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 {{ ::​20181128_074944.jpg?​150| }}Lowoxygenbrewing.com recommends transferring the fermenting beer with 5 gravity points (or 1 plato) left to a serving keg. This obviously requires that you are confident about your expected FG and that you can either take samples, or have done this a few times and know "​when"​ there are about that many points left. {{ ::​20181128_074944.jpg?​150| }}Lowoxygenbrewing.com recommends transferring the fermenting beer with 5 gravity points (or 1 plato) left to a serving keg. This obviously requires that you are confident about your expected FG and that you can either take samples, or have done this a few times and know "​when"​ there are about that many points left.
  
-Having tried both approaches I prefer to simply remove the blow-off tube and do a counter-pressure transfer to the keg after the fermentation is complete.+Having tried both approaches I prefer to simply remove the blow-off tube and do a counter-pressure transfer to the keg after the fermentation is complete. Of course, this is only possible if the primary fermentor can handle pressure.
  
 ==== Transfer using counter-pressure ==== ==== Transfer using counter-pressure ====
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