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What to Know Before Starting a Brewery

July 5, 2017 in Know Your Beer

With the success of so many micro-breweries, many beer connoisseurs are wondering if their own home brew might be good enough to go public. Perhaps the first thing you should know before opening a brewery is that you’ll often feel like you’re not making beer. Often, you’ll feel like you opened a janitorial service. The

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Benefits of CO2 Service

May 11, 2017 in General News

Anyone who has ever had to deal with bulky CO2 cylinders will appreciate the benefits of having a CO2 service. Whether at a restaurant, a pub, a brewery, a convenience store, a pool, or a greenhouse, CO2 cylinders can be troublesome to handle but also can cause a significant waste of CO2. But a CO2

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Everything You Need to Know About Dry Ice

February 20, 2017 in General News

For the vast majority of us, our only exposure to dry ice has been one of two places: a) a Halloween party where the hosts really went all out, or b) an elementary school science classroom. It was always so cool when the teacher poured the water over the solid block of ice, and see

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Nitrous Oxide (NO2) Dangers

July 19, 2016 in General News

Nitrous oxide or NO2 is a normal gas that has plenty of legitimate uses. Though it’s frowned upon, it also has malicious uses that can be detrimental to one’s health and well-being. As with just about any chemical compound or gas, there are pros and cons. As an aide to help avoid pain during surgery,

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Supplying So Much More Than CO2

June 21, 2016 in General News

Yes, CO2 is one of the main products we supply to business and homeowners alike, but don’t be fooled. Easy CO2 supplies oxygen cylinders and nitrogen, as well. Though our website goes into heavy detail about what applications CO2 (carbon dioxide) offers, we don’t typically delve too much into practical nitrogen or oxygen uses like

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How CO2 Can Affect Your Pool’s pH Levels

June 10, 2016 in General News

So you may have heard about using carbon dioxide, or CO2, in pools as a replacement of muriatic acid to help maintain and regulate pH levels. It has become increasingly popular as the storage and application of CO2 has become easier and more user-friendly. There are even some people who use frozen CO2, or dry

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Why You Should Get into Home Brewing

April 21, 2016 in Know Your Beer

If you’re the kind of beer drinker who loves trying something new every time you go out or often find yourself walking out of the liquor store with a “Build Your Own Six-Pack,” home brewing might be for you. Getting Started While home brewing does require some initial investment, it can be a great way

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Does Tapping the Top of a Soda Can Really Do Anything?

March 16, 2016 in Carbonation

Most of us have a friend or have at least seen someone perform this odd ritual: tapping the top of a soda or beer can before cracking it open. They’ll tell you that it prevents the can’s carbonated contents from foaming over, but does it really? In a word, no. Just like how a four-leaf

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New Georgia Beer Bill Postponed Until 2017

February 12, 2016 in Georgia Beers

It appears that we’ll have to wait another year before knowing how Georgia will regulate its craft brewing industry. If you haven’t been following this story, allow us to give you a quick recap. Recap Back in July 2015, the self-proclaimed “Beer Jobs Bill” was set to go into effect. The bill would’ve allowed Georgia

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