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Old 09-12-2008, 10:15 PM   #11
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brewbrain...did you manage to find a midwest kit with perlicks or did you go with the keg connection one?

Im looking to get the same type of set up and I like the midwest prices.
I grabbed the Midwest deal. I called them and got Perlicks swapped in. The price difference really made it a no-brainer as the Perlicks on kegconnection's site were priced almost the same as Midwest. Plus, I've dealt a little with Midwest and have been happy with them in the past. Kegconnection would have been new to me, although I'm sure they're fine.

I should take delivery next week


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