oh boy.... well I'm not sure what the heck I bought (but of course I bought them anyways). 7 kegs, with a name Kegseal on the top as well as "The Lee Steel Cooperage Co, Detroit" along with The National Brewing Co, Detroit on the side. (I should recheck, pretty sure that was it). It looks like there was a bung hole on most of these, though I think the guy I bought these from welded most of them shut at some point. One of them was simply plugged with a tacky substance. Apparently the guy used these on a pontoon boat or something. The is only one area to tap (not like golden gate kegs) though the keg physically looks like one.
The connection where you would tap the beer looks neither like a golden gate set up or a hoff stevens. What could it be? I need to make a flicker account so I can take some pictures. It looks like a small hole has been drilled into the top of some of these kegs, but not all of them (so someone must have done this). There may be dates on the kegs, they all seem to have a number like 9-49, 2-50, 6-50 etc. Can someone tell me more about these?
The coupler or top (whatever it is) at the top of the keg almost looks like a G-type coupler except two sides are flat (parallel to each other) and two sides are smooth half circles. Can someone tell me more about these?
Once I figure out what kind of kegs these are, I'm going to try to move forward with deciding what the hell to do with them!