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  • n. Plural form of kegerator.


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  • An old school, stand-up arcade game, yoga classes and several kegerators are also at employees' disposal.

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  • Online retailers and hawk essentials, such as beer kegerators, pool tables and Skee-Ball games.

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  • Deep-fried Twinkies, jars of moonshine and kegerators set up in the backs of recreational vehicles at Alabama's Talladega Superspeedway.

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  • But through the mystique of brewing and remember that illiterate alewives brewed for centuries using tried and true recipes and procedures before the dawn of kegerators, ph meters or hydrometers.

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  • That this unsteady manliness would be celebrated with big-screens and kegerators and

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  • That means keeping bars stocked at all hours, installing kegerators and letting programmers tip back a few while they code.

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  • Twenty-six states had put keg registration laws into effect by 2008, according to kegerators. com.

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  • My friends and I had all sorts of beer refrigeration apparatuses throughout our four years in college-old vending machines, industrial-size coolers, kegerators of varying quality-and


  • Travis Esquibel, owner of Tap That, an Oceanside kegerator company, said he had thought the bulk of his business would be renting out kegerators for special events.

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  • Driven by the large man-cave market, he now makes most of his money from selling and servicing kegerators.

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