4. With the gas turned off (using the regulator's cutoff switch), attach the Carbonator-capped bottle to the keg coupler by sliding the coupler's fitting up and snapping the bottle into place. Make sure it's on straight for a good seal.
5. Turn on the gas. Your bottle will puff out with a satisfying thump, inflated to the pressure of your choosing. Keeping the gas on, shake the bottle for 20-30 seconds to dissolve the CO2 into the liquid. You'll see the regulator gauge fluctuate a bit as gas is dissolved—the system will keep the pressure constant, so as more gas is dissolved, more is passed into the bottle.
6. Turn off the gas, pop off the keg coupler, and unscrew the cap on your first bottle of delicious DIY seltzer. Ahhhhh!
you're on ignore but with the responses I had to see how stupid this post was, I stopped following after "with the gas turned off" lol, no way in heck is anyone going to do this, maybe two hillbillys. Back to ignore!
You guys all miss the point.
There is NOTHING complicated about carbonating water. If some JO can do it using amazon and HD parts, I am quite sure PEP can make it safe for Bevyz machine. In addition, what happenend to all the BS about the "secret indgrident"?? What secret?
WAAAAAAAAAA!! WAAAAAAAAA!! So sorry, BEVYZ/PEP can't and aren't doing it. You'll see my pet. The friggin machine can't even carbonate cola. Guess all that money is for nothing. WAAAAAAAAA!! We miss the point, WAAAAAAAA!! WAAAAAAA!!