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Old 06-14-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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KEG transporting... 700miles?

i have an empty keg of Shiner Bock.... and seeing as i live in oklahoma city, cant get good beer... i am going to biloxi for training, i was going to take my empty keg of shiner, take it up to alabama and exchange it for a full keg of Yuengling so i dont have to pay the keg deposit... you cant buy yuengling in oklahoma, would like to put it in my kegerator...

so if i put this empty keg in my truck bed... and have it sit there for a month or two till i get back, will i have to worry about it expanding and contracting? will it build pressure and explode? dont know much about kegs... i was thinking since its empty it wont expand.... whats a good way to transport it?

i was thinking one of those big rubbermade containers where it has the red latchs on the side, that way i can run a lock through it and lock it to the bed... and on the trip home fill it with ice to keep my Yuengling cold...

any ideas?
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If you're going to be there a month or two wait until you're ready to head home to make the swap.
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If you're going to be there a month or two wait until you're ready to head home to make the swap.
that was the plan, when i go to drive back here, i'm going to swing up to mobile buy the keg and drive back to oklahoma

just wanted to make sure i can keep the empty in my truck for 2 months without damaging it
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Won't be a problem at all.
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good good. just wanted to verify
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