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Old 01-29-2009, 08:28 PM   #1
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Trying to locate a couple of 5 gal ball lock kegs and thus far I have been purchasing from morebeer. I don't have any complaints with their service but just wanted to get some insight from everyone here.

Also is the one handle version the same minus a full ring on top?

Ball Lock Kegs - SINGLE HANDLE - 4 Pack

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Old 01-29-2009, 08:37 PM   #2
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The single handle ones are the same. I like them better because they are shorter (less plastic at the top) which makes it easier to fit more in the kegerator.

Plus the handles come off, top is all stainless, and as result can be cleaned up much easier.

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good to know thanks. the picture wasn't that good and they looked weird.

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I purchased from that company before. There one of the few places that have the single handle kegs for cheap. They will come with stickers on them so you will need to clean them up with something that will strip the stickers off. Then hit it with some barkeeps friend and they look real nice.

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