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Old 11-20-2012, 07:47 AM   #1
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Just looking for some input, i am looking to start keging my homebrew and have a chance to buy a danby kegerator USED for $150. it comes with a almost filled co2 tank, dual gage regulator, and tap. It fits a 15.5Gal keg, but the only problem is the temp control doesnt work and the refrigerator stays at 41F, which i dont think is to bad. Is this a good buy to start keging?

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Old 11-20-2012, 08:58 AM   #2
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Well the tank and regulator are worth at least half that.
41° isn't a bad temp for beer so that's OK.

You aren't going to be using the full size keg so can you fit a couple corny kegs into it?

I suppose it comes down to what are you going to want or need for a kegorator?
If you're going to want 5 beers on tap, this thing will never get you there.
If this has enough capacity for what you want it's probably a pretty good deal.
Let's see if I keep this updated!

On tap
Black Butte clone

In secondary
Pumpkin ale

In primary
Honey wit

Up next.. Firestone Union Jack clone
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