Lol, it'll be fine mate. Might be another goldy .NME wrote:Stone cold sober, but very cranky
Mate you need to look at this slightly differently... I'd be thinking, "Great, now I have a chauffeur and a baby-sitter!"lukasfab wrote:its my boys 5th b'day and his god father said he will come over from Adelaide that weekend. Unfortunately he is not a beer drinker
Went to change my ticket yesterday but fee had jumped from a $100 to $180 in two days so I'm going to be a no-show for the tasting. Spewing .
I just do mine from the keg Lucas. I usually put a jet of CO2 in the bottles when I know they are going to be stored for a few weeks. Chilling the bottles, even plastic ones, in the freezer can help with the pour. I also have flow control on my taps but even with that, sometimes on a fresh keg, it will pour too much foam. In this case, I pour it into a jug and let it settle in the fridge for 5 minutes and then pour into bottles. It all works out fine.lukasfab wrote:you guys actually bottling your beer or just fill from keg??
If you could be bothered, you could always bottle-conditions a few bottles and see how they compare to the kegged beer. Just use what tastes best in the comp. Sometimes priming sugar can really change the flavour.
Can't believe you'll be chauffeur-driven to the show .