In a warm or humid environment you might see condensation water dripping from the trub container underneath the keg. If this happens, don't be alarmed, it is normal. We recommend placing a small plate under the keg to catch the water, if you think it might pose a risk to the surface under it.

If the amount of liquid is more than what would be caused by condensation, your trub continer might be screwed in incorrectly, at an angle. If this is the case, here's what you can do:

  1. Close the ball valve on the bottom of the keg
  2. Spray the area around the trub container with sanitizer and wash your hands to minimize the risk of bacteria getting into the beer
  3. Unscrew the trub container slightly
  4. Screw the trub container back in at a straight angle, ensuring that it doesn't come into contact with anything other than the inner thread of the ball valve port.
  5. If the issue still remains after that, please contact us for support. 

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