Who says it has to be kegged? If the co-worker is still willing to help pay for ingredients... Why not brew up a 10 gallon batch (or more) of bottles for them...Or at that point you could probably work out a mix of beers. Hell, in Canada it would be better that those US imports of BMC... Don't get me wrong, if you can work a kegging set up out of it try. But explain that you were only conversing, but the offer of some "Custom made" brews for the wedding and efforts can still be offered. Not to mention some nice labels for the brews, and the obligatory honey wine (mead) for the honeymoon. Start collecting the bits and pieces of hardware needed. One piece at a time if you have to but it is definitely worth the wait and effort to keg.