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Old 10-14-2012, 03:33 AM   #1
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I have a friend that has been brewing, but is slowing down big time. He had 2 corny kegs and a 10# co2 tank that he decided he wasn't going to use. So, he gave them to me! I now have 3 kegs. I got hooked up with a regulator 2 kegs and a tank for free. I can't believe my luck right now. Still got to get a fridge and all the hoses and I will be kegging. Sweet baby Jesus I'm stoked.

What kind of taps do you all recommend for a Kegerator and where are the best places to order kegging supplies?

 
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:03 AM   #2
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Buying perlick faucets now will cost less than buying cheap ones now and upgrading to perlicks later. Farmhouse brewing supply often has the best prices on them, but a limited selection for other kegging parts. I've heard good things on here about keg cowboy, keg connection, and kegerators.com as well.
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