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Old 02-17-2007, 07:55 PM   #11
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Hey Ed, did you mean Midwest Homebrew and not Austin? I found the used 3 gallon kegs there.



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Hey Ed, I didn't see them on their site. Do you have a link? Maybe they are gone already?
I saw them at the store. Give them a call. They probably won't advertise it.

They had about 8 three gallon and ten 2.5 gallon cornies.


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Hey Ed, did you mean Midwest Homebrew and not Austin? I found the used 3 gallon kegs there.
Nope, Austin Home Brew Supply. I was there yesterday picking up a bunch of Montrachet Wine Yeast at 79 cents a packet. They had a load on the shelf in the front of the store.
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I have two of the older 3 gallon kegs that I picked up years ago; but I really like the 2.5 gallon kegs better. Regardless, I like having the small ones around for camping...
Yeah, but the 3 gallon fits great in an Igloo Extreme Roller.



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Old 02-17-2007, 10:55 PM   #15
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Nope, Austin Home Brew Supply. I was there yesterday picking up a bunch of Montrachet Wine Yeast at 79 cents a packet. They had a load on the shelf in the front of the store.
Oh, I didn't realize it was your LHBS, and you were there. They may just be making them available to local customers, or perhaps if you asked over the phone. They just don't have them listed on their website.

Hey, any chance I could get one of those great Apfelwein stickers?
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Old 02-18-2007, 04:11 AM   #16
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Bought the fridge, supposedly can fit 3rd keg in there if "little guy" , but SWMBO says the CO2 has to go inside and stay out of sight to keep the looks of this thing respectable (it's in the dining room)
On the plus side, she gave me the "what are you thinking about" when I mentioned PVC homemade tap tower - wants me to go the whole enchilada with nice tower and taps - sweeeeet!!

-The Apfelwein stickers are AWESOME!!!

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Hey Ed, is that the 70 qt. cooler? I can find it on Target.com for $50.




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Hey Ed, is that the 70 qt. cooler? I can find it on Target.com for $50.
Yep. Costco has them for $39. Here's my parts list.

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Hey, any chance I could get one of those great Apfelwein stickers?
Here you go. You can make your own using Avery Shipping label stock (#5126). You get two labels per sheet.



Just right click, save as, and put into a Word Doc to print out.
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Thanks Ed!



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