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Digital Pressure Gauge – $15.10 w/coupon + Spunding Valve Build

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4'' NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4” NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Measuring Media: Gas
  • Weight: 115g
  • Product size: diameter 76 * 32 cm (with rubber protector), 64*27mm (without rubber protector)
  • Sensor Type: Silicon Semiconductor Sensor
  • Accuracy: ± 1% .F.S @ 20 degrees centigrade
  • Resolution: 0.1 PSI
  • Pressure range: 0 ~ 60 PSI
  • Display: LCD readout, Auto shut off, Green light background, Battery status in the display.
  • Backlight Off Time: 30s
  • Auto off Time: 150s
  • Gear Shape Rubber Protector
  • Rubber Material: PVC
  • Pressure limit: 1.5 times of the full scale work pressure
  • Operating temperature: 0 ~ 45 degrees centigrade
  • Storage Temperature: -10 ~ 75 degrees centigrade
  • Instrument power supply: DC3V (2*1.5V AAA battery powered) (included)

A possible homebrew application for this is to use it as part of a Spunding Valve Build.   A Spunding Valve allows you to ferment under pressure, naturally and precisely carbonate in the keg, fix over-carbonated beers and lots more. See: [Build a Spunding Valve].

11/10/18 4 PM Central: This is selling for $15.89.  Click on “save an extra 5%” and the price drops to $15.10. Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying order. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. Also: Recent Amazon Finds and Amazon Fillers Resource Page

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4” NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi


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Ferroday 0.5 Micron Stainless Diffusion Stone & Silicone Tubing – $11.42 + free shipping, w/coupon

Ferroday 0.5 Micron Diffusion Stone Stainless Steel Aeration Stone Carbonating Stone with 1/4" Barb & 20" Silicon Hose for Homebrew Wine Beer Soda (Stone0.5)

Ferroday 0.5 Micron Diffusion Stone Stainless Steel Aeration Stone Carbonating Stone with 1/4″ Barb & 20″ Silicon Hose for Homebrew Wine Beer Soda (Stone0.5)


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • The Whole 0.5 micron diffusion stone is made of 304 Stainless Steel,which let our 0.5 micron aeration stone is anti-corrosion & high temperature resistant & Durable.20inch Tube is made of food grade Silicon
  • Compared with 2 micron,0.5 diffusion stone will produce smaller & fine bubbles which make the O2 or CO2 is faster to combine with liquid.Let your draft beer & soda & drinks & coffee is more delicate/ exquisite/fresh
  • 0.5 Microns aeration stone is best for oxygenation & carbonation. You can use it to oxygenate wort and carbonate beer/soda prior to fermentation.Works great for Nitrogenating Cold Brew Coffee as well
  • Attaching the aeration stone barb to a 1/4″ ID hose, and then the other side hose can attached to the “in” or “gas side” post or connect it on the CO2 regulator. The beer stone work at lower pressures (about 3-5PSI)

Possible homebrewing uses include – carbonating, oxygenating and aerating.

11/8/18 12 AM Central: This combo is selling for $12.69.  Click on “Save an extra 10% when you apply this coupon” and the price drops to $11.42. Shipping is also free to many US addresses. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Ferroday 0.5 Micron Diffusion Stone Stainless Steel Aeration Stone Carbonating Stone with 1/4″ Barb & 20″ Silicon Hose for Homebrew Wine Beer Soda (Stone0.5)


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Updated & Expanded – Build a Spunding Valve! – How and Why

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A Spunding Valve allows you to maintain a set pressure.  If pressure in the vessel exceeds the set point, it is expelled.  It generally consists of an adjustable PRV valve, a tee, a gauge and a way to connect to your keg.

Homebrewing Applications of a Spunding Valve

  1. Pressurized fermentation.  Ferment in a 5 or 10 gallon corny keg and use your Spunding Valve instead of an airlock.  This allows you to ferment at your desired pressure.
  2. Dry hop under pressure.  This allows you to dry hop earlier while reducing oxygenation.  Active yeast are more likely to metabolize oxygen that’s introduced during dry hopping during active fermentation.  Since CO2 is not exiting beer as vigorously under pressure, wanted compounds, flavors and aromas are more likely to stay in your beer under pressure.
  3. Naturally and accurately carbonate beer right in the keg.
  4. An airlock replacement.  Keep the valve wide open for non-pressurized fermentations.  Only do this if you have plenty of head space.  This wouldn’t make a great blow off tube.
  5. Keg to keg transfers.  Use the Spunding Valve to allow excess gas to exit the receiving keg as you transfer under pressure.  Helps you achieve a slow, controlled and pressurized transfer.
  6. Fix over-carbonated beers.
  7. Test for keg leaks.  Pressurize your keg to serving pressure.  Put the Spunding Valve on (with the pressure set well above your serving PSI) and note the reading.  The gauge should remain steady.  If pressure drops, you know you have a keg leak.  The digital build, see below, is especially helpful for this task,  The digital gauge reads with .1 PSI resolution making pressure changes easy to spot.  It’s worth noting that this checks the entire keg including gas body o-ring.  That spot is hard to check and other way as it’s only in function when the gas QD is on.  When the gas QD is on… it’s difficult to spray and check for bubbles underneath the gas QD.  Thanks to Scott Janish for this tip!
  8. As an airlock for long term aging of beers.  Airlocks can run dry over time.  A Spunding Valve will not.

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Ferroday Carbonation Keg Lid + Diffusion Air Stone & Tubing – $27.54 + free shipping, w/coupon

Ferroday Carbonation Keg Lid, Stainless Steel Carbonation lid With 2 Micron Diffusion Air Stone & 19.68 Inch Hose

Ferroday Carbonation Keg Lid, Stainless Steel Carbonation lid With 2 Micron Diffusion Air Stone & 19.68 Inch Hose


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Food Grade Material: Carbonation keg lid & 2 micron diffusion stone is made of 304 stainless steel.The pressure release valve is stainless steel & plastic. 19.68 inches tube is made of food grade silicone
  • Fit For All Kinds Of Keg: This carbonation lid can use for beer keg that require the standard oval lid (cornelius keg,corny keg,soda keg,pepsi keg,coca cola keg and so on). Replace your old bent,dented,or leaking lids
  • A Removable Gas Ball Lock Post: Our carbonation keg lid has a gas connection post which can attach to ball lock disconnect.Can inject C02 into your beer keg by this ball lock post
  • Automatic Pressure Release Valve: The pressure relief valve will automatically open up at 70 psi. The carbonation lid maximum bear pressure is 130 PSI (900 kPa)

10/31/18 8 PM Central: This is selling for $28.99.  Click on “Save an extra 5% when you apply this coupon” and the price drops to $27.54.  Shipping is also free to many US addresses. For some pricing clarity, compare to this from MoreBeer – that is similar but not identical.  Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Ferroday Carbonation Keg Lid, Stainless Steel Carbonation lid With 2 Micron Diffusion Air Stone & 19.68 Inch Hose


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Ready Made Spunding Valve – $33.54 at CRAFT’R + Huh… What is a Spunding Valve?

Spunding Valve - Ball Lock

Spunding Valve – Ball Lock via CRAFT’R

A Spunding Valve allows you to maintain a set pressure.  If pressure in the vessel exceeds the set point, it is expelled.  It generally consists of an adjustable PRV valve, a tee, a gauge and a way to connect to your keg.

A Spunding Valve has lots of applications…

Spunding Valve Uses
  1. Pressurized fermentation.  Ferment in a 5 or 10 gallon corny keg and use your Spunding Valve instead of an airlock.  This allows you to ferment at your desired pressure.
  2. Dry hop under pressure.  This allows you to dry hop earlier while reducing oxygenation.  Active yeast are more likely to metabolize oxygen that’s introduced during dry hopping during active fermentation.  Since CO2 is not exiting beer as vigorously under pressure, wanted compounds, flavors and aromas are more likely to stay in your beer under pressure.
  3. Naturally and accurately carbonate beer right in the keg.
  4. An airlock replacement.  Keep the valve wide open for non-pressurized fermentations.  Only do this if you have plenty of head space.  This wouldn’t make a great blow off tube.
  5. Keg to keg transfers.  Use the Spunding Valve to allow excess gas to exit the receiving keg as you transfer under pressure.  Helps you achieve a slow, controlled and pressurized transfer.
  6. Fix over-carbonated beers.  Use the same general process as for carbonation (skipping the addition of fermentable sugar).  Use a carbonation chart to determine proper pressure for the temperature the keg is at.  The Spunding Valve allows excess pressure to vent until the new carbonation level is achieved.  You can agitate the keg to fix carbonation more quickly.
  7. Test for keg leaks.  Pressurize your keg to serving pressure.  Put the Spunding Valve on (with the pressure set well above your serving PSI) and note the reading.  The gauge should remain steady.  If pressure drops, you know you have a keg leak.  It’s worth noting that this checks the entire keg including gas body o-ring.  That spot is hard to check and other way as it’s only in function when the gas QD is on.  When the gas QD is on… it’s difficult to spray and check for bubbles underneath the gas QD.  Thanks to Scott Janish for this tip!
  8. As an airlock for long term aging of beers.  Airlocks can run dry over time.  A Spunding Valve will not.

Lots more about Spunding Valves on our Spunding Valve Build Resource Post

 

As of this posting, CRAFT’R has this on sale for $33.54.  No coupon code is required.  Shipping is also free to addresses in the lower 48 states with a $39 order.  Add on a couple packs of yeast to qualify for free shipping.  Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the product page for current price, description and availability

Spunding Valve – Ball Lock

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The CarbSquatch Forced Carbonation Accelerator – on sale at MoreBeer

CarbSquatch Carbonation Accelerator

The CarbSquatch Carbonation Accelerator from MoreBeer

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

Accurately carbonate your beer in just 24 hours with the CarbSquatch! Easily attaches to the outisde of your homebrew keg with the included mounting band. No need to crank up your regulator to 30 psi or waste time shaking and rolling your keg to speed up force carbonation!

CarbSquatch uses the laws of physics to accelerate the carbonation process – simple and easy.

Henry’s Law tells us that at a given pressure and temperature we will have a known amount of CO2 in the beer, when it reaches equilibrium. Reducing the time it takes to accurately carbonate our beer is what every brewer wants, and that’s where Fick’s Law comes in.

We can try and carbonate more quickly using high pressure tricks, but this leads to over or under carbonated beer, and quite possibly more equipment to clean. We really don’t need anything more to clean in our brewing process…

The easiest and most effective method of accelerating the carbonation process is by simply increasing the surface area of the beer exposed to CO2 – Fick’s Law helps explain this for us. Transfer of CO2 into the beer happens only where it makes contact with the beer. In a passive force carbonation process CO2 enters the beer only through the flat beer surface in the headspace of the keg. That’s a small surface area over which the entire CO2 load for the keg must move into solution in the beer.

This is why a keg takes about 3 weeks to fully carbonate in a ‘normal’ process; actual time as measured with our high precision CO2 flow monitors. It takes much longer than most people think.

CarbSquatch has an internal eccentric weight which operates at a specific mass and frequency to create the right wave motion in the keg which significantly increases the surface area of the beer exposed to CO2. Exposing more beer to more CO2 dramatically accelerates the carbonation process, with no foaming or beer abuse. And, since you’re using the correct pressure (and temperature) according to Henry’s Law, you know you’ll have perfectly carbonated beer. With no cleaning. In 24 hours. Simple.

Care and Use
Use the included mounting band to attach CarbSquatch to the keg. It’s intended to be a tight fit, to hold Squatch in place during the carbonation process.

CarbSquatch should be attached to the keg so the top of the back mounting surface is even with the top ring of the keg (a few inches higher than how it’s shown in the photos) or near the surface of the beer if your keg isn’t entirely full. This placement creates the correct wave motion of the beer inside the keg; placing it lower on the keg will result in less desirable surface area generation.

Set your regulator to your desired pressure + 1 PSI and attach the CO2 line to the ‘out’ port on the keg – this is important. The added 1 PSI accounts for the hydrostatic pressure of the beer in the keg over the diptube. Injecting the CO2 through the diptube creates a stirring action in the keg further increasing overall beer exposure to the CO2 in the headspace of the keg.

After 24 hours, you’re finished. Reduce your PSI to the desired setpoint and attach the CO2 line to the normal ‘gas in’ port. Easy, perfectly carbonated beer. Cheers to your new favorite brew buddy!

Notes on Henry’s Law & Carbonation

  • The main components of carbonation for us are pressure, temperature, and surface area. Most people focus on pressure; we’ve talked about surface area, but temperature is just as important and generally does not receive the focus it needs.
  • Your beer must be fully chilled for you to accurately carbonate in a specific period of time and achieve repeatable results, no matter what process you may use. It takes much longer than you may think for a full keg of beer to chill completely to a specific temperature – test your system to know how long this is.
  • Since carbonation is also dependent on temperature, if you start any kind of carbonation process before your beer is fully chilled, you will not get the results you expect or want in the time you believe it will take. It’s the law.
  • Check carefully for CO2 leaks. There is nothing worse than having flat beer when you were looking forward to a great homebrew, all because of a tiny CO2 leak somewhere.

 

As of this posting, MoreBeer has this on sale for just $79.99. That’s a $10 savings. Shipping is free with a qualifying $59 order to many US addresses. Price, promotions and availability can change quickly.  Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page.  Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

CarbSquatch – Force Carbonation Accelerator KEG585

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Pin Lock Users: A Ready Made Spunding Valve for You for $33.99 + free shipping

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

A Spunding Valve has lots of applications…

Spunding Valve Uses
  1. Pressurized fermentation.  Ferment in a 5 or 10 gallon corny keg and use your Spunding Valve instead of an airlock.  This allows you to ferment at your desired pressure.
  2. Dry hop under pressure.  This allows you to dry hop earlier while reducing oxygenation.  Active yeast are more likely to metabolize oxygen that’s introduced during dry hopping during active fermentation.  Since CO2 is not exiting beer as vigorously under pressure, wanted compounds, flavors and aromas are more likely to stay in your beer under pressure.
  3. Naturally and accurately carbonate beer right in the keg.
  4. An airlock replacement.  Keep the valve wide open for non-pressurized fermentations.  Only do this if you have plenty of head space.  This wouldn’t make a great blow off tube.
  5. Keg to keg transfers.  Use the Spunding Valve to allow excess gas to exit the receiving keg as you transfer under pressure.  Helps you achieve a slow, controlled and pressurized transfer.
  6. Fix over-carbonated beers.  Use the same general process as for carbonation (skipping the addition of fermentable sugar).  Use a carbonation chart to determine proper pressure for the temperature the keg is at.  The Spunding Valve allows excess pressure to vent until the new carbonation level is achieved.  You can agitate the keg to fix carbonation more quickly.
  7. Test for keg leaks.  Pressurize your keg to serving pressure.  Put the Spunding Valve on (with the pressure set well above your serving PSI) and note the reading.  The gauge should remain steady.  If pressure drops, you know you have a keg leak.  It’s worth noting that this checks the entire keg including gas body o-ring.  That spot is hard to check and other way as it’s only in function when the gas QD is on.  When the gas QD is on… it’s difficult to spray and check for bubbles underneath the gas QD.  Thanks to Scott Janish for this tip!
  8. As an airlock for long term aging of beers.  Airlocks can run dry over time.  A Spunding Valve will not.

 

Lots more about Spunding Valves on our Spunding Valve Build Resource Post


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

These are purpose built high quality valves by BrewMaster. Not just hardware store pieces like the competitors.

Two functions in one great piece of hardware!

The Pin Lock QD Adjustable Pressure Valve W/Gauge relieves pressure while filtering from one keg to another. At the same time it gives you the ability to read the pressure in the receiving keg. And Ferment under desired pressure!

  1. Gauge reads 0~15 PSI.
  2. The farthest end away from the Pin lock disconnect is how you adjust the pressure.
  3. Simply turn the ap on way of the other until the desired pressure is maintained.
  4. You can also naturally carbonate your beer in a keg without have to worry about oer carbonating.
  5. This Ball Lock Adjustable Pressure valve with gauge allows you to relieve pressure while filtering your beer from one keg to another a lowing a closed system.

As if this posting, this is eBay offering is selling for just $33.99. Shipping is also free to many US addresses.  Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit the product page. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Pin Lock Adjustable Pressure Relief Valve w Gauge 15psi Spunding

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Digital Pressure Gauge + Spunding Valve Build

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4'' NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4” NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Measuring Media: Gas
  • Weight: 115g
  • Product size: diameter 76 * 32 cm (with rubber protector), 64*27mm (without rubber protector)
  • Sensor Type: Silicon Semiconductor Sensor
  • Accuracy: ± 1% .F.S @ 20 degrees centigrade
  • Resolution: 0.1 PSI
  • Pressure range: 0 ~ 60 PSI
  • Display: LCD readout, Auto shut off, Green light background, Battery status in the display.
  • Backlight Off Time: 30s
  • Auto off Time: 150s
  • Gear Shape Rubber Protector
  • Rubber Material: PVC
  • Pressure limit: 1.5 times of the full scale work pressure
  • Operating temperature: 0 ~ 45 degrees centigrade
  • Storage Temperature: -10 ~ 75 degrees centigrade
  • Instrument power supply: DC3V (2*1.5V AAA battery powered) (included)

A possible homebrew application for this is to use it as part of a Spunding Valve Build.   A Spunding Valve allows you to ferment under pressure, naturally and precisely carbonate in the keg, fix over-carbonated beers and lots more. See: [Build a Spunding Valve].

Digital Low Pressure Gauge with 1/4” NPT Bottom Connector and Rubber Protector by Uharbour, 0-60 psi, Accuracy 1%, Resolution 0.1psi


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250 x Brewer’s Best Conditioning Carbonating Tablets – $6.91

Brewer's Best Conditioning Tablets 250 Count

Brewer’s Best Conditioning Tablets 250 Count (approximate)


  • Brewer’s best conditioning tablets
  • Add 3 to 5 tablets per 12 oz bottle
  • 250 count

This unique priming sugar is in tablet format and is made from dextrose, dry malt extract, and heading powder. To use, add 3 to 5 tablets per 12 oz. bottle depending on desired carbonation level, and condition for 1 week. Each 4.5 ounce pack contains approximately 250 tablets.


These take the place of traditional priming sugar.  Carbonation tabs are also handy if you keg, but still want to naturally carbonate a few bottled beers.  In that scenario, you would keg the majority of your beer and bottle portion of the batch adding these to each bottle so that you can skip a bottling bucket and traditional priming sugar.

10/1/18 1 PM Central: These are selling for $6.91. Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying order. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Brewer’s Best Conditioning Tablets 250 Count


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Stainless Carbonation Cap AND 2 x Spare O-Ring – $9.99 + Draft Line Cleaning Builds

Hombrew soft drink PET Bottle Filling Stainless Steel Carbonation / Line Cleaning


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Hombrew soft drink PET Bottle Filling Stainless Steel Carbonation / Line Cleaning Cap
  • Home Brewing Accessories
  • Stainless Steel Carbonation Cap
  • Line Cleaning Cap w/ 5/16″ Barb/ Drop with two free O-ring
  • Beer Brewing Pot Accessories

PET Bottles as Growlers: These are generally intended to convert 1L and 2L bottles to growlers.  Fill up a 1L or 2L PET bottle with your favorite homebrew.  Put one of these on (purge the headspace by squeezing if you want to) and then pressurize for transport.  This should help to reduce oxygen pickup and maintain carbonation levels.

Fine tune or rapidly carbonate beer: You can also use this cap to rapidly carbonate beer.  Same process as for transport, just set your regulator to the proper pressure and shake or agitate the PET bottle to help introduce CO2.  Or hook it up to CO2 and let it sit in you kegerator.

I use a similar carbonation cap (different model, manufacturer and potentially different specs) in two line cleaning builds – Build A Recirculating Draft Line Cleaning Pump | Mark II Keg and Carboy Cleaner Draft Line Cleaning Pump Conversion – Note: as of this posting, the description doesn’t specifically say this particular model works with both gas and liquid QDs, It does talk about line cleaning.  Check the product page for current description.

10/13/18 9 PM Central: This combo is selling for $9.99.  That’s just $1 shy of the best historical third party Amazon price I found. Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying order. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. Also: Recent Amazon Finds and Amazon Fillers Resource Page

Hombrew soft drink PET Bottle Filling Stainless Steel Carbonation / Line Cleaning


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