How to Bottle Kegged Cocktails Using the Blichmann BeerGun

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Okay, so as a follow-up to the last video I posted, I wanted to show you how we use the Blichmann BeerGun at my bars to bottle our ginger beer and our two bottled cocktails that are on the menu at all times. I also love using this technique at home (yes, I’m a dork and have all this stuff at home, too) if I’m going to have a big backyard party and want to do something special. Anyway, enjoy!

4 Replies to “How to Bottle Kegged Cocktails Using the Blichmann BeerGun”

  • Ak says:

    Hi Jefferey, Thanks for this helpful info. I’m looking to do something similar by putting into cans instead. Will the carbonation keep long term like a regular RTD carbonated cocktail or soda? Given I use the beer gun and the liquid is cold enough.

  • Aaron DeFeo says:

    Question Mr. Morgenthaler – We’ve been doing something very similar but we cannot for whatever reason keep the CO2 from coming out of solution when it hits the out hose and goes into the gun. Even at zero PSI the gun spits out foam, even when we’ve tried it with just water. We have a clear liquid hose and you can see what looks like huge gaps of CO2 escaping in the line. Any tips?

    • Hey Aaron. It’s hard to diagnose these problems remotely but my first guess would be that your liquid is nowhere near cold enough. That’s probably the thing that I would check first.

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