Dropping the weeks of bottle conditioning off the time required to produce a beer looks pretty good when you start brewing every other weekend or so.
But kegging isn’t something you can just jump into with ease, as we have learned. There’s a lot of equipment to buy to make sure you can fill and pressurize the kegs. So I turned to the Internet. Luckily for us, there’s plentyout there on kegging, sanitizing, and all the equipment you could ever want to find.
In prepping for our keg equipment purchase, these two videos from Brewing Daily helped get me on track. So if you’re thinking about kegging, give these a watch.