A local brewery, Flying Dog, has a beer that I really want to have on tap in my kegerator, Kujo. Its a Nitro stout. I have all the equipment for a nitro setup, (kegerator, tank filled with 25/75 mix, stout faucet, etc). So I contact Flying Dog to ask them how to get a keg of Kujo, and if they have any other beers they recommend with a nitro setup.... heres there response: What does this mean? I have never heard of a "un-carbonated" keg of beer before! Is there a way to serve this beer without dumping $800 into something I would then only use for that beer? What the heck is this thing???? I can use any and all input on this... oh and just so that this thread doesn't go off onto any tangents, I got the nitro setup to handle Guinness and any beers that are made specifically to use with a nitro setup.