In this episode, we’ll discuss the process of getting started with kegging--from post fermentation practices like clarification through carbonation. We'll even cover some bottling. We almost always recommend that our customers move to kegging as soon as they have the space for a temperature controlled chest freezer or a standing refrigerator. We know that it’s an investment, but there hasn’t been a brewer yet to tell us that they regretted their decision to replace bottle conditioning with keg serving and storage. In fact, it often opens up a whole new avenue in the hobby of homebrewing, by allowing homebrewers a coordinated setup to play with, where they can start collecting things like tap handles or maybe even turn their chest freezer into a piece of fine beer filled furniture that fits in any room of their home.