Chiller connected and running. May still need a little tweaking.
Tired after setting up a new chiller for the home brewery, supply run for next brew day, and bottling some of 1 of 2 recent batches.
Relieved to find my problem keg holding pressure this AM. Problem was a gasket in the PRV, had popped loose during kegging.
Did an emergency CO2 tank fill before work. Tightened everything on the suspect keg, fingers crossed.
TFW you go to pour a beer off your kegerator to find it flat. New keg must not have been seated so didn’t seal, out gassing overnight.
TFW you realize, late a night, too late before brew day, that you forgot an ingredient with no time left to procure it.
Bagging up the rest of the new hops I ordered from @hopsdirect.
Last step: enjoy. Done except for cleaning the fermenter.
First step, clean the draft lines.