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Old 07-19-2013, 04:39 PM   #11
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Would you be willing to trade it for a 1/4 barrel sanke keg?
No- I ferment 10 gallons in them. 1/4 barrel is to small.


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Old 07-21-2013, 02:25 PM   #12
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If you are looking for a keg in Illinois try kegcraft.com. They sold me a "damaged" keg. The keg looked like it had been used twice. He said they had some that were manufactured wrong and leaked where the spear went in. Perfect for homebrewing.


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Old 07-21-2013, 05:10 PM   #13
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If you are looking for a keg in Illinois try kegcraft.com. They sold me a "damaged" keg. The keg looked like it had been used twice. He said they had some that were manufactured wrong and leaked where the spear went in. Perfect for homebrewing.
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:35 PM   #14
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Are you still looking for a standard 1/2 barrel keg to trade? I have one in great shape that I would be willing to trade for this rubber coated one.

I live just down the street from Naperville.
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Old 11-21-2013, 03:45 PM   #15
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Are you still looking for a standard 1/2 barrel keg to trade? I have one in great shape that I would be willing to trade for this rubber coated one.

I live just down the street from Naperville.
If he doesn't need the trade, I might be up for taking this off your hands. I can trade brew or pay ya if the price is right. It would become my MLT down the road.

Heck, I could brew you 5 gallons of beer if you wanted for trade
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If he doesn't need the trade, I might be up for taking this off your hands. I can trade brew or pay ya if the price is right. It would become my MLT down the road.

Heck, I could brew you 5 gallons of beer if you wanted for trade
That is why I wanted the rubber coated keg in trade, for my new MLT. I have outgrown my 10gal igloo as my MLT and it will now be the HLT after converting the 1/2 barrel to an open tank.

I have no problem using the keg I have now for my MLT but the thought of having a nice rubber coating to help insulate under a wrap or two of reflectix is intriguing.
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That is why I wanted the rubber coated keg in trade, for my new MLT. I have outgrown my 10gal igloo as my MLT and it will now be the HLT after converting the 1/2 barrel to an open tank.

I have no problem using the keg I have now for my MLT but the thought of having a nice rubber coating to help insulate under a wrap or two of reflectix is intriguing.
That's a good idea. Good luck!


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