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Old 09-23-2008, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default Midwest Supplies Praises and PRICES

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item# item description unit price u/m qty cost adjust quantity here
8005 5 Gallon Reconditioned Cornelius Keg. $29.95 ea 4 $119.80
Order Subtotal: $119.80 Shipping summary
Box 1: 40.00 lbs. Shipping: $17.80
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MN deliveries subject to $7.79 sales tax.
Shipping weight: 40.00
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FedEx Ground Residential [46168] Shipping: $17.80
Grand Total: $137.60

(4) reconditioned kegs, shipped for $137, 2 day delivery here in the midwest! I have bought all of my kegging equipment from them and could not be happier. Keg Connection is $135, but a little longer for delivery. MOREBEER is $132 shipped with the keg rebuild kits! (replacement seals). A few more days for shipping.
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Old 09-23-2008, 02:37 PM   #2
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Not to burst your bubble, but I got 4 of these shipped to MN for $101.

Five 5 Gallon Soda Keg Tank Corny Ball Lock Stainless

Granted, I did have to replace some of the O-rings once I got the kegs, but I ordered packs of 100 O-rings from mcmaster-carr for around $20.

But I still love midwest, I stopped by their warehouse when I was in Minneapolis last weekend...it's like homebrewing heaven.

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Old 09-23-2008, 02:47 PM   #3
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We just did a Bulk Buy! Now, I can't even imagine paying full price!

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Old 09-23-2008, 05:01 PM   #4
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We just did a Bulk Buy! Now, I can't even imagine paying full price!
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My last purchase was just under $20 each shipped. Had to get 25 of them but didn't take long to get rid of what I didn't want/need.
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Not to burst your bubble, but I got 4 of these shipped to MN for $101.

Five 5 Gallon Soda Keg Tank Corny Ball Lock Stainless

Granted, I did have to replace some of the O-rings once I got the kegs, but I ordered packs of 100 O-rings from mcmaster-carr for around $20.

But I still love midwest, I stopped by their warehouse when I was in Minneapolis last weekend...it's like homebrewing heaven.
You are right... I could get 4 of them for $110 shipped here with Oring sets. NICE DEAL. I am buying next month, so far, this place is getting my biz!
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Another prop for Midwest, I've gotten equipment and ingredients from them and have been happy with turnaround and prices. Piece of mind is a good thing.

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I ordered a themohydrometer from them a while back, and I received a regular ordinary hydrometer. E-mailed them about it, but I never heard back.

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I ordered a themohydrometer from them a while back, and I received a regular ordinary hydrometer. E-mailed them about it, but I never heard back.
Try calling, there's a reason they print their phone number all over the invoices/website. Usually a much easier way to talk to stores that actually have a physical presence rather than just a website.
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Old 09-24-2008, 07:03 PM   #9
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Had a problem with one of my orders from Midwest. A 5 minute phone call and they fixed it no problem at all. Myself and all my friends here who brew all order from them.

Had a problem with an Austin Brew order and they're also fixing it no problem at all. These brew supply companies seems to be great at customer service.

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