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Old 12-29-2007, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default Best Corny Keg Source Time AGAIN!!!

Ok, this is done every once in awhile and I'm in the market for more ball-lock cornelius kegs, soooooo...




Can anyone beat:

http://www.homebrewing.org/5-Gallon-...k_p_21-70.html

At $19.00 a keg for pressure tested kegs, it may be hard to beat. I do realize they do not say they are cleaned or rebuilt, but add $3.00 for O-rings (or order from Mcmaster) and I can clean my own. It's a pretty good deal.


Anyone got a better source?

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Old 12-29-2007, 01:29 AM   #2
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Lucked out, found mine local through a tip from Reverend JC. Prior to that, the best I had seen was 4pk's of Grade B through Kegconnection for 80. Shipping, though....

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Ironically, this just got posted tonight:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showpost...4&postcount=38


If someone who's ordered and had a chance to use these kegs, I'd be interested in a review.



Thanks!

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I got mine from B&D Equipment in Oshkosh...$12 each...

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That Insco outfit treated me right.Others too i think.
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Ironically, this just got posted tonight:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showpost...4&postcount=38


If someone who's ordered and had a chance to use these kegs, I'd be interested in a review.



Thanks!

I had 4 delivered from insco2 on Christmas Eve. They were cleaned & sanitized and pressurized on arrival. (well packaged I might add) There was also complete rebuild kits sent with them that I just put in with my corny parts for future needs.
I have about 25 cornys and these came the cleanest and as close to ready to use as you can get.
Highly recomended.
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This is what I needed to hear SB. Thanks.


I've used kegconnection before, but the price went up. It used to be $100.00 for 4 with shipping. It's up $30.00.


I think Insco's shipping is more reasonable and the cost per keg lower, so he may have my business. I just needed to hear good things!


Keep the replies coming!

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I'd also recommend Insco. I got four kegs from him and they were indeed, cleaned, sanitized, purged of air, packaged superbly and came with an O-ring kit for each keg. Excellent deal.

I'm seriously thinking of getting four more.

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I've used kegconnection before, but the price went up. It used to be $100.00 for 4 with shipping. It's up $30.00
He mentioned to me by email that he was in short supply on cornies and that prices were ??? at the moment. I just hadn't checked the site recently. Oh well.
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Old 12-30-2007, 12:24 AM   #10
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all my kegs came from adventures in taylor, your first post. no problems,awesome
place. there local for me and do most of my biz with them.

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