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Old 02-26-2013, 03:42 AM   #1
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Default deep filtration for corny or full keg?

Is there an inexpensive ($100-$600) lenticular or plate filter that can filter between kegs? I need something that won't end up costing me too much money in the long run.

I purchased and use the MoreBeer filter, but I'm unhappy with the performance all around and want sterile filtration.

Thanks in advance.

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