You know the feeling you get? That uneasy feeling? When you realize that your Homebrewing kegs are getting low? Well tonight it hit me. I opened the kegerator to adjust the serving pressure on my CO2 tank. I had to move a keg of Oktoberfest out of the way to reach the tank and realized how light the weight was. Uh oh…
Fitting end to October nonetheless. Is it “to style” to drink Oktoberfest in November? Anyway, I decided to pick up the IPA keg as well, just to test it out. Same story. Running low. Thankfully I’ve invested in enough equipment to have a homebrew pipeline! It is the bare minimum that you can call a pipeline. I own two 6.5 gallon primary and two 5 gallon secondary fermenters but have decided to avoid secondary fermentation to save some time and effort (and sanitizing). I have two fermenters in the chamber, nearly ready to load into the kegs! One American White and one Double IPA. On my last batch of homebrew I decided that I would hold a brewing session on the night that I tapped the new kegs and foresight has proven worthy.
Running low on tap means that racking to kegs is right around the corner. Get the dry hops ready! What are we brewing next? Have to keep the pipeline full. Have to avoid that familiar uneasy feeling. Keep your pipelines full, my friends.