Did you think making homemade seltzer could be this easy?

Making homemade seltzer using a kegerator to pressurize is an excellent way to create a continuous supply of sparkling water with ease. Now you can do away with your countertop Sodastream and those pesky bottles, and have seltzer conveniently on tap! Kegerators are specialized refrigerator with a built-in tap system typically used for serving draft beer, but it can also be adapted for carbonating water!

Here's how to make homemade seltzer using an Inkegnito:

1. Set up the Inkegnito: Ensure your keg is clean and sanitized. Attach a clean and empty keg to the CO2 tank, and connect the CO2 regulator to the keg. Adjust the pressure on the CO2 regulator to the desired level (usually between 30 to 40 psi).

2. Fill the keg with water: Use fresh and filtered water to fill the keg, leaving some space at the top for carbonation.

3. Pressurize the keg: Close the keg lid securely. Turn on the CO2 tank's valve to start pressurizing the keg. The CO2 will force carbonate the water, infusing it with bubbles.

4. Let it carbonate: Allow the keg to sit at the desired pressure for some time, typically around 12 to 24 hours. The longer you let it carbonate, the fizzier the water will be.

5. Test the carbonation: Once the carbonation time is up, pour a small sample of the water to check the level of carbonation. Adjust the pressure if needed to achieve the desired fizziness.

6. Serve and enjoy: Attach your cleaned beverage line and faucet to the Inkegnito's tap system. Pour the homemade seltzer into a glass over ice or drink it as it is. You can also add natural flavorings like lemon, lime, or berries to create exciting variations.

By using an Inkegnito to pressurize, you can easily enjoy homemade seltzer on tap whenever you want. It's a fun and cost-effective way to satisfy your craving for sparkling water and offers the flexibility to experiment with flavors to your heart's content. Cheers to the art of homemade seltzer!