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Leg Maker

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Just wondering where you guys fill your Co2 canisters when using a keg system.
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CMH
 

Kevin Dennis

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Most welding supply shops will either fill your bottle or exchange it with a full one.

Another option is a place that fills fire extinguishers.

If you are considering setting up a kegging system go with the bigger bottle you won't regret it.
 

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Most welding supply shops will either fill your bottle or exchange it with a full one.

Another option is a place that fills fire extinguishers.

If you are considering setting up a kegging system go with the bigger bottle you won't regret it.
+1 to all of the above

Many of the liquor stores that sell keg beer around here also fill co2 tanks. Cost to fill a 5# tank is around $12 here, with a 10# only being $2-$3 more, and a 20# only a few more than that. The biggest bottle you have room for will be way more cost effective in the long run.
 

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Look for paintball supply stores also. Thats where I get my tanks filled.
 

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