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Ageing beer in kegs

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1 month 2 hours ago #2416 by Birdy Bro
Birdy Bro created the topic: Ageing beer in kegs
Hi All,
I'm wondering if any of you have aged your beer in kegs, and if so for how long and what the outcome was?

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4 weeks 2 days ago #2419 by Gash
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I have aged beer in kegs, it works, although if you want to age for a long time unrefrigerated it would probably be a good idea to rack just before ferment is finished or add some carbing sugar to the keg when you fill it, usually half the amount you would use for bottling. If you are going to age in the keg but keep it refrigerated this isnt an issue, so you'd just fill and purge out the oxygen and then store.
I much rather aging this way or in bottles, I don't like aging in fermenters its cumbersome with no real advantages. Cheers!
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Gash's Avatar Gash - Wed 7 Jun - 18:41

Cheers mate!

Hoppy81's Avatar Hoppy81 - Mon 5 Jun - 08:44

Hey Gash. Great video as always, keen to get my hands on this book so fingers crossed.

Gash's Avatar Gash - Sun 4 Jun - 17:28

I've done a Pacific Ale clone of Stone and Wood, the one that Wild Yak tried to copy if thats any good for you

Dan79's Avatar Dan79 - Sun 4 Jun - 14:15

Gday legends does anyone know where i could get a wild yak pacific ale clone recipe?? Cheers Dan...

Jehannum's Avatar Jehannum - Sat 3 Jun - 20:00

Howdy Gash. Thanks for fixing My account. Seems I stuffed up the email address when trying to join!

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