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Old 01-09-2011, 04:49 AM   #1
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Default Drinking the first pint out of my new kegerator

I went with Denver Pale Ale from Great Divide. Actually SWMBO made that decision for me. Just another reason why I love her so much. I can't wait for the first batch of homebrew to go in there


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Old 01-09-2011, 05:45 AM   #2
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Congrats. A kegerator is a lovely thing!


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Old 01-09-2011, 06:23 AM   #3
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Just got mine up and running with faucets thursday night.
i'm very happy its finished, and by finished i mean that i can get 2 beers from the faucets and i need to get 2 more faucets, and a love controller to sexify it!
so i guess its not finished yet!
congrats, i hope your as happy as i am!
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Be prepared to have more friends now :-D
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Pickup corny's when you can. Check Craigs list, if you are patient, you'll find great deals.

I recently purchased ball-lock kegs for $12 each from a soda company.
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Pickup corny's when you can. Check Craigs list, if you are patient, you'll find great deals.

I recently purchased ball-lock kegs for $12 each from a soda company.
I am keeping a close eye on craigslist for cornies and a new tower/faucet if I can find one cheap enough. I know I can fit 2 cornies possibly 3 but I need to check
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I'm so happy for the two of you!



And it's great that your SWMBO gets some enjoyment out of it too ;-)


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