Kegging Beer

Many people find that they prefer kegging home-brewed beer to bottling because it’s easier and faster. Filtering your beer is easy when you’re using homebrew kegs, as well, and then you can bottle some directly from the keg using a counter-pressure bottle filler. You can get all of your kegging equipment at MoreBeer!, your one-stop shop for home brewing!

About Kegging:
  • In general, the kegs homebrewers use are not the large commercial type, but are actually old soda kegs often called "Corny" kegs (talk about recycling!).  
  • If you would like to filter your beer, a keg makes it very easy to do. You just use the pressure from your gas system to push the beer through the filter into another cleaned and sanitized keg.
  • Once the beer is kegged, you can easily bottle some off at any time using our Counter Pressure Bottle Filler.
  • If you are thinking about getting into kegging beer we have a great PDF on homebrew kegging, that explains the parts, carbonating, troubleshooting, etc.

Want to learn how to keg beer? Click here, to view our complete guide on how to clean, sanitize, fill, carbonate and serve your homebrew using a corny keg.