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We're in the process of incorporating our club and applying for non-profit status with the IRS under Section 501(c)7.  I'm wondering what clubs that have done this in the past have put down in the "Activities and Operational Information" section of IRS form 1024.  How detailed did you actually get?  Are there any examples you can share?

Thanks,
--Sam

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Looking at getting a kegerator. Don't have the time or inclination to DIY. I'd like to get something that I can order to my configuration and have it arrive and just work. I'm looking at this model from BeverageFactory.com:

http://www.beveragefactory.com/draftbeer/kegerators/dualkegerator/Kegco_K209B-2_dual_faucet_kegerator.html

Does anyone have any experience with this model? Any feedback on buying from BeverageFactory.com would also be appreciated.

Thanks.

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General Homebrew Discussion / Small Batch questions
« on: August 22, 2012, 08:26:09 AM »
Now that I've got a few 5 gallon batches under my belt, I want to start doing some recipe crafting, etc.  I'd like to dial in to a pale ale that really works for me.  I don't think I want to do it in 5 gallon batches.  Seems like too much product for what I'm considering a series of incremental (and sometimes competing) experiments in recipe changes.  So I'm thinking about doing 2.5 gal batches.  The question I have, is what equipment do you use for fermentation (primary and secondary)?  Mostly concerned about oxidation while sitting in the fermenter(s) with a lot more headspace due to the lower liquid volume.

Any insights/suggestions/recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
--Sam

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Kegging and Bottling / Mixing Commercial and Homebrew Kegs on one system
« on: August 08, 2012, 10:38:49 AM »
Hi.  Newb here.  Recently started homebrewing and have a couple of batches under my belt.  Not ready to start kegging yet, but definitely see the appeal.  I've been looking at getting a two-tap kegerator system for the home, and would like to have the option to have both a commercial 1/6 keg and a home brew keg on tap.  Is that possible with the CO2?  Does each line have it's own regulator?

Thanks in advance,
--Sam

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