What front range breweries sell kegs?

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  1. poonamibaxter

    poonamibaxter Aspirant (260) Jun 26, 2007 Colorado
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    What breweries from the Springs up to the Fort sale kegs to consumers? Pricing?

    I haven't been home brewing lately so I converted one of my taps over to use a commercial keg and would like to start putting stuff other than GI and GD beers on tap.

    Great Divide does and I think it is a steal, also they will let you use your AHA discount to knock 20% off
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    Who else shares this wealth?
     
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  2. coreymcafee

    coreymcafee Initiate (125) May 30, 2006 Colorado
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    Keg of Yeti for $116??? Da-yumm!
     
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  3. alexipa

    alexipa Devotee (435) Oct 7, 2011 Colorado
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    Avery sells their regular line-up and the holy trinity in 5 gal and 15.5 gal kegs. I believe it's around $50/$90 for 5 gal and $115/$190 for 15.5. Not a bad price, but it's certainly tough to beat those prices at Great Divide. Thanks for the heads up on that!
     
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  4. LoganStegman

    LoganStegman Initiate (41) Jun 11, 2013 Colorado
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    You can get kegs from a lot of the front range guys. Oskar blues, left hand, breck, great divide, dry dock... I know that there are a few I'm missing as well.
     
  5. MYJELLOMISFIT

    MYJELLOMISFIT Initiate (0) Jan 14, 2007 Colorado

    Only thing with Great Divide is that their Keg Shell Deposit is $70 more than anywhere else.
     
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  6. DividedAvery

    DividedAvery Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2010 Colorado

    Get a Job, Hippie.
     
  7. MYJELLOMISFIT

    MYJELLOMISFIT Initiate (0) Jan 14, 2007 Colorado

    Really?
     
  8. MarkyMOD

    MarkyMOD Meyvn (1,136) Apr 5, 2012 Colorado
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    Aren't the majority of people in CO north of Colorado Springs with jobs, hippies (to one degree or another)?
     
  9. ssteigerwald

    ssteigerwald Aspirant (252) Mar 4, 2010 Colorado
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    I think anyone that lives outside of Co Springs is a hippie to the people that live there.
     
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  10. MarkyMOD

    MarkyMOD Meyvn (1,136) Apr 5, 2012 Colorado
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    Or maybe just someone without enough guns and too many things they enjoy? Don't want to stereotype or anything...
     
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  11. alexipa

    alexipa Devotee (435) Oct 7, 2011 Colorado
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    Well this thread took a strange turn...
     
  12. MarkyMOD

    MarkyMOD Meyvn (1,136) Apr 5, 2012 Colorado
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    Things get weird in Boulder, brahhh
     
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