I’m a bass trombone player. I make beer. I take pictures.
Hey first i wanted to say congrats on that ridiculous score for $25. I wanted to ask you if you’d be interested in reviewing my labels on your website. I just started selling a new type of home brew label online, and would be interested to get your thoughts on it. Let me know if you are interested and I will send you over a sheet. http://www.beerclings.com is the website.
Yes, sounds interesting. I email you!
Hi I needed some help with something. I saw your pictures of how to fill a sanke keg . Why do you put the dime in The one coupler . And what side would it go into . The gas or beer .
I use the dime when I’m carbonating a beer. I swap the lines around so the gas is going in the beer-out port and the beer line is on the gas-in port. I have a check valve on the gas-in port so it doesn’t back up into the gas line (normally) but I put the dime in there as a safe guard in case the check valve fails and backs up into the beer line and out the tap. Not likely to happen but I’m not willing to take the chance and a dime does a very nice job at the cost of only ten cents. 😉
I just wanted to give you a heads up that itswhatsontap.wordpress.com has been featured in the 2015 HomeBrew Blog Awards.
Congratulations and keep up the good work with It’s Whats on Tap !!
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