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Old 01-31-2013, 11:59 PM   #1
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I have five 13.2 gallon sankey kegs. These have a 8 inch hole cut in the top. Hole is cleaned and debured. Theses kegs are 15.5 inches wide and 22 inches tall. They make nice DIY 10 gallon fermentors. I am selling them for $80.00 including shipping. These are used kegs taken out of service because either the neck or stem leaked. The inside is cleaned. The may have minor dings in them no dents. They may also have labels or glue residue on the outside. If interested email me at terry@kegglebrewing.com. I can send a pay pal invoice. Price is the same for 1 or all.


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Old 02-01-2013, 01:49 AM   #2
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How do you make these into fermenters with an 8" hole in the top?


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Old 02-01-2013, 02:07 AM   #3
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Sorry for my ignorance but I've never heard or seen a 13.2gal keg. Is that considered a 1/4brl? Can you post pic to outside?
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Sorry for my ignorance but I've never heard or seen a 13.2gal keg. Is that considered a 1/4brl? Can you post pic to outside?
I think it's a European size keg as it equals 50 liters. A quarter keg would be 7.75 gallons.
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Thank barryfine. I'm not as stupid as I think I am. Pedalbiker PM sent.
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How do you make these into fermenters with an 8" hole in the top?
Weld in an 8" tri-clover ferrule
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Weld in an 8" tri-clover ferrule
Looks like brewers hardware has the ferrule, clamp, gasket, and cap. First result in google.
http://www.brewershardware.com/8-Tri...rule-Long.html
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This is the easiest way I found to ferment in a keg
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Can you explain the awesomeness we are seeing?

That looks like a pony and somehow you have threaded bolts through it on the right picture...not sure what is happening on the left but Im pretty sure this is what I want...


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