CO2 System Troubleshooting

Photos of CO2 tanks and other beer brewing equipment


Having trouble with your kegerator or other drafting system? Check out this helpful CO2 troubleshooting guide: CO2 System Troubleshooting Guide

Beer Fact:

Keg beer, unlike packaged beer, has never been pasteurized.  As a result, keg beer is full of live yeast, which gives the beer a better flavor and will turn sour if the temperature is allowed to get over 45° for even a short period of time.  A short 15 minute drive in 90 degree weather will bring a keg up to this temperature. Keep them iced!

Keeping your keg at the proper temperature and under the constant pressure from a CO2 system is essentially life support for a keg.  Under these conditions, kegs can last several months.

We sell all replacement and repair parts you need to keep your system running properly.

Liquor Barn is a discount keg store.  We keep all common beer in stock, but can order anything you would like.

Questions?  Contact Us!

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