Are they aluminum or stainless?
I know some scrap metal prices are up, is it worth a trip to the recyclers to drop off a couple old kegs?
Must be aluminum - a magnet would stick to stainless right?
The labels from the place that they came from are still on top - don't you have to pay a deposit on these things? I wonder if I take them back if I can get the deposit? I don't know how that works - I'm not a drinker.
In Tulsa the deposit is about $40 each. I would take them back to the place on the label. (Or at least call them.)
Most scrap yards won't take them because people steal them. I bought the last one I got for $9.
If you want to sell it, PM me and maybe we can work something out.
With a little work, one can make a really nice portable BBQ grill out of one for tailgating.
Its a punishment, because you have to deal with everyone who doesn't have it.
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to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson
Put beer in it.
That'd be a mistake - there's already a little splashing around in the bottom of each of them and if the labels are accurate it has been in there since last year. These things will need a good cleaning before they can be used.
If it's full of tannerite and you have the range & rifle to shoot it, it would have an awesome value!
Even with labels any beer seller will take them in for deposit on full kegs.
they have value, if you think not just look on ebay.
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