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  • I started out building portable tank sprayers using what you commonly refer to as Corny Kegs. My company has build and sold custom stainless steel sprayers and chemical dispensing systems, sold in 50 states and 29 countries, so far. From this experience we have now opened our own retail home brew supply store specializing in kegging equipment,CO2 and Draft systems to build your own Kegerator's. We also have a full service shopping cart online and you can keep up on our new offerings by liking us on Facebook.rnAs of April 2013, we now offer a full line of ingredients.
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  • So far I have brewed 6 extract kits and 1 all grain. My experience is in Kegging systems and building Kegerator's. Our company stumbled into Home Brewing by accident. We purchased 400 ball lock kegs from a local brew pub in the fall of 2010, intending to use for our portable chemical sprayers, but found that everyone of the kegs had the dip tubes cut about an inch short. For our usage we need full length dip tubes. Cost verses usage made buying new full length dip tubes a poor choice. We placed and ad on Craig's list as kegs for home brewers and in a matter of weeks sold almost all of them. This lead to conversing with lots of Home Brewers, whom we found extremely social and encouraged us to become equipment suppliers. We did and have been learning and enjoying this business ever since.
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  • Posted in thread: Full Time Position LHBS on 04-28-2013 at 12:52 AM
    looking for one full time employee with all grain experience to help us as our business grows.
    last year we had 175% increase in business selling only equipment. This year we just added
    ingredients an...

  • Posted in thread: Tom's Brew Shop - Additional $25 off 8 or 10 gal brew kettles on 12-17-2012 at 08:04 PM
    All systems go! not sure what the problem was, but it's working just fine.Tom

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  • Posted in thread: Pin lock liquid disconnect leak on 06-08-2012 at 11:10 PM
    The disconnect is made by Becker, the part is called the "Cap Washer". The cost is 25. you
    should be able to find this at any LHBS or online. The are sort of a square edged O-ring, so
    you standard ha...

  • Posted in thread: ball lock gas in disconnect will not stayon keg post on 09-20-2011 at 12:52 PM
    No special tool that we know of, but one way would be to use the short gas side dip tube to
    push the poppets in. this allows the center pin to move while being able to push the three legs
    further up i...

  • Posted in thread: ball lock gas in disconnect will not stayon keg post on 09-19-2011 at 02:00 AM
    zman, If you ever need help with a connector, post, stem/plug. Let mer know. I have a shop in
    Lakewood that has worked on these kegs for over 25 years. We can fix, repair or replace your
    kegs while yo...

  • Posted in thread: Kegs-History & Myths Dispelled on 06-10-2011 at 01:00 PM
    So are you saying that pin locks will remain available or all 5 gallon style kegs are going to
    be a thing of the past?I can imagine that there are enough ball locks for every man, woman, and
    child but...

  • Posted in thread: Kegs-History & Myths Dispelled on 06-09-2011 at 12:23 PM
    Do you have any ball lock kegs for sale? IIRC, you mentioned you are in a keg resale business.
    Got a link? I might be interested in grabbing a few if the price is right. just use a posting
    on craigs ...

  • Posted in thread: Kegs-History & Myths Dispelled on 06-09-2011 at 12:20 PM
    Do you see some new style of keg being brought out in the near future? I've just started
    brewing in the last year and haven't gone to kegging yet. But with each batch I"m drawing
    closer. What would yo...


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