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Old 12-13-2012, 08:35 PM   #1
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Default Co2 filled in MA

Howdy all! Did a search and didnt turn up much...I'm new to kegging...Just curious to see where you guys all get your tanks filled at/how much/if its a swap or fill? Figured we could all benefit


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Old 12-13-2012, 08:56 PM   #2
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Not much info on the interwebs but Golddiggie sent out this link:

http://www.bfd.org/CO2_fill.htm

I normally do NFG Homebrew just because they're good people.


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Old 12-13-2012, 11:55 PM   #3
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Moved in from Kansas, did we?

Are you really in Boston, or out in a suburb? If you pin down where you're at I bet someone will hit you up with their go-to gas dealer.

fwiw, I get my C02 tanks exchanged at my LHBS (Strange Brew in Marlboro) but in addition to Golddiggies' list you can add another AirGas at 1 Plank Street,
Billerica, MA 01821-5726. I get my O2 tank and welding tanks swapped there...

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Hey Guys, thanks for the info! I'm actually north of Boston in the Woburn/Burlington area...so i think i might check out Airgas in Billerica, thanks!

I also found this little gem, courtesy of The Worts: http://wiki.wort.org/cgi-bin/moin.cg..._CO2_Locations
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I live in Concord and use Keane Fire And Safety Equipment Co.
1500 Main St.
Waltham, MA 02451 781-899-6565

reasonable prices, I drop off in morning, my wife picks up at lunch.
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I live in Concord and use Keane Fire And Safety Equipment Co.
1500 Main St.
Waltham, MA 02451 781-899-6565

reasonable prices, I drop off in morning, my wife picks up at lunch.
I live in Waltham, this place is great. Friendly service and good hours if you work a 9 to 5 (open at 6:30 or 7 I think).
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Not much info on the interwebs but Golddiggie sent out this link:

http://www.bfd.org/CO2_fill.htm

I normally do NFG Homebrew just because they're good people.
You get yours there? They are good people. And they have a nice store there, upstairs. (They still upstairs?)

I moved to the Shires, so I no longer go there, but it used to be a great place to pick up what you needed and say hi.
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$10 to fill a 5lb tank at:

Gorham Fire Appliance Co.
288 Willard St Quincy, MA 02169
(617) 472-5785


Also try here:

Dental, Medical, and Industrial Gas Co.
21 Wolcott Ct.
Readville,Ma. 02136
(617) 361-4600
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I'm south of Boston, I get mine filled at new bedford welding supply.
There's a place in weymouth on 1a just past the fore river bridge, or you could just search for welding supply in your area
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I use Standard Repair & Welding Supply in Plymouth - 5 Raffaele Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360 - (508) 830-0567


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