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Gravity pour (bayrischer Anstich)
Posted by Gerhard Schoolmann on 2013-03-08 07:01:57
You can distinguish between the "Bayerischer Anstich" and the "Münchener Anstich": The Bavarian Anstich (also called: Siphonanstich) works with a rubber seal. The Munich Anstich has a piece of wood ("Schrödel") in the hole. The middle part of this "Schrödel" is smashed with a hammer. The Munich Anstich (also called "Oktoberfestansstich") is more difficult. You use a so-called "Federventil" on the top of the barrel. By this second hole air comes into the barrel. This avoid under pressure in the barrel. See the images:
         Gravity pour (bayrischer Anstich) by Fred Waltman on  2013-03-08 09:20:59
           Gravity pour (bayrischer Anstich) by barryriley on  2013-03-08 11:47:35
             Gravity pour (bayrischer Anstich) by Fred Waltman on  2013-03-08 12:38:13
           Gravity pour (bayrischer Anstich) by Jason on  2013-03-08 13:05:46
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