Somebody has to ask the questions. It's fun helping new brewers.
Today I agreed to sell 3 kegs for $100 to a guy that has been brewing for a year and started building his first keezer. I ended up knocking it down to $80 and told him I'd get him some o-rings when my McMaster order comes in.
Countless brewers paved the way and figured everything out the hard way. They passed the knowledge on and it is our duty and privilege to do the same.
Next time you meet a new extract brewer, tuck him or her under your wing and pay it forward.