Build your very own taproom.The Reconditioned Dual Keg System is your very first one-stop-shop for building a taproom at home. Start serving and sharing right away. Quick setup, minimal maintenance. Switch out brews or relocate the party on a minute’s notice. Add an empty 5 lb. CO2 tank to complete your setup.
Features of this affordable Taproom in a Box:
- Two Reconditioned 5 gallon ball lock kegs
- Two sets of fully assembled tap lines with nimble, swivel-connected tap lines
- Gas line to connect to a gas tank
- Perfect Pours Guaranteed - real-time pressure readings, ultra-durable CO2PO Double Body Regulator allows for flexible PSI setting
- Full carbonation in 1-2 days, instead of 2-4 weeks (CO2 tank not included)
- Oxygen Wash for deep-cleaning and two Used Keg Seal Kits include all of the o-ring replacements you may need
NOTE: These kegs are sourced from a variety of vendors and may not look new, but they work like new, thus the major discounted off of the price of a brand new keg. If you are unhappy with the used 5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegs for any reason, we will take them back. However, you, the customer will be responsible for return shipping charges. Note: Keg Lube can help prevent CO2 leaks and prolong the life of the keg seals.
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How is this kegging system so affordable?
These reconditioned ball lock 5-gallon kegs are used but have been tested and approved to hold pressure -- their most important task. Though the exteriors may have cosmetic imperfections, we guarantee that they are pressure-capable, as each and every one is pressure tested. *Needed, but not included, is a CO2 cylinder.*
During the pressure testing process, o-rings and outer-post o-rings are replaced if necessary. With each system, we have included an extra set of all-new o-ring replacements as well. Each keg is cleaned with a caustic soda rinse -- but even so -- the keg may retain a sweet smell of soft drink. The keg exteriors have not had extensive cleaning, so as with most "used" soda kegs we recommend that you thoroughly clean the keg inside (again) and out before using.
This amazing price is worth a few dents! Because these kegs are used, many show exterior wear and tear that will not affect the keg performance to hold pressure. Holding pressure is the keg's main function, and it will keep your beer tasting fresh and delicious. The affordability of buying "reconditioned" is definitely worth a few scratches and dents.
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Very cost effective! Each of these items would cost significantly more than what you pay in this kit. Why have one keg when you can have two?
This kit comes with everything you need (minus the CO2 tank) to carbonate and serve beer from 2 kegs. Both kegs fit perfectly in my kegerator, with the CO2 tank. I like the threaded fittings they included in the kit, makes cleaning the lines much easier.
The dual regulator setup makes it easy to customize your CO2 feed for each beer. Plus the dual system comes in handy for a Beer Gun setup. Use one output for pressurizing the keg the other for the Beer Gun. Perfection!
excellent system .... great price ... only had to replace one poppit but other than that tanks were under pressure when I got them and both hold pressure well now
This is soooo much nicer than having to deal with washing, sanitizing, filling, and capping fifty bottles for every batch of beer you make. Not to mention the having to add sugar and waiting two weeks for the sugar to do its thing. Definitely worth the cost. I mean, if my time is worth anything at all, (and it is), it will pay for itself before you know it. Thanks again to the gang at Midwest. Unsung heroes in my book. Keep up the good work and impeccable customer service. Stay safe.
Kegs have some dents but it’s only cosmetic. They arrived pressurized and hold it well. Good to get a full set of replacement seals. Hoses and fittings are top notch. Regulator looks well made and it works as it should. All in all I’m really happy with this purchase.
everything arrived and was impressed with what was in the box, kegged the beer and had trouble keeping pressure, had to dissemble the ball lock and found debris in the check valve, learning curve .... do this before you keg.