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Old 08-23-2009, 03:51 AM   #1
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Default Crony's in Seattle area?

I am curious if anyone knows where i could pick up 6-8 five gallon ball lock corny kegs in the Oregan, Seattle area. I will be heading down there in october to pick up my furninture in Eugene Or, and driving up to Seattle to put it all on a barge.

My LHBS in Anchorage sells them for $65 for reconditioned kegs, i have seen them all over the internet for $25-45, but shipping adds quite a bit to that.

any ideas? I would prefer to find them at an HBS, but would also be willing to check CL if needed.

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Old 08-23-2009, 03:54 AM   #2
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Search google maps for the area of Seattle you're going to be in for LBHSs and call ahead to see who has them and for how much. I did that for car parts once, worked great.



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Old 08-23-2009, 03:59 AM   #3
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Search google maps for the area of Seattle you're going to be in for LBHSs and call ahead to see who has them and for how much. I did that for car parts once, worked great.
That is a good idea. I just like to know which ones are better to go to, and which ones i should avoid so i thought someone that is local to that area might have a better idea.
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Old 08-24-2009, 01:59 AM   #4
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That is a good idea. I just like to know which ones are better to go to, and which ones i should avoid so i thought someone that is local to that area might have a better idea.
There's a good LHBS in Corvallis, Oregon. They have good prices and since it's Oregon... no sales tax.

Corvallis Brewing Supplies 541-758-1674, ask for Joel. Might be worth a phone call, they are closed sundays & mondays though.
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Old 08-24-2009, 04:06 AM   #5
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The two LHBS in Seattle are Bob's on 55th, just north of the University district, and Cellar on Greenwood up near 125th (further north). Both are good, I like bob's mostly because it is just down the street. The number is 206-527-9283.

Since you are coming from the south, check Larry's homebrew too, it is in the southern part of the city.

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good people, accommodating hours, prices on grain especially good. Corny prices are better than most in Portland area retail.
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Since you're on the west coast, why not order from the CHI company? shipping shouldn't be that much.

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larrys brew shop in kent WA has pretty decent prices on kegs, if i remember right (its been a while) i think they were in the 45 range.

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Since you're on the west coast, why not order from the CHI company? shipping shouldn't be that much.

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I am in Alaska, and would only be driving through the OR/WA area. I was trying to avoid shipping by loading the kegs up in the same shipping container as all of my household goods.
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thanks everyone for all the info. I will contact the mentioned HBS's and see who has the best prices on the kegs.



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