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Old 01-16-2010, 03:30 PM   #1
May 2009
NE Ohio
Posts: 64

I just can't stop.

I brought home my third kegerator last night. It's a Kenmore. A few scratches appropriate for it's age, and all the gear to drop a keg into it. It joins my other two kegerators - a Bev Air and a vintage unit that I picked up for $30. All work, two have the gauges and full CO2 tanks, and are in good shape. The funny thing is, I have less than $300 in all three. I bought the vintage unit for the tank, gauge and tower to add to a refrigerator I already have. The other two were clearly "get this out of my house" kind of purchases.

Now that I think about it, a kegerator at the cabin would be nice. Maybe one at the office would boost morale. Oh, the possibilities . . .

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Old 01-16-2010, 05:13 PM   #2
Feb 2009
San Antonio, TX
Posts: 316

Lucky, I only have one... well time to play catch up. Congrads on your newest kegerator.
Shamrock and Thistle Brewery

Primary1- Mead
Primary2- Cherry Oak Stout
Primary3- Strawberry Blond Ale
Secondary- IPA
Bottled- English Barley Wine
Keg1- Agave Wit
Keg2- Pale Ale
Keg3- Shiner Clown
Keg4- AIR

Back from deployment and ready to Brew

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