JohnSnowNW likes this. I use oxiclean after every keg kicks so ill just clean my keg as normal but run the oxiclean through the gun as well and let each hang out for an hour. I put the beer gun into a growler with a little star San in it between fills. I thought the beer gun was real easy to pick up. Just make sure you depressurize your keg first with the gas off. Then after hooking the gun up turn the gas back on to about psi.
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Tweet I quit bottling entire batches long ago. For social events, I took to using growlers. However, I still had an occasional need to bottle part of a batch to share with friends and family.
Enter the Blichmann Beer Gun. I bought my Beer Gun about 7 or 8 years ago when it was a fairly new product. It was the simplest, off the shelf solution for bottling directly from a keg, albeit a bit expensive, as with most Blichmann products.
The key to success is extremely low pressure in the beer keg. I purge all pressure from a fully carbonated keg, then slowly dial the regulator up until it barely registers pressure.
Any more than psi is a recipe for a foamy mess. Extremely low line pressure ensures that the beer arrives at the bottle in an overcarbonated state. Headspace coupled with a proper pour serves to balance the carbonation at serving time. If the stopper is accidentally disturbed during dispensing, there is no way to stop the flow of beer other than disconnecting the line from the keg.
While the Beer Gun is a handy bit of kit, it is overpriced. It works as advertised and offers plenty of convenience for the kegging-minded homebrewer.
How To Use The Blichmann Beer Gun Bottle Filler
Tweet I quit bottling entire batches long ago. For social events, I took to using growlers. However, I still had an occasional need to bottle part of a batch to share with friends and family. Enter the Blichmann Beer Gun. I bought my Beer Gun about 7 or 8 years ago when it was a fairly new product. It was the simplest, off the shelf solution for bottling directly from a keg, albeit a bit expensive, as with most Blichmann products.
Shipping was free from morebeer. Note, the above list does not include purchase of the Blichmann beer gun accessory kit. The above parts replace that kit. Installation: 1. I used sharpened scissors to cut the gas line.
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I bought the basic kid that comes with the filter, beer line, and cleaning brush. I opted not to get the accessory kit; instead I picked up the rest of what I would need separately. Once it is all put together, in order to fill put the gun all the way down a chilled bottle, then squeeze to clear the head space, tilt the bottle and squeeze the trigger quickly. Then tilt the bottle upward as you fill, let the foam flow out the top and stop quickly. Approximate times in the video are noted for reference. Never got around to using it, thought I would be doing some bottling and I have not used it yet.
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