Purchase Keg of Fuller's ESB

Where can I purchase a keg of Fuller's ESB for the Christmas season? Preferably online, google isn't helping - perhaps you know if it's possible.
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donk a écrit : >Where can I purchase a keg of Fuller's ESB for the Christmas season? >Preferably online, google isn't helping - perhaps you know if it's >possible. > It might be helpful to mention in which part of teh world you do reside, first of all... and then, do you want a keg or a cask ?
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> donk a écrit : > >>Where can I purchase a keg of Fuller's ESB for the Christmas season? >>Preferably online, google isn't helping - perhaps you know if it's >>possible. >> > It might be helpful to mention in which part of teh world you do reside, > first of all... and then, do you want a keg or a cask ? > > I live in Hatfield, UK and I want a keg. Most of the websites seem to cater for the US market, where you can buy a keg of Fuller's ESB for $155.
Incidently I posted to this newsgroup because it is "uk".food+drink.real-ale. -- donk :-)
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>> It might be helpful to mention in which part of teh world you do reside, >> first of all... and then, do you want a keg or a cask ? >> >> > I live in Hatfield, UK and I want a keg. Most of the websites seem to > cater > for the US market, where you can buy a keg of Fuller's ESB for $155. > > Incidently I posted to this newsgroup because it is > "uk".food+drink.real-ale.
Umm... so why post to uk.food+drink."real-ale" if you actually want a _keg_?
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> "donk" wrote in message > news:437b06de$0$23282$db0fefd9@news.zen.co.uk... > >>> It might be helpful to mention in which part of teh world you do >>> reside, first of all... and then, do you want a keg or a cask ? >>> >>> >> I live in Hatfield, UK and I want a keg. Most of the websites seem >> to cater >> for the US market, where you can buy a keg of Fuller's ESB for $155. >> >> Incidently I posted to this newsgroup because it is >> "uk".food+drink.real-ale. > > > Umm... so why post to uk.food+drink."real-ale" if you actually want a > _keg_? > BTN
I suspect this is because the poster originates from the US where "keg" is used synonymously for "cask". OP: I recommend you look again replacing "keg" with cask or maybe even firkin depending on what size you are after.
Actually "Kegwatch" the organisation that deals with thefts covers casks as well as kegs!
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