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  1. #1641

    Since starting brewing.. All commercial stuff tastes horrible to me. Even my once favourite Windhoek Draught is terrible in comparison.

  2. #1642
    Quote Originally Posted by AlexBrew View Post
    Neither .. had one, tasted like Castle Lager. Last one I had.
    Same as the Devlis Peak "Brewers Lager" what a load of poop that is, overprices SAB equivalent.

    There is one SAB beer I really like and since I have been brewing its the only one I drink after a squash match at the club... Milk Stout!
    If you havent had one for a while, its actually a really good beer.

  3. #1643
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket-Boy View Post
    Same as the Devlis Peak "Brewers Lager" what a load of poop that is, overprices SAB equivalent.

    There is one SAB beer I really like and since I have been brewing its the only one I drink after a squash match at the club... Milk Stout!
    If you havent had one for a while, its actually a really good beer.
    100% I know Dewald says it gives him gout but I enjoy a good SAB milk or choclate stout, that shits good man.

  4. #1644
    Senior Member JIGSAW's Avatar
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    My go-to beer when the Kegs are empty ....

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    The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!


  5. #1645
    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    My go-to beer when the Kegs are empty ....

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    Will check it out..

  6. #1646
    Fire extinguisher cylinder expiry date. How does that work? Do you replace them every xx years?

    I can get a 2kg that has been standing a long time. Can it work? What will I need to do to get it ready for a kegging setup?

    EDIT: From a google (not local)

    "Pressurized water, carbon dioxide, and wet chemical extinguishers have a minimum service life of 5 years. After these respective time periods, to continue using a fire extinguisher, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires that the extinguisher be subjected to service"

    So does that mean all I need to do is get it serviced?
    Last edited by BruHaha; 24th May 2021 at 08:32.

  7. #1647
    Quote Originally Posted by BruHaha View Post
    Fire extinguisher cylinder expiry date. How does that work? Do you replace them every xx years?

    I can get a 2kg that has been standing a long time. Can it work? What will I need to do to get it ready for a kegging setup?

    EDIT: From a google (not local)

    "Pressurized water, carbon dioxide, and wet chemical extinguishers have a minimum service life of 5 years. After these respective time periods, to continue using a fire extinguisher, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires that the extinguisher be subjected to service"

    So does that mean all I need to do is get it serviced?
    Correct, the expiry date is for the functioning of the fire extinguisher as exactly that, a fire extinguisher.

    It depends on what you are paying for it, because you will have to replace the valve with a turn knob valve, take it to East Rand Fire in Kempton Park, they will refill, fit the valve, do a leak test, replace whatever needs replacing...

  8. #1648
    Quote Originally Posted by Dewald Posthumus View Post
    Correct, the expiry date is for the functioning of the fire extinguisher as exactly that, a fire extinguisher.

    It depends on what you are paying for it, because you will have to replace the valve with a turn knob valve, take it to East Rand Fire in Kempton Park, they will refill, fit the valve, do a leak test, replace whatever needs replacing...

    150 bucks.. Guess it's worth a gamble if it fails the test?

  9. #1649
    Absolutely, they retails for over a R1000.

    Best is, phone East Rand Fire and ask them how much to replace the valve for beer dispensing valve and go from there, they charge R70 odd for a refill and check/service. There should also be someone closer to JHB North who can assist..

  10. #1650
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    A turn valve costs around R400. You can get a refill and the turn valve installed, and diptube removed for that same money at East Rand Fire. R150 for a CO2 cylinder I'll take any day of the week. If you don't take it, I will. They cost like R850 for the CHEAPEST ones out there.

    As a PS: I paid R400 for mine, full, with a turn valve installed. There are some pretty wicked bargains out there.

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