ASTX813
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Can Infected beer cause death or major illness?
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Botulism toxin is the only "infection" I've heard about in the brewing community that would be potentially hazardous, but it's only a concern for canning wort. If you're not growing yeast starters in ...

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How to make more beer than I can boil?
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I was just recently looked into this for our local club. From what I read, there were no negative effects from late extract additions. In fact, I found several articles specifically advising it. They ...

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Are pre-fab kegerators modifiable?
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Yes. The top cap of the tower is removable (at least on every tower I've ever seen). There is a piece that replaces the cap and adds a few inches to the tower's height. The result is your original ...

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Aggressive foam from Keg
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In addition to the comments regarding pressure (which I agree is the most likely cause; Even if you've turned down the pressure, the actual pressure in the keg won't go down until it's released ...

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Measuring Cup for Batch Sparging?
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One of my favorite recent purchases was a large heat-tolerant gallon pitcher like this one at Amazon. Marked at 1/8 gallon (1/2 qt) for measuring and useful for vorlaufing, too.

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Is There A Way To Get Root Beer Taste/Smell Out Of Kegging Equipment?
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I'd suggest marking the root-beer smelling lines as your soda equipment and get new "beer-only" lines. You might be able to get the smell out of the plastic with enough heat and time, but they're ...

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