Originally Posted by jorgeft
Our keg system isnt build as the american (as far as i've read about) cornelious kegs arent no longer in use and the other ones would involve lots more logistics. And law wise arent allowed to.sell home filled kegs, as far as i am aware
Pro-brewers don't use cornelius kegs either; the bars that will buy their product don't have cornelius keg fittings.
What is the cost of the logistics of kegs versus the labor cost wrapped up in a bottling line (don't tell me you are going to hand bottle!), as well as the the carrying and maintenance costs of the bottle conditioning process,etc.? Do you have room to store a month's worth of product while it bottle conditions before you can ship it? Do you have a way to keep the product at a consistent temp so that all the bottles conditioning similarly? These are the things you have to ask yourself.
Most things that work on the home-brew scale do not work profitably on the commercial scale.