The Wiz keeps his cool in an answer about freezing tap lines.
If your hydrometer can’t measure a batch of high-gravity brew, should you get a refractometer? Can you fill bottles from a keg? The Wizard answers all. Plus: The essential components for a small (but practical) home brewery.
Make a gauge to measure low pressures and a handy hanger for dry hopping in the keg.
There's something great about draft beer. Maybe it's the satisfaction of pulling a tap and filling your glass, or maybe it's the way a keg filled with homebrew says "I'm serious about beer!" Either way, at some point most hobbyists start thinking about buying a draft system and kegging their brew. Here's how to do it. Plus: a quick look at "mini-kegs" like the Party Pig and Tap-A-Draft.