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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewald Posthumus View Post
    Nope, it lasts around a month and a half up to two months - if you refrigerate the keg, it lasts longer.
    Dewald,

    Delete this post, im buying a keg for my bar and if swambo asks, I have someone to blame.

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    Flee, plenty of places around, friend of mine installed the full system in his house for R9k.

    I bought a full SAB wooden keg used at concerts on the 90's for R1000 from a pawn shop around the corner. Best thing about this unit is that it is fully portable, it only needs ice to cool the beer.

    Guess who is taking draught along on the next fishing trip to Milibangala this year? No toilets, no showers, but hell, we have draught!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flee View Post
    Question, I heard that a keg only last about 5 day's, the the beer goes off?
    I wanted to install one at home.
    I dont understand why people want to go to the expense of installing commercial kegging systems in their home... and then fill them with crap beer ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonB View Post
    I dont understand why people want to go to the expense of installing commercial kegging systems in their home... and then fill them with crap beer ...

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    No Beer going in mine... CASTE Larger ONLY!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flee View Post
    No Beer going in mine... CASTE Larger ONLY!!!!


    My point exactly...... But erm.. We agree on one thing.. castle isn't beer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbus View Post

    And where did you get that chiller ?
    I think you know

    I was very lucky to have it made at just under cost price (he didn't have change for all my notes) :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenD View Post
    Cavok...thanks, will check Boobtube for some guidance videos.
    Ahem! Ya, boobtube will show a very different way to um, undress a keg

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    Ok so does anyone know how to open an sab keg so I can pour my 25l of weissbier into it ? Apparently there is a safety pin you have to remove the 1st time


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    Did u find a keg ? And where and what cost if u dont mind sharing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewald Posthumus View Post
    Nope, it lasts around a month and a half up to two months - if you refrigerate the keg, it lasts longer.
    Are you sure its 2 months? Isnt it more like 2 weeks?

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    I had to bite the bullet... And bought a 30l keg full of a local light beer from the bottle store. we then consumed that as a group .... We now have an empty keg to put proper beer in, I'm debating taking it to the clarens brewery and seeing if they will fill it .... Hmmmmm but u can out open it without knowledge on how to,


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    Default Re: were to get a keg for home brewing

    Keg swop
    I recently got a 50L keg from a friend, but can't do 50L batches yet. I want to know would anybody be willing to swop me for a corney keg?
    Thanks

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