Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Mon Dec 17, 2012 7:56 am

Hello.

I just Learned that JZ on the BREW STRONG show (Nano Brewing) mentioned he rigged 4 blichmann beerguns together?

Has anyone seen a tutorial for this? Or done this?

Let me know.

Thanks.
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:36 am

If you contact him directly, he may post some photos. However, I don't see this being a worthwhile endeavor for anyone not producing at the small commercial scale... but if you want to, more power to you man!
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:28 pm

This fits into the category of "Something only Jamil could pull off" don't try this at home kids
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:25 am

I got a lot out of the Nano Brewing episode. I am working on getting my 2bbl system up and running for production.

Rigging these beer guns will save me a lot of time and hard work. Instead of paying for a bottling line, I can spend that money on making some killer beers.

I apprecaite all the help btw.
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:46 am

Question is why would you want too?
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:00 am

funkt4life wrote:I got a lot out of the Nano Brewing episode. I am working on getting my 2bbl system up and running for production.

Rigging these beer guns will save me a lot of time and hard work. Instead of paying for a bottling line, I can spend that money on making some killer beers.

I apprecaite all the help btw.


It will save you money on a bottling line, but probably cost more in time and hard work, but if that's what you have more of at the moment.... Good luck man, I'd say contact JZ directly, let him know where you are in your journey and I'm sure he'd be glad to give you some guidance.
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Tue Dec 18, 2012 5:40 pm

TheeMattSmith wrote:This fits into the category of "Something only Jamil could pull off" don't try this at home kids


I don't know about that. I caught this thread this morning & spent half my work day thinking about it. I think there's a couple different ways it could be done fairly easily.
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Re: Rigging Multiple Blichmann Beer Guns

Wed Dec 19, 2012 7:38 am

agreed, would not be difficult.
Are you wanting to run them all from different kegs or the same one?
Really doesn't matter, all you would have to do is put splitters inline from one connection for same keg.
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