After a year of bottling, I’ve given up. I’ve had every bad thing happen that I can think of. What really frustrated me were the times that bottled beer failed to carbonate. That has happened 3 times at this point. After the third time I decided it was time to step in to kegging.
I’ve spent the last 2 months doing research and purchasing equipment when it was on sale. It’s not been an inexpensive journey. Kegging equipment costs more than you think. If you watch, you can find what you need at a discount.
The number one source I’ve found for locating deals is Home Brew Finds. They do a very good job or rounding up all of the deals that surface from Amazon, Austin Homebrew Supply, Adventures in Homebrewing and many others.
Below is a list of supplies from this video with the links to the stores where I purchased them.
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