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For long term savings on your beer budget is to purchase beer by the 1/2 keg. You can pick up an old refrigerator on Craigs list of your local newspaper cheep or for Free. You beer distributor can set you up with a tap and compressed CO2 tank for about $50, ( you might be able to find them on Craigs list also) An average keg cost about $63.99 and the same beer in a case of 30 at 17.99. 30 cans at 12 oz ea = 360 oz. A 1/2 keg = 1984 oz. 5.51 cases of beer in one 1/2 keg or $99.12. A savings of $35.13 for the same amount of beer or $11.61 per case. Just drill a hole in the refrigerator door for the tap and you are ready to go.