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is that a 64 oz or 128 oz. growler? I had a 64oz. I never used, so I gave it to a buddy of mine who kept asking about it. now with the mini kegs, I really had no use for it

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That sir is a 128 oz growler. It's quite nice for me and my buddy sharing beers. We try to split batches 50/50 so I just drink at his house all night and then fill my growler and go home. Usually with a few sixers of whatever we just bottled. What's really nice is you can actually carb in it. So this one I took home and jacked the psi up to 20 and a day later it had finished carbing. It was already mostly carbed but the little co2 tank has no problem pumping out the psi.

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problem with the 64oz. for me was not enuf beer to hold, just enuf to piss me off beer! Ha! but I got cheap. have you heard of GrowlerWerks,com?

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I haven't done any research at all with these. My buddy got a 64oz one for him and a 128 for me. We basically have the same thing with our kegs, it's just the growlers are easier to transport. They seem to be even more expensive than legs so we're considering getting another 5 gallon or possibly a few 3 gallon ones. They're basically the same price which is stupid, but 3 gallons just makes more sense.

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and what I discovered, a 3 gallon keg will fit nicely into a 10 gallon igloo full of ice and with the co2 charger/ dispenser lines!

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got a few pics on my gallery, and I also purchased the co2 charger with the regulator you have on your 128 oz growler. dnt buy those little bicycle chargers they're cheap plastic and their seals blow out. this is what I found out the hard way recently

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