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Old 02-10-2006, 08:47 PM   #1
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Going to go buy a Sanke SS keg in a bit. Called all the local booze shops and no one would sell me one for deposit price. Finally i called some local scrap yards, and after b.s.ing with the owner for a bit i talked him down to 12 bucks for it. Gonna have us a nice brew kettle.

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Old 02-10-2006, 10:29 PM   #2
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Just got the keg. Cracked her open, and if anyone is curious as to what 5 year old bud light smells like, i now know. and its not good.

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Where do you go from zero?

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Where do you go from zero?
im not sure i understand
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Questions:
Which scrap yard you got that gem from?
Did they have more?
Also, what do you plan on using for a burner?

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i got it from "midwest recyclers" i think. its kinda in the shady part of town. cost me 15 bucks. yeah i think he had more. im gonna use my trusty turkey fryer for a burner. he is a cash only part of town. look him up in the yellow pages.

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