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Old 11-27-2009, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default My New Keggle From Keggle Brewing

I just received my keggle from Kegglebrewing.com . I normally don't post topics like this but I wanted to based on the quality of the product. I have looked into building my own keggle but quickly determined based on my skill set that it would be easier for me to buy one. So looking around really the only place I found them online was through Sabco and they were very pricey. The other day I noticed the Keggle Brewing banner on the site and checked it out. Their pricing was a lot more reasonable. Once the keggle showed up I was shocked at how awesome the quality was. The keg, while used, looks like it had been polished. The sight-glass, thermometer and ball valve are all of very high quality. And the even included a new roll of pipe thread tape! I couldn't be happier with the keggle and will definitely be ordering from them in the future. Take my word with a grain of salt I guess, but I thought it was worth while posting since they are a new sponsor and I know there are less technically inclined people like my self out there. Here is a pic of the keggle as well. Cheers.



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Old 11-27-2009, 09:04 PM   #2
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That's a very nice keggle you got there


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Old 11-27-2009, 09:10 PM   #3
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i like the 3 peice ball valve..
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Old 11-28-2009, 07:01 AM   #4
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Very nice. I bet swmbo wishes i went that route. I just got done cutting the top off my keggle, in the basement. The house smells terrible! My bad.
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Very nice. I bet swmbo wishes i went that route. I just got done cutting the top off my keggle, in the basement. The house smells terrible! My bad.
This may become a win win thing for the next process as SWMBO may allow extra money for your brewing project.

When I bring out Mr. Visa while on the phone the background noise is "how much is this going to cost?". I just spent $270 before shiping from Oz last night for performance Discovery engine parts. The rest of the world gets the HP parts but not us smog bound crap in Kalifornia or USA. We must import and install it.
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mordantly; I LMAO everytime I see that old word / mind reading thing.

My wife was pissed when I came home with a Hypertherm Max 20 Plasma machine until she found out I snagged it for only $125 and what it can do for her. I made plant and bird feeder stands so she's jazzed now, hell let her do some cutting, a "welcome to my world" thing.
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Nice kettle thanks for sharing.
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mordantly; I LMAO everytime I see that old word / mind reading thing.

My wife was pissed when I came home with a Hypertherm Max 20 Plasma machine until she found out I snagged it for only $125 and what it can do for her. I made plant and bird feeder stands so she's jazzed now, hell let her do some cutting, a "welcome to my world" thing.
A HyperTherm for $125. I'd crap myself if I found a deal like that.

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This was at a business that liquidates estates and antiques my friend runs. He thought this Hypertherm was a welder. I corrected him plus at closing time he brought it over to my rental house to test it, it worked great. Cash sold on the spot.
I have a Miller service and repair 6 miles away with both techs as friends for the past 20 years. Kark Weber tested my machine it works like new. Oh the checking charge, 2 six packs Miller Light, yuck but Karl's happy plus gave me swirl chambers and extra tips free new. They quit service with Hypertherm hence spare parts collecting dust. It works great vs $1,200 to $1,300 the going price but I sure like that Miller 375 Plasma. Karl got me a great deal on my 1992 Miller Synchrowave 350 fully loaded ($3,782 out the door in 1992) as well the 251 w/30A gun ($2,506 out the door in 2002) I purchased both brand new. Now my hobby toys, lathe and Bridgeport also.
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lucky! i gotta get a plasma. works good. just need to half fill the keg before taking its cap off... the slag made rust spots on mine. i need to dip it in nitric acid.


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