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Where to get a Keg... - August 2, 2009, 09:28 PM

So myself and some friends are looking to get a Kegorator... Just trying to figure out where the best place to get kegs is and about how much they cost... (domestic)

Going to make some calls tomorrow but if anyone has any tips, they would be appreciated. Around Stafford/Manassas/Fauquier county would be ideal.


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Kegerator!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are very handy in a living room. When'd you move to Richmond dude?
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Keg- Total Wine/Some Walmarts/Some Safeways. Total wine is the best shot. There is a total wine in Manassas off of 234 that is pretty cheap price wise. Be prepared for about $70 worth of refundable deposits though as well.

Kegorator- We built 2, just Craigslist for a free old fridge, and buy the gas hookup stuff from a site, and bingo, kegorator for ~$150

A keg of Natty is going to run about $60 without deposit, and Budlight/similar caliber are going to be about $90, anything else is too dark/heavy and wasted in a keg for a party. However, we got 4 kegs of Dos Equies one time for $30 a pop due to some overstock issue with a store near Virginia Beach. That kicked ass.


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deff total wine ftw...check local bbq spots and bars...some seel on the side


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Thanks, I'll call total wine tomorrow.

This is going to be for my friends living room, lol. Not really for a specific party or anything. I figure drink at least a dozen twelve packs a month of Micholob/Miller/Bud Light thats around $200 and = about 15 gallons... a full keg is about 15.5 gallons so $80 or $90 bucks a month for a keg is a steal, even if we buy a premade kegorator for $500 it would pay for itself.... Not to mention all the bottles we throw away... I mean recycle




oh, I wouldn't even serve Natty at a party...


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Roberts Oxygen in Manassas for the CO2. For $75ish you can buy another CO2 cylinder to have as a spare. It sucks to be 4 mugs into a new keg and run out of CO2, then your keg starts to go flatter and flatter every pull.
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We've got a kegerator in our house, and total beer & wine is about 75 ft from our driveway. We literally walk our kegs home it's so close. FTW




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Total Wine... Winner.

There is another shop in Herndon, near Elden and Herndon Pkwy on the end with 5 Guys. Not sure of the name of the shop. Great selection of Micro-brew kegs and not that much more $$. Plus for variety sake, they have the 1/2 and Pony Kegs.


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Most grocery stores will order them if they dont have stock, any beer or wine specialty store will do the same. (Norm's in vienna) however you really should look at Vienna Inn if you'd buy in Vienna, in 1999 I believe they sold the most beer in the state, impressive for such a small spot, until you realize that the entire basement is wall to wall kegs stacked 3+ high.


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Hmm, I don't know where you're getting a full keg (15.5) for $90. Around here you can get a 1/2 keg of BL for ~80.
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Hmm, I don't know where you're getting a full keg (15.5) for $90. Around here you can get a 1/2 keg of BL for ~80.
You're getting screwed. Unless there is a miss communication of full keg vs full barrel. A standard keg is a half barrel.


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