Originally Posted by Ridenour64
Also about the kegging. All you need is the keg and the gas right? How much does it cost to fill the cylinder of gas?
Short answer, no.Kegs
are around $40-50. A CO2 cylinder
can run from free to $140, depending on size, condition, etc. You'll need a regulator
, which is from $40-180. You'll need all the fittings, hoses, taps, etc
which can be from $50-$200 depending on your setup. And if you want to keep all of that cold, add in the cost of a fridge/freezer
and temp control
Filling the CO2 tank varies by your location. I've paid $15-45 depending if I was in a rural or suburban area.
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