Ball Lock Carbonating Keg Lid – $49.99 + Free Shipping, Limited Supply

Carbonating Keg Lid

Ball Lock Carbonating Keg Lid with carbonation stone from MoreBeer

About: “The easiest way to carbonate beer. This is a Cornelius keg lid with built-in carbonation stone! Move the lid from keg to keg to carbonate as needed. Allows you to force carbonate quickly using the attached .5 micron stone with the portability of being able to move the lid from keg to keg. No more hassles of trying to attach and unattach line from the “gas in” dip tube. Simply connect your gas quick disconnect to the included fitting on the lid and allow carbonation to begin. Sometimes also called a carbonater.” (keep reading)

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Carbonating Keg Lid KEG445$59.99 $49.99 + Free Shipping

Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day. Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section Here to see if this is still available.

Also Consider: UP100 Homebrew Cornelius Style Keg Carbonation Lid Kit With 0.5 Micron Diffusion Stone – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

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2 thoughts on “Ball Lock Carbonating Keg Lid – $49.99 + Free Shipping, Limited Supply

    1. admin Post author

      Hey Anthony! I think the thing at play here is the fact that the carbonation stone is down in the liquid. That means what co2 goes into solution it creates movement in the beer. That movement, although slight is enough to keep the carbonation process rolling. I used to doubt that this really made much of a difference until a buddy of mine started a nano brewery. He can carbon a 2 BBL batch in relatively short order. I was perplexed by this until I saw the position of the stone and thought about what kind of movement that could cause. Same results as if you would slowly shake the keg over a 24 hour period.


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