Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by cxjon, Oct 19, 2003.
anyone know the going price of kegs? what would the price of 16 gallon icehouse keg?
call your local beer distributor. they would tell ya how much they cost.
its sunday player.... there closed. we want to have a 5 keg on halloween and i havent bought a keg in a while. wanted to know how much money was needed for the kegs you know. i thought it was 60or80 after deposit a keg... does that sound right?
yea for domestic is is. ummm, do you have a shell. if not i'm pretty sure that your gonna have to pay for them. i think they are like 30-50 bucks.
gotta get a tap too..dont forget about that. they can run you about 10 each.
LOL i didnt say you had to call them today man...LOL
shit man that is cheap, I paid 150 including deposit last year for a keg of coors light. I think the keg was 90 and the deposit was 60 on the keg, and that was from a large grocery chain.
I live in a college town were liquor stores fight for your business with cheap beer prices. i pay 13.50 for a 24 pack of mich golden light
we pay anywhere from 35-65 for a keg "depends on keg size and type of beer"
we carry 6 different kinds of bear on draft
having hook ups owns!
to bad I don't drink =)
we invited a ton of people so it should be pretty cool.... i hate the deposit.
28 box of molson canadian for 14 bucks
you have to pay attention to how much your buying. There is a huge difference between a quarter barrel and a full keg.
I personally have never bought a keg, but I know that my brother-in-law, bought one, to keep, put it in his bar in the back yard used that ever since. I am not too sure how much the keg was itself, I think he paid 120 brand new with beer in it. It might have been a little less, it has been a while.
how much for a keg of Bacardi 151!!! -_-
30 cans of high life for 13 bucks, aka dirty thirty
beer varies by state.
it is almost DOUBLE in ct compared to new york.... froma 6-pack to a keg
30 pack on sale at Shaw's of keystone light or coor extra good is 10 bucks. I don't drink those beers, but I got a lot of work done on my blazer for two 30 packs of coor extra gold.
yeah what meth said. 1/4 kegs cost A WHOLE LOT LESS than a full. i forget how much a 1/4 can feed...
I say have the party goers pay a rate to drink as much as they want to pay for however much the kegs will be. I personally have never bought a keg (don't like beer) but I went to a party once where they were charging like $10 per person to those who wanted to drink (everyone that purchased said it was better than going to a club and spending way more than that so you shouldn't have a problem with people wanting to purchase) and with about 100 people they did really good. Just a suggestion.
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