DetailsThis is a brand spanking new 5 Gallon Cornelius Keg. You won't get any brighter or shiner than this.
WHY KEG YOUR BEER?
• It saves you time!
• You only need to clean, sanitize, and fill one container vs. 50+ bottles.
• You can carbonate your beer faster - cut the time from weeks, to days
• Kegging allows you to fine tune your level of carbonation to suit every beer style
• It gives you the ability to filter your beer, for a faster turnaround, and crystal clear
beer, every time
• You can use it to make carbonated water and soda (but why would you when
you have beer?)
• Kegs aren’t breakable and your beer is protected from light and oxidation
• You’re automatically the coolest person at the party when you show up with a keg of beer
you made yourself
• Having draft beer on tap at home is totally awesome!
HOMEBREW KEG SYSTEMS
Who doesn’t like draft beer? Nobody! Instead of spending time cleaning and filling an army of bottles, spend your time drinking a draft homebrew from your own kegging system! It’s the pinnacle of homebrew storage and dispensing - ask any homebrewer who has one, and they’ll tell you that a kegging system is one of the best investments they’ve made in brewing equipment. Our kegging systems are inexpensive and easy to use, and we offer a wide variety, so there is a perfect system for every homebrewer. Spend less time working, and more time appreciating your brewing prowess and accepting compliments.
- Details & Instructions
4.8 / 5.016 ReviewsGreat KegI have bought my third Keg already. Still not connected, but identical to the first two I bought. Excellent quality, it is made in Italy. I would not trade this, even if pricey, with an old or refurbished Keg. I know this is new, clean and the rubber parts are going to be ok._x000D_Love it.October 28, 2012Nice KegThis is a great keg if you're looking to get out of bottling and avoiding the hassle of buying used kegs. Comes ready to use, just sanitize.November 26, 2012Shiny and newMade in Italy, great quality, looks good, just sanitize and use. Seals tight.December 12, 2012PerfectCame clean and with a slight bit of pressure inside. Very easy to use and clean! Having only 1 handle is the only negative when it's full.January 29, 2013Great QualityThese kegs are great! They are made in italy and of high quality steel. With the new kegs you don't have to worry about replacing the seals and o-rings.March 5, 2013Great kegThis is my 2nd keg, and now my new kegerator is ready to go. It would be easier to carry with 2 handles. The dome shape is better, and overall this is a great keg.March 22, 2013Nice keg if a bit priceyVery nice keg if only the poppets could be removed for cleaning. love it anyway. It is a bit spendy but it is NEW and will last as long as you will. Nice welds and seams. Quality is highMay 22, 2013A great kegNo risk of infection or leaks from buying a used keg. It's lighter than some of the old ones too. The dome shape makes it easier to clean. I have no regrets.September 22, 2013shiny new keg!There's nothing like a brand new blemish free keg to poor your precious brew into! This is my second one of these kegs and its definitely worth the money! You know its clean and that it will hold pressure since everything is brand new!October 25, 2013Shiny new KegI finally got out of bottling and this is a nice keg that I'm really happy to own. No dings, dents , stickers, dirt, just ready to use out of the box._x000D_December 10, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 11 answersHow much does this empty keg weigh?BEST ANSWER: haven't actually weighed one, but between 5 and 8 lbs. by educated guess.Do these kegs come with the pressure release valve on the top like my other ball-type kegs? The picture makes it look like they do but wanted to confirm. ThanksBEST ANSWER: Yes, these have standard pressure-release valves on the lids. - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesWhat is the height of the keg?BEST ANSWER: These kegs are about 25" in height, with disconnects in place. - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesHey guys what are the part numbers or identification for the liquid posts and poppet valves for this keg? never can have too many laying around for spares ya know. thanks and stay thirsty my friends.BEST ANSWER: The stock posts accept Type A poppets (K101). If you are going to replace the posts, you want Type B (K107) for the gas side and Type A (K106) for the liquid side. If you replace the posts, you want to use K102 Type B poppets for the gas and K101 Type A for the liquid poppets.Is this keg made in China?BEST ANSWER: We source our kegs from a local company, All Safe Global, which provides kegs manufactured to North American standards with NSF approved parts and welding.