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I've adopted a force carb method at serving pressure that carbs to desired volume in 15-20 minutes. This way you can control the volumes using the easy temp/pressure charts for a desired co2 volume. Set your tank to serving pressure, in my case 12 psi. With the keg and beer at serving temp (38°F), attach gas to the out lock (dip tube) so the co2 enters the ...


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Its not impossible to know how much CO2 is dissolved in the beer. There are tools for measuring it. Many professional breweries use these tools because have an exact carbonation level is important to them. As homebrewers we don't normally buy these tools so we can make random measurements. That said. It is well known how many volumes of CO2 are dissolved ...


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Locks usually only need replaced if coverting between pinlock to ball lock, unless it's really deformed where the oring can't seal or the lock doesn't attach good. I would start with just a universal corney rebuild kit, it has 5 orings in it (lid x1, post x2, lock x2) Then address the poppets if they leak, as these are the part that have a couple of ...



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