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Old 02-06-2013, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default NE Major Issue with transferring from 1/2 barrel comercial keg into 3 cornies?

So my freezer which I hope to convert into a keezer is only 16-inches wide. It would be nice to be able to serve commercial beer but I don't think most 1/2 barrel kegs are going to fit.

I am wondering if there would be any major issues with just hooking the commercial keg to my cornies and and transferring the beer over?

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Old 02-06-2013, 05:06 PM   #2
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Not sure what issues you may run into, but why not just but 1/6 kegs

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Old 02-06-2013, 07:29 PM   #3
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Not sure what issues you may run into, but why not just buy 1/6 kegs
I am assuming the smaller kegs are less available and would cost more per serving, is that not necessarily the case?
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Well, more per serving yes but I guess it depends on what commercials you're talking about. I wouldn't want 15 gallons of most beers sitting around. Other than the "why", the only thing you have to do is get a sanke coupler so you can connect it to the liquid side of your destination kegs.

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I am assuming the smaller kegs are less available and would cost more per serving, is that not necessarily the case?
A lot of the craft brews are in 1/6 because most people won't pay for a 1/2 of them.
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