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I.....LOVE....English beer. LOVE IT.... Boddington's is one of my favorites. Sam Smith, Fuller's, Tetley's, Young's....all awesome. New Castle, Bass are solid...but too popular. I've been to London a couple of times and I can't get enough of "their" beer.

I have a Boddington's tap handle on my kegerator....and English beer is one of the reasons why I nitro/beer gas available along with two stout taps. I'll take an an ale, dump most of the CO2, and put it on nitro just so I can enjoy to smooth texture.

Most over-rated stout? Guinness.... I've never had it on tap in Ireland...but I've had it on tap in Scotland (where it did taste a lot better....and where they have two taps...normal....and "cold"...for us silly Americans....I went with normal....and "borrowed" the pint glass). I sometimes get the nitro cans of Guinness at Costco because I love dark stouts....but Guinness isn't the best tasting IMO.....just the most popular.

I prefer the taste of Murphy's Irish stout (nitro can) over Guinness......and one I really love is no longer available in the states....Beamish Irish stout.



I just finished running some Star San through one of my lines and tap. Gotta prep for for the 1/2bbl (15.5 gallons) I'll be picking up sometime in the next 12 hours.
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ALL beer increases in flavor and intensity during football season. Smithwicks is great. Sam Adams is always a good bet. Love their summer ale and Ocktoberfest beers. Redhook brewery is not too far from me. Haven't tried Fat Tire. I'll put that on my bucket list (Beers that I need a bucket of). Maybe I can find it next time I'm in the the NYC area.
I totally forgot about Sams Oktoberfest. Hands down my favorite.

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I love Grittys from up in your neck of the woods. My wife and I buy it by the case in Freeport on the way home from camping at Hermit Island in Maine each year. For some reason a few hundred miles away we can't get it. Alike the Grittys lobster ale and Vacationland.
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I have a beer question. In order to have my own keg set up in house what do I need? So far I know a keg probably a skinny soda style and some kind of co2 set up. What do you guys have and please post some pics. I have a beer fridge already in my garage. I will have to post that later.
Thanks and the pics should be fun.
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I have a beer question. In order to have my own keg set up in house what do I need? So far I know a keg probably a skinny soda style and some kind of co2 set up. What do you guys have and please post some pics. I have a beer fridge already in my garage. I will have to post that later.
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You can buy a keg kit online that will give you the lines and tap to put on top of the fridge.
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I have a beer question. In order to have my own keg set up in house what do I need? So far I know a keg probably a skinny soda style and some kind of co2 set up. What do you guys have and please post some pics. I have a beer fridge already in my garage. I will have to post that later.
Thanks and the pics should be fun.
ahhhh....another unforeseen, awesome twist to this thread. I want a keg too
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ahhhh....another unforeseen, awesome twist to this thread.
^^^ What he said.

I haven't visited this thread lately, only to come back now and see the discussion has shifted to kegerators. Incredible!
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^^^ What he said.

I haven't visited this thread lately, only to come back now and see the discussion has shifted to kegerators. Incredible!
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ahhhh....another unforeseen, awesome twist to this thread. I want a keg too
A...Keg. A...keg....in...my...house. Why am I just thinking of this now?!?! TF hinged tire carrier goes on hold for a few more weeks while I work on my new project.
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My house has two kegs! My dad and I built an irish pub in our basement!!!!
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I have a beer question. In order to have my own keg set up in house what do I need? So far I know a keg probably a skinny soda style and some kind of co2 set up. What do you guys have and please post some pics. I have a beer fridge already in my garage. I will have to post that later.
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Kits are pretty cheap if you already have a fridge.

You need CO2, a regulator, a tap, a faucet, hose, and cleaning supplies.

You mentioned a skinny soda keg...also known as a Corny (Cornelius keg).

But that is just on the keg side. There are a few more items needed if you want to brew your own beer.

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I have three 5 gallon ball lock cornys, and one 3 gallon ball lock corny keg. Walter Payton's Roundhouse used to clean and fill 5 gallon corny kegs for $35....that is what prompted me to build a kegerator....too bad they are now gone. So now, if I order a commercial (sanke) keg that has to be returned in a few days, I transfer the beer from my their keg to my own kegs.

On this set-up, I have two Perlick SS faucets and two Stout faucets for nitro brew. I also have a a double regulator with parts available so I can turn it into two separate regulators...which each one having two outputs. That way I can operate two beers on nitro and two beers on CO2 at the same time. Or operate two beers on the same gas but at different pressure at the same time. I have couplers/taps for about 4 different types of kegs....so I'm pretty well covered.

I also have some equipment (portable CO2 shooter, picnic tap, cooler on wheels) so that I can fill up my 3 gallon keg, and take beer with me...on tap. The best thing about having corny kegs and CO2 is that when I take beer with me, whatever don't finish can go back into my regular keg. Being that outside air never touches it, as long as it stays cold, the beer is good. You can keep a keg of beer for a couple of months when on CO2. Most of the time, I use my 3 gallon keg as a cleaning keg. I keep some Star San or BLC in it, and I run it through the lines for an easy clean. Best investment I've made. I never have to dismantle the lines unless I really want to.
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How about some old fashion MOONSHINE?
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This will really warm your Belly up!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I.....LOVE....English beer. LOVE IT.... Boddington's is one of my favorites. Sam Smith, Fuller's, Tetley's, Young's....all awesome. New Castle, Bass are solid...but too popular. I've been to London a couple of times and I can't get enough of "their" beer.

I have a Boddington's tap handle on my kegerator....and English beer is one of the reasons why I nitro/beer gas available along with two stout taps. I'll take an an ale, dump most of the CO2, and put it on nitro just so I can enjoy to smooth texture.

Most over-rated stout? Guinness.... I've never had it on tap in Ireland...but I've had it on tap in Scotland (where it did taste a lot better....and where they have two taps...normal....and "cold"...for us silly Americans....I went with normal....and "borrowed" the pint glass). I sometimes get the nitro cans of Guinness at Costco because I love dark stouts....but Guinness isn't the best tasting IMO.....just the most popular.

I prefer the taste of Murphy's Irish stout (nitro can) over Guinness......and one I really love is no longer available in the states....Beamish Irish stout.

I just finished running some Star San through one of my lines and tap. Gotta prep for for the 1/2bbl (15.5 gallons) I'll be picking up sometime in the next 12 hours.
So I looked up Murphy's sellers in my are and what do you know? There's a beer distributer just a few miles from me that I was unaware of! I was like a kid in a candy store!
Murphy's is excellent!

I also picked up some others: Boddingtons, Fullers ESB, Allagash White and Old Leg Humper.

Got that last one because I liked the name. ;-)
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Nice thanks for sharing the good keg shots. I guess I will be talking to the local beer making shop in order to get my supplies.
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So I looked up Murphy's sellers in my are and what do you know? There's a beer distributer just a few miles from me that I was unaware of! I was like a kid in a candy store!
Murphy's is excellent!

I also picked up some others: Boddingtons, Fullers ESB, Allagash White and Old Leg Humper.

Got that last one because I liked the name. ;-)
Nice! I hope you enjoy them! If you like Old Leg Humper, don't forget to try some Dirty Dick!

I really like Murphy's.....it is sweeter than Guinness.

I probably like Boddington's more than I should....but the story behind it makes me love it. It was my first trip overseas....I was heading to Scotland on Virgin Atlantic...on one of the flights that left O'Hare at midnight. Drinks were free, me and this other girl were sitting next to this British chap that the stewardess "fancied". He introduced us to Boddington's in the "quite handsome tin, wouldn't you say?" (with that cool British accent). Being that stewardess fancied him, she never cut us off. We drank the entire 8 hour flight from Chicago to London. I stumbled through Heathrow at 8:30 in the morning HAMMERED. I have no idea how I manged to catch my connecting flight to Edinburgh because I literally passed out and woke up just in time to board. (By the way, Edinburgh ROCKS!)

I've taken a few more trips to London, and just love sitting in a pub, drinking a pint, and just people watching (and listening).

"A pint of the bitter guv'na......cheers..."
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Nice! I hope you enjoy them! If you like Old Leg Humper, don't forget to try some Dirty Dick!

I really like Murphy's.....it is sweeter than Guinness.

I probably like Boddington's more than I should....but the story behind it makes me love it. It was my first trip overseas....I was heading to Scotland on Virgin Atlantic...on one of the flights that left O'Hare at midnight. Drinks were free, me and this other girl were sitting next to this British chap that the stewardess "fancied". He introduced us to Boddington's in the "quite handsome tin, wouldn't you say?" (with that cool British accent). Being that stewardess fancied him, she never cut us off. We drank the entire 8 hour flight from Chicago to London. I stumbled through Heathrow at 8:30 in the morning HAMMERED. I have no idea how I manged to catch my connecting flight to Edinburgh because I literally passed out and woke up just in time to board. (By the way, Edinburgh ROCKS!)

I've taken a few more trips to London, and just love sitting in a pub, drinking a pint, and just people watching (and listening).

"A pint of the bitter guv'na......cheers..."
I hear ya. I haven't been to London, But love sitting in the pubs around Dublin and having a pint (or 4).
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I've taken a few more trips to London, and just love sitting in a pub, drinking a pint, and just people watching (and listening).
London pubs are fun! Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese down by Fleet Street in the banking district has great food, and cool building! And I always love a good pub's Sunday lunch.

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I hear ya. I haven't been to London, But love sitting in the pubs around Dublin and having a pint (or 4).
Now Ireland is a COMPLETELY different story! Oliver St. John Gogarty's is so much fun! Starting point for the Dublin pub crawl, watching all the people coming in for that. Great food, good trad music, great Guiness and cider. The Abbey Tavern in Cork, great for a nice refreshing pint after exploring the abbey across the road. And the Danny Mann in Kerry, with their Clancy Brothers Tribute show was fantastic! Ireland is just an amazing place! I can't wait to go back again! (I wouldn't be a little biased here being half Irish, would I? )
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Now Ireland is a COMPLETELY different story! Oliver St. John Gogarty's is so much fun! Starting point for the Dublin pub crawl, watching all the people coming in for that. Great food, good trad music, great Guiness and cider. The Abbey Tavern in Cork, great for a nice refreshing pint after exploring the abbey across the road. And the Danny Mann in Kerry, with their Clancy Brothers Tribute show was fantastic! Ireland is just an amazing place! I can't wait to go back again! (I wouldn't be a little biased here being half Irish, would I? )
Yes, the Dublin pub crawl is the best! I'm about 90% irish so I can't be considered unbiased. I was there for St. Patrick's day a few years back. It was incredible - a week-long celebration.
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So I looked up Murphy's sellers in my are and what do you know? There's a beer distributer just a few miles from me that I was unaware of! I was like a kid in a candy store!
Murphy's is excellent!

I also picked up some others: Boddingtons, Fullers ESB, Allagash White and Old Leg Humper.

Got that last one because I liked the name. ;-)
Well, after sampling all these I have to say the Murphy's and Leg Humper really stood out. If you like Stouts and dark Porters and can get your hands on these I'd bet you'd like them. Fullers ESB is always a good choice. Boddingtons wasn't bad at all. Didn't like the Allagash white, though I will try their black next time.
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