New to kegging

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bramptonbrewer
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New to kegging

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I'm looking to start kegging, but quickly realized how expensive it can be. Does anyone know where I can find some refurbished equipment.(c02 tank, regulator and kegs)

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Warthaug
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Keep an eye on kijiji and criagslist. I got part of my current setup from the former; paid about $50 for stuff that would have been well over $400 new.

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check this out bramptonbrewer http://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details.htm ... 1070434014

i'm looking into kegging myself. I'm just not sure what to look for when buying second hind items. I like this site though, they give yo uan assurance for their 2nd hand items... http://www.kegoutlet.com/homebrew-keg-kits.html

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