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Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

(OP)
My friend and coworker needs to make a bung for his minikeg beermaking.

RE: Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

I have one on a regular size keg that is stamped 316 SS.

RE: Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

Critical indeed...
cheers

RE: Which grade of stainless for Beer Bung?

(OP)
My friend isn't too sure about this advice coming from beer drinkers but we'll hazard it since ya'll still be liv'n-n-kick'n.

unclesyd:  stamped on it?  I'm checking to see if one leg is a wee bit long.  Surely a serious beer drinker would not jest about such a "critical" thing?

TVP:  Talk about yer apprapo smiley!

Friend bought a S.S. disc from McMaster-Carr so guess I got a leetle lathe job.  Maybe it'll barter for a sample.

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