Deal: Used Ball Lock Cornelius Kegs from MoreBeer!

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Used five gallon ball lock Cornelius keg from MoreBeer.

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from MoreBeer…   A great price on an unrebuilt keg. You can purchase the rebuilt kit and replace the gaskets yourself (very easy job) and save some money. These kegs could have residual soda syrup inside and will need to be cleaned. To totally rebuild the keg you should also consider a new relief valve and poppets (part number listed below). PBW works as a great cleaner for eating away sticky residual soda residue. Kegs are sold “as is”.

The body connnects on a keg are the metal posts where the quick disconnects attach too. They should be removed for cleaning and sanitizing before each use. Kegs can come with either 11/16″ body connects or 7/8″ body connects. We sell deep sockets for the removal of either one. So if you do not have these sockets at home and want to make sure you can disassemble the kegs you may want to purchase both sockets below. Then you will always be covered as your keg collection grows.

 

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Used Corny Keg – Ball Lock 5 gal. KEG430   + Free Shipping with a $59 order

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2 thoughts on “Deal: Used Ball Lock Cornelius Kegs from MoreBeer!

    1. admin Post author

      The part about “includes four o-ring kits” was a typo. Sorry about that Harold. I’ve updated the post.

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