Today I’m teaching you how to force carbonate (or keg) homebrew! I am showing you a single tap, picnic tap and a 4 tap keezer set up. There are some other options for kegging but you will find that most set ups are similar to these in this video. I normally carbonate my meads at 30 psi (but you should definitely check your keg for it’s psi requirement). I also have my serving pressure set somewhere between 5 – 8 psi generally! I hope you enjoy this video!

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