Although winter would be considered relatively mild in Australia, with the chilly season officially arriving in June a cold beer on the beach might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when thinking about a comforting drink. The solution - hot beverages and fun winter cocktails.
So, the other day I was wondering if the CO2 coming out of my fermenter could be used in two ways.
Turns out, hell yes you can with some very basic parts, the cost of which you save in time and buying CO2 within a brew or two!
|Vessel Name (Volume)||Height||Diameter||330ml Bottle Equivalent|
|2L Mini Keg||20cm||13.5cm||
|"Insulated Black Keg" (5L)||35cm||17.5 cm||15|
|4L Mini Keg||33cm||13.5cm||12|
|"Insulated Black Keg" (4L)||29.5cm||17.5cm||
|5L Mini Keg||26cm||17.5cm||15|
|10L Mini Keg||50cm||17.5cm||30|
|19L Corny Keg||63cm||22cm||57|
|"UniTank" (35L)||90cm||38cm||Up to 90|