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Old 07-27-2009, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Football Tailgating

I'm looking for ideas to bring my beer to tailgate at NYG stadium. I have season tickets.

I was looking at this product:

Party Keg Systems

or maybe a tapbox...

or maybe just bring a few growlers....

I was wondering what you guys would suggest.

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Old 07-27-2009, 07:15 PM   #2
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Do you keg yet? Cornies are easy to transport and you can just throw it in a bucket of ice or get more crazy with it if you want.

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+1 on the Corney kegs. a 5 gallon corney will be perfect for tailgating and it will go by a lot faster than you think.

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I Keg I have 3, 5 gallon kegs. The only thing is I have the taps in the fridg door. What are the taps called that are like the ones on the beer balls. I guess that would be the way togo although dragging the CO2 tank around is not real appealing to me.

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The best and easiest way IMO
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What I would suggest is to buy or make some carbonator caps and bring the beer in 2 liter soda bottles. Nothing extra to carry fits nicely in a cooler.

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The best and easiest way IMO

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What I would suggest is to buy or make some carbonator caps and bring the beer in 2 liter soda bottles. Nothing extra to carry fits nicely in a cooler.
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Firstnten - Jet or Giants fan? I'll be there to this year..I'm a Jet fan so you know that I drink a lot! I just started kegging and I'm thinking that the growlers are the easiest way to go. Throw the growlers in the freezer and turn down the pressure of the keg to about 3 psi. Fill them up and keep them ice cold and you won't lose that much pressure.

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