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Old 05-15-2013, 05:23 PM   #41
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5 gallon rubber top. when I brew it takes just as much effort for 5 gallons as it takes for 3

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I need to change my response to 2.5. I just measured my shelf spacing and a 3 gallon may be too big.

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Old 05-16-2013, 10:12 PM   #43
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I need to change my response to 2.5. I just measured my shelf spacing and a 3 gallon may be too big.
That's OK, I like that answer better because I have that size in stock!
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I have not transformed my fermentation freezer into a keezer yet, but plan to soon. For convenience in entering competitions, I plan to bottle half batches so will start my keg collection with a 2.5 gallon and then add a 5 gallon (non rubbertop) keg later this summer.

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Old 05-17-2013, 01:18 AM   #45
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Hey Todd, do you have any liquid out dip tubes? I need 2....

I purchased your 3 faucet wall mount drip tray a while back as you had the best price by far and included a drain hose! Nice!!! BTW, your decal proudly adorns my kegerator.

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Hey Todd, do you have any liquid out dip tubes? I need 2....

I purchased your 3 faucet wall mount drip tray a while back as you had the best price by far and included a drain hose! Nice!!! BTW, your decal proudly adorns my kegerator.
We do have them. Call us at 325-356-5204 to order. We need the brand (Cornelius, Firestone, John Wood) Model (Challenger VI) and type (ball lock or Pin Lock) of keg. There are several types. Some are straight, some are bent. Some have an indention at the top to keep them from turning, some do not.
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I have 3 rubber top and 1 metal strap 5 gallon. I prefer the rubber top because I can turn it upside down and not have to balance it on my washer or when letting it dry.

I also like the rubber top because I can use both hands to lift. For me with a tricky back, that makes it safer.

I will probably sell the metal strap keg. I bought it before I had experience with kegging. Live and learn, I will gladly pay the additional cost of the rubber top.

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I would be interested in the 2.5 and 3 gallon kegs so I more easily take beer to parties.

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3 gallon here

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