As a follow-up to the Kegging Tutorial, I’ve added a beer gun tutorial for bottling from a keg using the Blichmann Beer Gun. Now, when you keg your hard cider or mead, you don’t have to forego bottling some of it later on down the road. In addition, you can bottle force-carbonated hard cider rather than cider carbonated in the bottle with priming sugar–a process which creates additional sediment in the bottle. The result is a clearer beverage without the sediment in the bottom of the bottle to worry about. Check it out.