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Price: $99.99

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This new 2.5 gallon homebrew ball lock keg made of 304 stainless steel truly makes a new small keg affordable! They will need to have the oil removed from the manufacturing process (just clean as normal) before use. This is a cost effective keg with 100% replaceable parts unlike most other economy kegs.

• Double metal strap handle design allows kegs to be stacked so you can fit multiple kegs in the same footprint.
• Handles are 204 stainless steel
• Standard sized oval lid with a standard Cornelius pressure relief valve
• Standard 19/32-8 Posts
• Universal poppets
• 13.5" tall 9" Diameter
• High gloss finish

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 18 Write a review.

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economy keg March 23, 2015
Reviewer: Rick from SK Canada  
Bought three of these. Have only used one - same problem as Mike with this keg - leak on the inlet side between the post corny valve.  Disassembled post and used lubricant on all O-rings which helped but still not sealed. Swapped out post from one of the other kegs and now it seems to hold. So that is one of the benefits of this keg - it can be fixed.  But it shouldn't need it on first use.

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Right size, but some problems January 16, 2015
Reviewer: Mike from Kingston, on  
Very handy, but i've had a hard time sealing them.  Used keglube and Finally got tops sealed, but on one of them, i get a leak from the poppet on the'in' side.  Depressurized, reseated everything and it might be OK.  Anyway, they're o.k., but more hassles than i've had with my old cornys.

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Awesome little guys January 10, 2015
Reviewer: Tim Greenough from Sudbury, ON Canada  
I've bought 2 of these so far.  They're great for splitting a batch with a buddy, or when I want to bottle some, but not all. Even with the long handles, I can stack them in my Danby keg fridge nicely.  Inky the lower one, however, can be connected. Still great for keg conditioning.

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Great canoe trip keg November 23, 2014
Reviewer: Chris S from Peterborough, ON Canada  
This, a portable co2 and a cobra makes for a great camping keg. Carrying in on a portage is inspiration enough to ensure its empty for the way home. Great product.

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2.5 Gallon kegs great so far October 31, 2013
Reviewer: Marco Tatta from Komoka, ON Canada  
I have bought 6 of these so far. Besides a tight bailer on a few of them, and very slight rust on the handles welds (normal because the grade of weld metal and handle is slightly lower than the vessel), they have been great.No rust at all on the internals, which is the important part. Seal nice, good size, and I can stack 4 in a Danby kegerator (need 2 tall handles and 2 short). Excellent value, and much easier to tote around than the 5 gallon cornys.

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