When you first start homebrewing, likely with a kit, you are probably bottling your beer. There is absolutely nothing wrong with bottle conditioning beer, but many homebrewers will eventually shift to using kegs. Moving from bottling to kegging allows for a much simpler packaging and serving process. Instead of cleaning, sanitizing, filling and capping dozens or hundreds of bottles, you only have to clean and sanitize one keg; or a couple depending on how much you brew at a time. Instead of measuring priming sugar and batch priming, you attach an external CO2 tank. There are definite pros and cons to kegging your homebrew, so let’s get into a short introduction to kegging.