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The Finished Lager

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This page will show how I serve the lager.

The lager has matured for a few months; it's time to enjoy it!
 
 

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I always use sparkler taps with extensions for serving my draught beer & lager, my personal choice only.

 

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As the glass starts filling up, I lower it so the end of the tap is just below the surface of the lager in the glass.

 

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The above photo shows the lager immediately after being poured, as you can see using a sparkler tap does liven it up more compared to the standard tap which is fitted to a king keg pressure barrel.

 

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After pouring & removing the glass, I always place the cap from the kit under the tap.  These make ideal drip trays.

 

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The above photo shows the lager 5 minutes after pouring, it has kept a nice head and carbonation.

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All the information given on this website is from my own personal experiences and are well tried and tested.  However, if you try something you have seen here and it does not work out, I accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or injury that may occur.