can you take off of nitro and co2 carb, then bottle

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can you take off of nitro and co2 carb, then bottle

Postby tomaszek@ummhc.org » Thu Mar 09, 2017 6:26 pm

So I have a great cherry chocolate stout that I have kegged and on nitrogen and a stout facuet. I was thinking about entering it in a local homebrew competition. So I was thinking could i take off the N2 gas and force carb the stout with CO2 and then bottle it?

Or could maybe put a coopers drop a, a few grains of S-05 in a bottle and then fill it up still hooked up to the N2? It would naturally carb, no?

Maybe it's not worth it, but thought i'd ask if anyone has done such a method. I searched for homemade widgets but found nothing on that either.

thanks
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Re: can you take off of nitro and co2 carb, then bottle

Postby Brewtime » Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:45 am

I think if you bleed off the keg and then force carb you should be fine as most beer gas mixture is a CO2/N2 mixture
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