Homebrew Kegging - Draft Beer Dispensers
Which keg conversion kit is right for you?
Ball Lock or Pin Lock: Cornelius kegs were used in the soda industry by Pepsi (Ball Lock) and Coke (Pin Lock), today they are used by homebrewers to store and dispense draft beer. All kegs included in OBKeg Kits are pressure tested. Ball Lock kegs have as an additional feature, a manual pressure relief valve, the kegs in Ball Lock kits are also re-conditioned. Pin Lock kegs are in used condition, which will require a good cleaning before use. While having no relief valve, pressure can still be relieved by pressing a pointed object onto the center of the gas post. Pin Locks will have some benefit in cost savings, whereas Ball Locks will get you some additional features. Your choice.
Cobra Tap: Features a plastic picnic faucet for simplicity. No other installation required. All you need is a fridge to keep your keg and lines cold. Open the fridge door and pour a beer.
Pass-Through: Drill a 1" hole through a fridge door, freezer or wall and pass the shank through. This mounts a faucet on anything you can think to make a beer dispenser.
Beer Tower: Giving your home bar the look and feel of a pub. Drill a 1" hole through the top of the fridge holding your keg and run the lines up through. Mounting hardware makes installation easy.
Portable / Soda Stream: Portable kits for when you need to take your brew on the go; tailgates, bbq, picnics. We have the solution. You will also find in this section a kit for those who want to carbonate their own water, soda or other drinks.