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Old 02-12-2013, 03:51 PM   #61
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My order is spot on. Thanks again for organizing this!

I would be interested in a group keg buy, just not right now. Later in the spring would work better for me, but don't slow down this buy on account of my behalf if folks are really interested right now.


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Old 02-12-2013, 04:14 PM   #62
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As soon as I get the quote on kegs I'll post another thread and we'll just see how long it takes to fill up the "minimum" order. Guessing it will take a few weeks, but after how fast this grain buy filled-up, who knows!


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Old 02-12-2013, 04:17 PM   #63
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I am interested in ball-lock kegs but it might have to be at least a couple months from now, this was pretty much my discretionary spending for the Spring. :-S

My last batch of kegs were $22 each shipped from CHI Company (this was a few years ago!) so I'm still suffering from price shock there!! yikes!

Order verified, everything looks groovy to me.
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I am interested in ball-lock kegs but it might have to be at least a couple months from now, this was pretty much my discretionary spending for the Spring. :-S

My last batch of kegs were $22 each shipped from CHI Company (this was a few years ago!) so I'm still suffering from price shock there!! yikes!

Order verified, everything looks groovy to me.
Wow, $22? I'd buy like 4 for that price. It seems the price goes up every year as the used kegs disappear.
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Yeah, exactly - This was while used/decommissioned Pepsi Ball-Lock kegs were still abundantly available. I am pretty sure the deal was $19 each plus shipping cost, I gotta dig in my email to find the invoice... It also means that I'm glad I pulled the trigger on all those extras in 2008 - as now they're all worth around double what I bought them for! (I think I have 13 kegs total right now. Down from 16 or 17.)

Sorry. Off Topic, as most things I post are. Carry on.
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My order looks correct! Thanks for all the hard work. Will have to send a couple bottles of my BDSA your way for splitting up the bags like this.
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My order looks correct! Thanks for all the hard work. Will have to send a couple bottles of my BDSA your way for splitting up the bags like this.
While I neither expect, nor demand it, I would more than appreciate any beer donations made.
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My order looks good. If we end up placing another order I would pick up more, but for now that will be perfect.

I would also love a group buy on kegs. I picked up my last round from midwest when they had them all 50% off. I am patiently waiting for that sale to come around again, but if we could get a group buy around that price that would be awesome.
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so far I know that shipping for 20 kegs is $130, or $6.50 per keg, which is really reasonable. Depends now on what the per keg price would be. Might need to do 30 kegs, will let you know once i get details.
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Is that a 15.5 gallon keg?


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