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Purchase co2

Me started to panic. Begin this week. I was getting low on co2. The restaurant at work closed. So me thinking. Damn i do run out of co2. So i decided to go to the whole seller. For heineken. And cocacola. They where nice. No you can not become. A client unless. You have a paper from chamber of comerce. Well my brew buddy has a conpany here on island. Did ask him. For a copy. Sure. No big deal. No i am a client. Got my self. 2. 20 lbs tanks. Co2. Price. For both tanks 60 dollar. Had to exhange. My empty ones. So no need for a deposit. Moral to the story. Me happy. And no more begging. For co2. I go direct to the source

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We are even running out of CO2 here. Or so the news is says. You could always prime your kegs and get carbonation naturally first before hooking up to gas I suppose.

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That could be the option. Hhaha. Dont tell my brewbuddy. That i use priming sugar. He has diabetics

I’m pretty sure I can get gas when I need it but what I was concerned about is sure I can bottle but how would I get the beer out of already full kegs

The sugar will ferment out completely and just give you CO2 and a tiny bit of alcohol.

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Turn em upside down, put a picnic tap on a gas qd.

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Hope we don’t get there

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I was in panic mode Wednesday when my 2nd bottle ran dry. Turns out I found a beer distributor near my house that fills a 5 pounder for $7.50. My LHBS charges me per pound and it’s usually 17 and some change for a 5lb fill.

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Yea that’s cheap. I get mine from a fire equipment company. About 20 for the 5 lb and 30ish for the 20 lb.

There are plenty of welding supply companies in my area. Went into one and they happily filled a 5lb tank for $14. I am sure I will be seeing a lot more of him coming up!

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