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Old 12-25-2012, 08:42 PM   #41
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Or even a sanke tap adapter for a hand pump I could take to a party.

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Old 12-25-2012, 11:06 PM   #42
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Yup. What the others said. I'm shopping for a 1 Gal or 2.5 Gal ball lock corny keg, so that I can keep a small keg of my homebrew beer on tap at my parents' house at all times for them to pour off of. If you were to offer either a 0.5 gal or ideally a 1.0 gal stainless growler, with the gas in port (or even better, both gas in and liquid out!), I would seriously consider buying one of these instead. I had planned to go the whole-hog mini fridge, tap tower, faucet route for them - but a 1.0 gal carb-able, serve-able growler would fit in their existing fridge instead!

In the meanwhile, I am in the same camp as many others here - I use plastic buckets - and it's tough to spend this much on a carboy without thinking of going all the way to a plastic OR metal conical. Or instead moving to fermenting wort inside of 15.5gal Sankeys. Pretty much solely due to the cost factor.

But either way, these are certainly innovative, thanks for bringing them to the public, I hope you do well.

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Old 12-26-2012, 02:53 AM   #43
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I use glass because i like to see my fermentation and i got 4 glass carboys for free so yeah. have not use my plastic one since i first started..
I like the stainless bottles but they are way to much money esp when i give some to a friend and i don't get them back for a few months......
but i would love to get some when i have the cash just for my personal use..

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Old 12-26-2012, 07:44 PM   #44
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I got the mini keg growler and the thing is awesome! Anyone who sees it wants one

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Old 12-30-2012, 04:37 PM   #45
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Yup. What the others said. I'm shopping for a 1 Gal or 2.5 Gal ball lock corny keg, so that I can keep a small keg of my homebrew beer on tap at my parents' house at all times for them to pour off of. If you were to offer either a 0.5 gal or ideally a 1.0 gal stainless growler, with the gas in port (or even better, both gas in and liquid out!), I would seriously consider buying one of these instead. I had planned to go the whole-hog mini fridge, tap tower, faucet route for them - but a 1.0 gal carb-able, serve-able growler would fit in their existing fridge instead!

In the meanwhile, I am in the same camp as many others here - I use plastic buckets - and it's tough to spend this much on a carboy without thinking of going all the way to a plastic OR metal conical. Or instead moving to fermenting wort inside of 15.5gal Sankeys. Pretty much solely due to the cost factor.

But either way, these are certainly innovative, thanks for bringing them to the public, I hope you do well.
Thank you for all of your thoughts and feed back...Just wanted to say...hold off on buying that mini keg fridge.. We are about 2-3 months out on finalizing our 1 gallon mini keg design and testing. We are excited to launch this product soon..
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Old 12-30-2012, 04:47 PM   #46
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Just wanted to let everyone know we have been working on our website and have updated the images to larger sizes when you click on them. Thank you for your all of your suggestions and feed back. Other changes will be coming..in due time..

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As far as the ss carboys are concerned...I primary ferment in 5 gallon cornie kegs.
Way less expensive than the milk cans they are selling and I have a bunch of them.


A growler...maybe...but it needs a lot of the innovations(ball lock connections) mentioned for it to be worth the cost and functional for my uses.

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Any update on your growlers with the gas-in corny post?

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I was really wishing for photos when i opened this thread...

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WE have had alot of request for a gas in post..and will be selling this as an option for those who do want to pressurize for carbonation and/or to keep their brew lasting longer once opened. We appreciate everyones feedback..
Any update on this, or is it possible to just buy a spare cap?

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