Clibit
Found this article on the byo.com website:

https://byo.com/mead/item/56-3-ways-to-carbonate-your-keg-techniques

And this guide to force carbing a keg in under a minute, ready to drink in 1-2 hours.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Homebrewing/comments/18uv2j/guide_no_risk_force_carbonate_a_keg_in_60_seconds/



For all you keg lubbers. Hope they are of use to somebody.


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GHW
I'm happy to set mine and give it five - seven days to get comfy.
That should allow some additional clearing time too.
I'm sure one day I'll need to force carb, and give it a go. If you're going to force carb though I think fining is essential or your still going to have very cloudy beer
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