Adventures in Homebrewing: Spring Keg Sale


Adventures in Homebrewing has a spring keg sale going on.  Lots of 4 kegs from $125.97.

Set of (4) 5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegs (with PRV) – $180

Set of (4) 5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegs (No PRV) – $140

Set of (4) 5 Gallon Pin Lock Kegs – $125.97

Single Ball Lock kegs are also available…

5 Gallon Cornelius Keg (Ball Lock) Used – $49.95

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8 thoughts on “Adventures in Homebrewing: Spring Keg Sale

  1. Anonymous

    How can you tell theyre converted pin lock? I am building a keezer with the recently posted kenmore freezer. It can fit 4 ball locks but only 3 pin locks so I imagine these wouldnt fit.

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    1. thadius856

      Because the description says they’re “low profile”. They list the height as 22″ and diameter as 9″.

      Ball locks are 8″ diameter, 25″ tall.
      Pin locks are 9″ diameter, 22″ or 23″ tall.

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    2. thadius856

      The ones with PRV are listed as in the description:

      22″ tall x 9″ in Diameter

      I think the only difference between the PRV and non-PRV kegs listed is that they swap out the pin lock lid for a ball lock lid.

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    3. Chris Brewer

      I didn’t notice that myself. The 4 ball locks with no PRV are “low profile”. They are probably converted pin lock kegs. So, ball lock posts with a pin lock body. The set of 4 with PRV are standard balllock kegs. Sounds like you should go with standard ball locks for that freezer.

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