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    I thought they were great and had a 35l in my cart. But its short and stubby. Meaning i can only fit the snub nose in my ferm chamber. My plan was always 2x slimline corney kegs so ill have to pay almost dubbel for that. But then i can have 2x beers on rotation.

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    I cant checkout on brewmart. Is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jannieverjaar View Post
    I cant checkout on brewmart. Is it just me?

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    Dammit. Just me then.

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    That 35l looks tempting. I would rather buy a few of them instead of kegs. Serve straight from the fermenter

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLazyFisherman View Post
    That 35l looks tempting. I would rather buy a few of them instead of kegs. Serve straight from the fermenter

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    stainless kegs will outlast the plastic a few hundred years or so and not so susceptible to scratching. floating diptube or at least shortened should sort the trub issue. volume takes a dive, except if youre talking 30 - 50l kegs

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    Quote Originally Posted by groenspookasem View Post
    stainless kegs will outlast the plastic a few hundred years or so and not so susceptible to scratching. floating diptube or at least shortened should sort the trub issue. volume takes a dive, except if youre talking 30 - 50l kegs


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    Quote Originally Posted by groenspookasem View Post
    stainless kegs will outlast the plastic a few hundred years or so and not so susceptible to scratching. floating diptube or at least shortened should sort the trub issue. volume takes a dive, except if youre talking 30 - 50l kegs
    Are floating dip tubes available locally? I've only ever seen them on international websites...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rikusj View Post
    Are floating dip tubes available locally? I've only ever seen them on international websites...

    The unit comes with that ... or are you referring to replacement parts?
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    Sorry, I read groenie's post as referring to fitting a floating dip tube to a stainless steel keg like a corny... So wondering if we can buy floating dip tube seperately.

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