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Propeller Kegs

Post by elreplica » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:31 pm

Man I'm digging Propeller's beer as of late...was ok with the bottles and cans and decided to grab a keg to keep beer flow going until my pipeline filled a bit....well...now grabbing a keg every 7-10 days and you cannot beat their prices along with a fantastic selection. Love the whole keg deal and will rig up a transfer line to drive the beer into my 2.5 gallon cornies for my outdoor igloo cooler kegerator for the upcoming summer.

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At Bat: several Czech Pils
On Deck: Cream Ale
In the Hole: Kolsch
Clean Up: Tall Ships Ale clones
On tap: Propeller Pils, Festa Cream Ale

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Re: Propeller Kegs

Post by Beert » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:38 pm

Cool. I’ve consumed (guzzled)quite a bit of Propeller products up until a couple years ago when I started to brew my own. I think you chimed in on a different post to say they will fill a ball lock keg, correct me if I’m mistaken. Do you know how much they charge for a ball lock of their IPA and if you they can fill it on the spot.
What’s your product of choice?
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Re: Propeller Kegs

Post by elreplica » Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:13 pm

Beert wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:38 pm
Cool. I’ve consumed (guzzled)quite a bit of Propeller products up until a couple years ago when I started to brew my own. I think you chimed in on a different post to say they will fill a ball lock keg, correct me if I’m mistaken. Do you know how much they charge for a ball lock of their IPA and if you they can fill it on the spot.
What’s your product of choice?
Cheers!
My favs are the DIPA and Pils...kegs of Pils are $95/tax in and $100 for the DIPA...$150 deposit on Sanke D keg and no...they don't fill anyone else's - Corny or Sanke - only their own...If you want to play in the commercial beer league and easily tap your ball locks, this is the best way: get a Sanke connector and replace the gas/liquid tails with ball lock posts...keep in mind the contraption will be a tight fit with your kegs...just squeezes into one of my commercial Danby kegerators and I've not tried it on my other yet...here's what it looks like...about $80 tax in from Everwood...
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At Bat: several Czech Pils
On Deck: Cream Ale
In the Hole: Kolsch
Clean Up: Tall Ships Ale clones
On tap: Propeller Pils, Festa Cream Ale

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Re: Propeller Kegs

Post by Beert » Mon Jan 22, 2018 12:19 pm

elreplica wrote:
Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:13 pm
Beert wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:38 pm
Cool. I’ve consumed (guzzled)quite a bit of Propeller products up until a couple years ago when I started to brew my own. I think you chimed in on a different post to say they will fill a ball lock keg, correct me if I’m mistaken. Do you know how much they charge for a ball lock of their IPA and if you they can fill it on the spot.
What’s your product of choice?
Cheers!
My favs are the DIPA and Pils...kegs of Pils are $95/tax in and $100 for the DIPA...$150 deposit on Sanke D keg and no...they don't fill anyone else's - Corny or Sanke - only their own...If you want to play in the commercial beer league and easily tap your ball locks, this is the best way: get a Sanke connector and replace the gas/liquid tails with ball lock posts...keep in mind the contraption will be a tight fit with your kegs...just squeezes into one of my commercial Danby kegerators and I've not tried it on my other yet...here's what it looks like...about $80 tax in from Everwood...IMG_1255.JPG

Thanks for the info. Maybe I’ll try their Pils next time, decent price for sure.

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Re: Propeller Kegs

Post by elreplica » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:24 pm

They've got a good pipeline and recommend ordering 1-2 days ahead...winter and I've had no probs picking up drive bys...would be more diligent in summer for sure...
At Bat: several Czech Pils
On Deck: Cream Ale
In the Hole: Kolsch
Clean Up: Tall Ships Ale clones
On tap: Propeller Pils, Festa Cream Ale

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Re: Propeller Kegs

Post by elreplica » Thu Nov 08, 2018 7:33 am

Prices up $10 per keg as of August 2018...still not bad though...
At Bat: several Czech Pils
On Deck: Cream Ale
In the Hole: Kolsch
Clean Up: Tall Ships Ale clones
On tap: Propeller Pils, Festa Cream Ale

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