From the product description: “This is a new Cornelius keg lid with a new pressure relief valve and lid o-ring. This lid also has a tab welded to the bottom allowing a bag (or anything else) with dry hops, oak, or any other ingredients to be suspended in the keg.”
One difference between Pin Lock and Ball Lock kegs is the type of lids that come with each. Ball Locks, generally, have a manual PRV valve, while Pin Locks do not. Ball Lock style lids are, in my opinion, superior because the manual PRV allows you to easily vent your keg as needed. The good news is that, for standard kegs, the lids are the same size and can be interchanged. That means you can use a Ball Lock style lid in a Pin Lock Keg. See: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?
As of this posting, this is selling for $16.99. That’s a $13 discount from list. Check the product page for current price and availability.
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