Beer Bottle Filler Kit
Krome brews Beer Bottle Filler Kit is an easy way to fill homebrewed Beer, Wine, and Kombucha into bottles/growlers without a mess! In short, this kit includes the following items. which will helps you to save you time
What does this Botting kit include?
Home Brew Bucket Plastic Tap For Beer Bottling – Straight forward way to bottle your home-brewed beer. no more hassle of having to use a siphon. Use a beer bottling plastic bucket with a faucet instead. as a result, you can simply open the tap and fill the bottle straight away.
Plastic Bottle Filler with Spring Tip – Kromebrew’s Plastic Bottle Filler with Spring Tip makes filling beer and wine bottles easy. Press the tip to the bottom and observe the beer rise through the stem and into the bottle. In other words, pull the Plastic Bottle Filler to stop the flow and leave adequate headspace.
Auto siphon – 3/8″ With Tubing – 3/8″ pump starts a siphon with a single stroke in as little as an inch of liquid. This eliminates siphoning woes and makes it easier and faster to transfer wort, beer, and wine.
PVC Tubing (8mm x 10.50mm) – In addition Kome Brew PVC tube made of high pressure and high duty PVC with smooth interior and exterior that allows easy flow and flushing,
Bottling Your Beer
Step 1 – Sanitizing every bit of your brewing area and equipment is important so that your hard work doesn’t go to waste due to contamination. Use our Single-step sanitizer. Mix it in warm water (7.5 liters) and soak the smaller items in it or run the solution through equipment. Doesn’t need any further rinsing with water too.
- Connect one end of the PVC tubing to the auto-siphon and the other end to the bottle filler. Fill the auto-siphon with your beer and start the flow by pumping the inner wand of the filler.
- Fill each bottle by inserting the bottle filler and pressing down on the tip to open the spring-loaded valve. Fill each bottle almost to the top, but not overflowing, and then stop the flow by lifting the wand.
- When you remove the filler wand, the top of the bottle will have about an inch of headspace. As your beer carbonates, you’ll have lots of room to expand.
Note: when you’re happy with the results, put your bottles in the fridge and get ready to drink your completed beer. Don’t forget to share the bounty with your brewing buddies—they’ll undoubtedly remind you.