usage and our bottle usage significantly. I’m not a big greeny, but it is nice.