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HenryHill

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All of the Corneliuses (Cornelii, sause... heh) and Spartenburgs that I have seen have black handles and bases, and all of the Firestone's I have seen are blue.

SO, is Firestone the only company that did the blue? I have seen reference to other colors, but haven't seen them myself; where do these come from, if they do indeed exist?

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I have two green kegs that are labeled as cornelious made keg. They where both labeled for canada dry ginger ale.
 

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If I recall correctly all my colored tops are Firestone. I have green, blue and red.

I use the green ones as secondaries and bent the bev tube upward slightly so as to not transfer any yeast to another corny I plan on taking on a road trip.
 
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missing link said:
My green ball lock is 7 up and my blue one says Dr. Pepper if I remember right.
There should be a manufacturers name embossed into the stainless near the top. Could you check and see what make these are?They may also include a model name such as Challenger and a 'Mark' series roman numeral.
 

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