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Old 07-02-2008, 06:48 PM   #1
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Default Picked Up Some Ball Lock Kegs

Yesterday I stopped by "Sea Breeze" on my way to my friends house. They are the maker of Bosco chocolate syrup and the provider of fountain soda to most of north Jerzy. I went into their front office and inquired about purchasing used kegs. They were kind of confused and I had to explain the whole homebrewing thing. The guy ended up giving them to me for $25 each with no tax, so I got 4. I think that is a pretty good deal!! If any of you are in the area and need kegs, they seemed to have a lot. They were clean inside, the o rings look to be in good shape, and there are no dents on any of them.

Are there any other good places to acquire soda kegs on the cheap?



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Old 07-02-2008, 06:50 PM   #2
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Cool. I need to start checking some non-traditional sources for kegs.



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Old 07-02-2008, 08:18 PM   #3
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+1 I'd be curious to know if anyone else has found any unique ways to score corny kegs. I tried calling a few of the local Pepsi bottling centers / distributors and they told me they're still using the kegs so they aren't selling them. I thought that was kinda odd since I thought that was how we were able to get them in the first place.

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I think showing up in person and putting a big smile on my face went a long way in being able to acquire these kegs. I also told them that I lived right up the street. (my good friend does at least) There are RC cola stickers on them so maybe that company is phasing them out and Pepsi isn't?

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i just bought 15 for $8 each from a concessionaire (ball lock)

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So you're saying a good place to find used kegs is from establishments (concessionaire's) that use them? Just gotta ask around I guess...



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