Blackstone Valley Brewing Supplies also offers cornelius kegs, beer faucets, shanks, taps, tubing, regulators, distributors and all manner of small parts to create the draft system of your dreams. We will work with you to troubleshoot existing systems or even upgrade your home brewing setup. If you have questions either give us a call or bring the problematic parts in for some advice, after all nothing is worse than a foamy keg!
Approx. 54 12oz. bottles
Caps and a capper
3/4cup of priming sugar for every 5 gallons of beer.
- Sanitize everything that will come in contact with your brew before you begin.
- Transfer the beer, via a siphon, into your bottles or your bottling bucket.
- When transferring the beer make sure that:
- the siphon set is assembled properly (the flexible tubing should be attached to the curved end of the umbrella tipped racking tube.
- the umbrella tip is allowed to rest on the bottom of the fermenter.
- the flow of beer is directed to the bottom of the receiving bucket.
- splashing & agitating the beer is avoided, as this will create off flavors.
- take a hydrometer reading (The reading should register within .002 S.G. points of what the recipe predicted.)
- If transferring to a-
- Bottle: secure a bottle filler to the siphon hose, fill each bottle, then add 1/2tsp. of priming sugar to each 12oz. bottle (this is bottle priming).
- Bottling Bucket: boil the 3/4c. sugar in one cup of water. Pour this solution into the bottling bucket and transfer your beer into the bucket (this is bulk priming).
- Once the beer has been primed and bottled, secure each bottle with a cap and store in upright position at temperature the beer was fermented at. Within two weeks the beer should be sufficiently clarified and carbonated and ready to enjoy!