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cheezydemon 04-15-2008 04:00 PM

Best place to buy a kegging system?
Craig's list no help here.

$175 for a new corny, 5 lb CO2, picnic tap, dual guage, seems to be the best I've seen so far.(shipping not included)

RICLARK 04-15-2008 04:07 PM

Did you check www.kegconnection.com?

Big "A" 04-15-2008 04:11 PM

Ive been researching stuff myself.
Cornies from Austin Home Brew 4 pack $149
Kegworks: CO2 and regulator.
Tower really take your pick not much difference if you are looking for the less expensive end. They are all like 120 and up. (well I've been looking at two and three tap towers)

rdwj 04-15-2008 04:15 PM


Originally Posted by Big "A"
Cornies from Austin Home Brew 4 pack $149

That's pretty expensive, but I guess the shipping makes up for it

ohiobrewtus 04-15-2008 04:18 PM


Originally Posted by RICLARK

This would be my recommendation as well. Good prices and great service.

RoaringBrewer 04-15-2008 04:26 PM


Originally Posted by ohiobrewtus
This would be my recommendation as well. Good prices and great service.

www.kegconnection.com served me very well as well... Todd is a stand-up guy and has good prices for very complete systems...

cheezydemon 04-15-2008 04:39 PM

That does look like a great site! I will get in touch with Todd. Thanks!

Go Gators 04-15-2008 04:46 PM

I too am looking to order a kegging system, and have been looking everywhere. I found something on kegconnection that looks too good to be true.


Am I missing something or is this a great deal? I have not seen anything near this cheap for a two tap tower system with kegs. Is there something you can see that they left out that would be essential to the system?

I think I am going to have to jump on this. Forward sealing faucets and a 10# tank. for $420.:rockin: :ban:

RoaringBrewer 04-15-2008 04:54 PM


I got pretty much that same set-up from Todd. It has absolutely everything necessary to serve beer through two taps... I upgraded to perlicks as well and I upgraded to the triple-guage regulator. The triple-gauge regulator is especially nice b/c you can set your two kegs at two different pressures, etc. I have a pale ale on tap at 12psi and a belgian on tap at 15psi. I likey!

The upgrade to 10b tank is nice if you have the room for it, but in the 4912 I can only fit the 5 and have been happy with it. Ran a bunch of kegs through it already and still have plenty o' gas left.

If ordering via the website with all the upgrades and such is too difficult, just give Todd a call or email and he'll set u up and send you an invoice. I worked with him over a few day period to get my set-up exactly like I wanted. I think I got out the door even cheaper than the $420 you mention (like $390 shipped maybe? - but again I only got 5lb tank and this was 6 mo or so ago)...

The Pol 04-15-2008 05:00 PM

I bought my stuff at Midwest Supplies... some places dont even replace the seals and o-rings, they recommend that you do, and charge MORE for the kegs. I bought all of my equipment from Midwest, it arrived in perfect condition.

NOTE: SOME places dont replace rings... Keg connection DOES

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