Homebrew Wednesday 72: No More Plugs

NfaucetsWhen I first built my keezer I used picnic taps to dispense my beers and plugged up the 4 tap holes that I drilled with a pieces of a  1 inch (diameter) wood dowel that I cut up. A few months later I purchased and installed two Perlick 630SS faucets which I purchased a faucet/stank combo kit on beveragefactory.com. For the next year or so I used a picnic tap whenever I had more than 2 beers on tap, but I never lost sight of my goal of having four faucets. So after returning my vacation at the end of January I went back to beveragefactory.com and purchased 2 more of the same model faucet as part of the same combo kit, which was again on sale…In turn, this episode of Homebrew Wednesday includes a quick update on my Belgian Pale Ale and  dark sour, plans for additional keezer upgrades, and footage of me install the two new faucets.

Upcoming posts: Holy Inn Brewing Company custom tap handles: From Design to Install, Homebrew Wednesday 73, Extra Precious Bitter (ESB) brew day.

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About The Brewed Palate - Barry

NJ (formerly NYC) based home brewer and craft beer enthusiast sharing his brewing and imbibing adventures on thebrewedpalate.com. "Spreading the messages of craft beer one palate at a time."
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