How to Keg

  • How to Carbonate Beer in a Keg

    One of the joys of kegging your beer is not having to endlessly clean bottles or them occasionally exploding in your garage. Force carbonating is also another advantage of kegging, allowing you to carbonate faster and without the sediment found in the bottom of the bottle when naturally carbonating.

    Of course you can naturally carbonate in a keg by adding the correct amount of sugars and keeping it warm for about two weeks but most people prefer to 'force' the carbonation into the be... Read More >

  • Help, my tap's pouring foam!

    One of the more common questions we get is why is my kegerator pouring mostly foam? Although it's a common issue it's not usually an hard one to fix. Follow these steps to understand why beer foams up and how to stop it.

    With a kegerator system you will usually get a little bit of foam with the first pour as the tap cools down. A font fan will help to reduce this, they can be purchased separately but do come standard in all our Keg Master kegerators. Commercial pubs use glycol chilled fonts to keep the taps icy cold and are usually pouring beers more frequently than on a home kegerator. If you are consistently getting foam this may be caused by a variety of issues. Continue reading

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