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Old 08-27-2007, 01:30 PM   #21
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Don't forgot to add your increasing tolerance to alcohol into the equation. It's going to take more and more beer at the rate ya'll are going. Maybe even exponentially more.

Better yet, just quit drinking for a while. When you start again, 30 should be waaay more than enough.

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Old 08-27-2007, 01:32 PM   #22
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Don't forgot to add your increasing tolerance to alcohol into the equation. It's going to take more and more beer at the rate ya'll are going. Maybe even exponentially more.

Better yet, just quit drinking for a while. When you start again, 30 should be waaay more than enough.

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sounds boooring :/:
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Old 08-27-2007, 01:32 PM   #23
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and margaritas... and vodka, and brandy, and gin, and ????
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Old 08-27-2007, 01:33 PM   #24
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Gotta go to class, this will continue in an 1.5 hours.
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sounds boooring :/:

Why? It's not like you'll be doing math problems in the mean time.
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Old 08-27-2007, 01:39 PM   #27
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i think my old roomate built his kegerator off ebay for about $130.

thing was sweet.

then my other buddy built his, with 3 taps (1 15.5 gallon kegs and 2 ponies). kept it stocked with two rows beer.

the freezers of course were stocked with mugs.

but since you guys drink the stoners, it will probably be fine for you guys to keep buying the stoners until yall decide to buy real beer. and a keg of keystone can't be much more than $50. We were buying bud light kegs at $60 and that came with ice and cups.

but we had our own shells...
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I find a lot of CL and ebay but too many are full-size fridges and we don't want to have to pay the electric bill on ANOTHER fridge/freezer, so we are looking for a full-size keg in a mini-fridge package. I am waiting to hear back from Jet on a price for his :thumbup:
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i use to be in the beer business and i will tell you this. one keg = seven 24packs. it is cheaper to buy kegs if you have an empty one already. the first keg purchase without an empty will run you about $80+. after that it should be a little cheaper but then again, it all depends on what beer you buy. i am not sure if keystone is offered in a keg. kegs don't last too long like bottle/can beer. keg beer can get over pressurized by the co2 and cause i nasty beer taste and you have to clean your beer lines every so often or yeast will build up in you lines leaving a funky smell or taste. let me know if i can be anymore help
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i use to be in the beer business and i will tell you this. one keg = seven 24packs. it is cheaper to buy kegs if you have an empty one already. the first keg purchase without an empty will run you about $80+. after that it should be a little cheaper but then again, it all depends on what beer you buy. i am not sure if keystone is offered in a keg. kegs don't last too long like bottle/can beer. keg beer can get over pressurized by the co2 and cause i nasty beer taste and you have to clean your beer lines every so often or yeast will build up in you lines leaving a funky smell or taste. let me know if i can be anymore help
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wow ... Keystone ... brings back memories ... I can proudly say that since graduating from college I've never had that sorry excuse of a beer to touch my lips ... HOWEVER ... man it's hard to beat it's buzz to bucks ratio.
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I have one brand new in the box with a stainles steel front door and everything you need for it CO2 bottle, lines, tower just buy a keg and drink beer.
$500
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Keg = 15.5 gallons / 1984 ounces
30 pack = 360 ounces

A 30 pack of Keystone runs you about 3 cents an ounce at $13.50 a box.

A keg of Natty runs you just at 2 cents an ounce at $50 a keg

(which is about what you should pay for cheap stuffs like natty. Miller and Bud should run you around 75 and good stuff like shiner, closer to a bill)
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I was looking at mah numbers, and it turns out that when dealing with price per ounce it's important to note the number in the thousandths place.


natty in a keg is really like .25 cents per ounce
Keystone in a 30 pk is like .37 cents per ounce

this makes a 12 ounce beer from the keg cost you around 30 cents, and a can of beer from the box around 45 cents.

so, 30 beers out of the keg costs you around $9
30 beers from a box is, like you said, $13.50
save around four dollars on every 30 pack.
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^^^^^^^^
Which is 33.3% savings per 30 pack. So it's like finding the beer on sale everyday at 33.3% off and of course less trips to the store to pick them up.
And who can put a price on draft beer the taste is priceless......
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