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Old 10-06-2012, 12:39 AM   #1
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After years of checking Craigslist for deals on Corny kegs, I finally scored two tonight for $25 each! Now up to 5 kegs in good working condition and 3 that are in need of some parts and TLC.

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Old 10-06-2012, 12:59 AM   #2
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Sweet deal! I picked up four the other day for $30, around here they go for $40 or $45 usually. There's a guy right now selling in our area for $35 including new o rings, so that's not terrible. Craigslist is great and evil at the same time, cause when you see a deal on something you really know is below market value, it is too easy to pull the trigger. I believe I am up to 15 kegs. No, I do not need that many. But it makes it easier to do things like, when bringing homebrew to a party, I can grab an extra keg, and counter-fill from the keg that's been sitting in the keezer for weeks and weeks, no need to stir up the gunk. No need to take it there a day early so it can settle.

More kegs is better. More kegs, more fun!

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