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stretch69

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hey guys,

Im still fairly new to kegging, only have two ball lock corny's, but i need to get a couple more to keep production flowing smoothly.

From what i've read on these forums they're getting pretty hard to come by, i bought my first two from www.mybeershop.com.au for about 100 bucks delivered which i thought was pretty good, they clearly state that they're in pretty average condition but i didn't think they're too bad.

I'm wanting to know is this a good deal or has anyone got any other good places to get them from? , even better if you're in Adelaide!

thanks stretch
 

peas_and_corn

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Bill from beermaker Holden Hill sells em. BeerBelly sells them, that's in Blair Athol.
 

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hardest thing at the moment is making sure the ones you buy have got relief valves in the lid.. a lot don't these days..

(i've always wanted to say this!) how about the sponsors at the top of the page
 

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Connor Breware in perth were doing cheap kegs, with reasonable postage, may be worth checking out.
Make sure you request ones with releif valves, makes life easier.
Cheers
Robbo
 

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Thanks for the recommendation of us Robbo.

22 days till I have stock in I'm afraid. Shipping is taking twice as long on this consignment.

Ciro
 

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I've had four from mybeershop. Servicable just about. One had caked on syrup shit on the inside that needed some serious elbow grease to scrub out. Another had a bashed post, still works though. The last two looked like they'd lived in a jungle for ten years. They needed a serious scrubbing. Still for $90 a pair and a tenner for post, proper ball-lock ones with relief valves, not too shabby.

If only I could say the same for the flow control taps I bought off ebay. One barely pours at all...
 

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I can only see pin lock kegs on the mybeershop site ATM, how long ago did you get the ball lock kegs?
 

stretch69

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felten said:
I can only see pin lock kegs on the mybeershop site ATM, how long ago did you get the ball lock kegs?
Shit I didn't notice that the other day, I got my two about six months ago, they must have run out, that sucks
 

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