Small and mighty. Introducing the Draft Brewer® Cannonball®—the first mini keg that packs the power of a draft system into a portable, compact 1.75 gallon barrel.
Artillery for the small batch brewer. Carbonate homebrew in minutes, not weeks. Real-time carbonation control. A quick pressure adjustment and you’re instantly pouring perfect pints.
The Cannonball® blasts 3- and 5-gallon kegs out of the water. Barely bigger than a milk jug, it slides straight onto a fridge shelf, pops in a cooler or drops right into your trunk. From tailgating to camping, a picnic or a party, the Cannonball® is the party-powering ammunition you need to have a good time, anytime and anywhere.
Cannonball® kegs are easily stackable once disconnects have been attached.
Note: Does not include a CO2 Tank
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Draft Brewer® Cannonball® Mini Keg
Keg body is well make, however the ball lock post have given me a lot of trouble connecting line. I wish I had returned it when I first had issues connecting line. With lots of fighting and trying different fittings and large amounts of keg lube they has started to work better, however not to the level I expect at this price point.
Been brewing many years so going from 5 gallon corney kegs to these smaller kegs was the best option for me since all things brewing come out of the basement much easier to handle. Easy enough to take anywhere, fit the coolers well. My only recommendation is when getting ready to seal use a little keg lube on the lid and hit it with 25-30 lbs co2 and you,ll have no problems. Now it,s easy to carb small batches of things besides beer like skeeter pee (holy whaa!) sweet fruit meads (mel-o-mels)seems endless,3 Grandsons favorite- carbed raspberry lemonade.
I purchased three of these kegs and so far I'm very happy with them because:
- they are small and portable and easy to take to a party;
- they fit in my kitchen fridge.
I am considering getting some more.
This mini keg is just perfect for what I want it for. At the moment it is setting on a shelf in my living room where I can point it out to visitors and inform them that is what my ashes will be buried in.