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Hands on Review: Kegland Hang Tab Keg Lids – works on ball lock & pin lock kegs

Kegland, based in Australia, produces a broad array of homebrewing gear. fermenters, electric brewing systems, loads of draft stuff (including DuoTight!) and lots more.

It’s obvious these folks are homebrewers at heart, because they’ve come up some really innovative stuff. The other thing they’ve generally done is hit really good price points. There is a balance between cost, features and quality and they seem to be hitting a lot of bullseyes.

This is a hands on look at their unique keg lid with integrated hang tag model KL02868.

Close of up of the lid. Reads… Caution Release Pressure to Remove Lid. Maximum Working Pressure 130 PSI.


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Brand New Corny Keg Lids… $14.98 via MoreBeer Father’s Day Sale

New Corny Keg Lid KEG440A

Brand New Keg Lids from MoreBeer

Note from HBF: 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.

Father’s Day Sale…

MoreBeer has a huge Dads and Grads sale going on. Save on kegerators, BrewZilla, Fermzilla, Wine Kits and lots more.

Dad’s & Grads Sale!

This is included in the mix and on sale for $14.98. Get Free Shipping: Shipping is free with a qualifying $59 order to many US addresses

Some filler item ideas to help you qualify for free shipping… PBW, Sale Items (shows most popular deals first), Kit of the Week, Hop Market (shows most popular deals first)

New Corny Keg Lid KEG440A

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A great upgrade for pin lock kegs… New Keg Lids for $14.99

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Brand New Keg Lids from MoreBeer

Note from HBF: 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.

These are on sale for just $14.99. This is a great deal.

Get Free Shipping: Shipping is free with a qualifying $59 order to many US addresses

Some filler item ideas to help you qualify for free shipping… PBW, Sale Items (shows most popular deals first), Kit of the Week, Hop Market (shows most popular deals first)

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Note: These do not include o-rings. Easy fix, grab some Bulk Food Safe Keg O-Rings.

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Color Coded Keg Post O-Rings at William’s Brewing

  • William’s Brewing has introduced a line of color coded keg o-rings. Choose from black, red, green and blue.  These are for keg posts.  All are functionally similar, just different colors so you can color code posts if you so choose.
  • These are a bit pricey at 49 cents each.
  • The other potential issue is that the material type isn’t listed.  No word on whether they are silicone or Buna-N and… they aren’t listed as food grade.  More about this topic: Food Safe Replacement Keg O-Rings

Keg Fitting O-Rings at William’s Brewing | BULK O-rings -including custom colors at Valuebrew


OR… SAVE on FOOD Grade Silicone…

custom color keg orings

If you’ve read Homebrew Finds for long you’ve no doubt seen Valuebrew’s Blue and Green Custom Color O-Rings in food grade silicone. These are featured in our very popular keg rebuild step by step.

Valuebrew has introduced Gray and Black o-rings. As the picture indicates these are designed to match standard gray and black keg QDs.  These have become standard colors on ball lock, pin lock (usually the bottom portion of the QD) and even recently released Kegland QDs (center portion).

The gray and black are also made from food grade silicone and also available in bulk quantities.

Valuebrew has generally struggled to keep things in stock, however, I have no specification indication that availability will be an issue on these.

Custom Color O-rings at Valuebrew!

Limited Time Deal:

Valuebrew is discounting custom color coded o-rings by an additional 15% when you use coupon colorcode when you spend a total $25 or more excluding shipping charges.  This stacks on top of existing discounts.


Keg Post O-Rings - Food Safe Silicone - in BLUE

 

Worth a hard lookValuebrew has a lineup of food safe silicone orings that are available in bulk at a much lower price.  Chose from standard orange, custom blue, custom green and pin lock specific o-rings.

 

 

Related: Our Beer is food, right?  Shouldn’t we be using materials rated for food?  See: Food Safe Replacement Keg O-Rings

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Visit William’s Brewing – Web Only Clearance Sale

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Brand New Corny Keg Lids… $14.99!

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Brand New Keg Lids from MoreBeer

Note from HBF: 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.

These are on sale for just $14.99. This is a great deal.

Get Free Shipping: Shipping is free with a qualifying $59 order to many US addresses

Some filler item ideas to help you qualify for free shipping… PBW, Sale Items (shows most popular deals first), Kit of the Week, Hop Market (shows most popular deals first)

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Note: These do not include o-rings. Easy fix, grab some Bulk Food Safe Keg O-Rings.

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Keg Lids With Hang Tab Lid – makes dry hopping easy – $16.99 via William’s Brewing Keg Parts Sale

Keg Lid With Hang Tab

Keg Lid With Hang Tab via William’s Brewing

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

New lid with a hang tab welded on the bottom for hanging our Keg Infuser Ball, Keg Infuser Tube, and other straining bags. This fits Cornelius, Firestone, and Spartanburg brand kegs with 3″ by 3 1/2” oval lids. Includes a integral pressure relief valve. Maximum pressure 120 PSI. Includes a lid sealing O ring.


 

  • Hang Tabs! Keg Lid With Hang Tab – Unique hang tab design makes it easy to dry hop in the keg.
  • Manual vs Automatic PRV:  “Automatic PRV: sounds better than “Manual PRV”, but in my opinion, the opposite is true.  Both styles, generally, automatically vent at a set pressure for safety reasons.  Manual PRVs at the ability to…. manually activate the PRV.  That allows you to easily vent your keg as needed.  A tool is required to vent lids without manual PRV valves.
  • Works with both pin and ball lock kegs: In most cases, Pin lock and ball lock cornelius style keg lids are interchangeable from a size perspective.  That means you can, generally speaking, put a pepsi/ball lock style (manual prv) lid on a coke/pin lock style (no manual prv) keg.
  • An upgrade to pin lock style lids: In my book, that’s a solid upgrade.  See: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?

This is discounted to just $16.99 via Wlliam’s Brewing’s Keg Parts Sale. Note: Discounted price reflected at checkout. Shipping is free or reasonably priced flat rate to addresses in the contiguous US depending on your order size for most items

Keg Lid With Hang Tab – Wlliam’s Brewing’s Keg Parts Sale – discounted prices reflected at checkout

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Visit William’s Brewing – Web Only Clearance Sale

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. prod:wmshtl

New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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Brand New Corny Keg Lids… $14.99!

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Brand New Keg Lids from MoreBeer

Note from HBF: 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.

These are on sale for just $14.99. This is a great deal.

Get Free Shipping: Shipping is free with a qualifying $59 order to many US addresses

Some filler item ideas to help you qualify for free shipping… PBW, Sale Items (shows most popular deals first), Kit of the Week, Hop Market (shows most popular deals first)

New Corny Keg Lid (w/o O-Ring) KEG440B

Note: These do not include o-rings. Easy fix, grab some Bulk Food Safe Keg O-Rings.

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Corny Keg Fermenter Lids – convert kegs to fermenters – $14.95 at Keg Connection

Fermenting Lid

Fermenting Lid from Keg Connection

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

Use your keg for fermenting with this converted lid with a bung and airlock! Compatible with ball lock and pin lock kegs.


 

These have a hole that’s designed to accommodate the included stopper and airlock.  That allows you use a Cornelius Keg as a fermenter.  Use a 5 gallon keg as a secondary for a 5 gallon batch, use a 5 gallon keg as a primary fermenter for smaller batches or use a 10 gallon Cornelius Keg as a fermenter for 5 gallon+ batches.

These should fit standard ball lock and pin lock kegs.

 

In most cases, Pin lock and ball lock cornelius style keg lids are interchangeable from a size perspective.  That means you can, generally speaking, put a pepsi/ball lock style (manual prv) lid on a coke/pin lock style (no manual prv) keg.  In my book, that’s a solid upgrade.  See: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?

  • These are selling for $14.95
  • HBF Readers Save More!  Coupon code HBF5OFF saves you 5% off EVERYTHING site wide.  Stacks with all non-coupon sales
  • These also fall under Keg Connection’s Flat Rate Shipping Promotion.  Your entire order ships for one flat rate, no matter how much you order, to addresses in the contiguous US.

Fermenting Lid

Also: Replacement Keg Lids

Related:

FIVE Reasons to Ferment in Kegs!…

+ Keg Connection Says… ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Reviews Are In – BEST KEGS EVER

18+ Liter Ball Lock Keg | Fully Remanufactured (AEB/SAFER/Cornelius) | SEE DESCRIPTION

18+ Liter Ball Lock Keg | Fully Remanufactured (AEB/SAFER/Cornelius) | SEE DESCRIPTION

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New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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This post contains affiliate links. We may make a commission when you use our Amazon links. This will never cost you extra. Thank you for supporting Homebrew Finds!

Hands on Review: Kegland Hang Tab Keg Lids – works on ball lock & pin lock kegs

Kegland, based in Australia, produces a broad array of homebrewing gear. fermenters, electric brewing systems, loads of draft stuff (including DuoTight!) and lots more.

It’s obvious these folks are homebrewers at heart, because they’ve come up some really innovative stuff. The other thing they’ve generally done is hit really good price points. There is a balance between cost, features and quality and they seem to be hitting a lot of bullseyes.

This is a hands on look at their unique keg lid with integrated hang tag model KL02868.

Close of up of the lid. Reads… Caution Release Pressure to Remove Lid. Maximum Working Pressure 130 PSI.


Check Current Prices and Availability:

Continue reading

New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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Brand New Keg Lids – works with ball and pin lock kegs – on sale for $16.20 + free ship eligible

Lid for Corny Keg (New)

Brand New Replacement Corny Keg Lid

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

This is a new Cornelius keg lid with a new pressure relief valve and lid o-ring.

Perfect option to add a pressure relief valve to a Pin Lock keg, or to replace an old lid.

C314-3048


 

Works with Both Ball & Pin Lock Kegs!  In most cases, Pin lock and ball lock cornelius style keg lids are interchangeable from a size perspective.  That means you can, generally speaking, put a pepsi/ball lock style (manual prv) lid on a coke/pin lock style (no manual prv) keg.  In my book, that’s a solid upgrade.  See: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?

Lid for Corny Keg (New)

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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More: Our Last Fifty Finds!

bulk keg orings

 

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

New Replacement Corny Keg Lids

304 stainless steel Cornelius Keg Lid, New Replacement Corny Keg (Soda Keg) Lid Stainless Steel Beer Barrels Lid with SS Pressure Relief Valve & New O-ring for Cornelius (Replacement Keg Lid)

304 stainless steel Cornelius Keg Lid, New Replacement Corny Keg (Soda Keg) Lid Stainless Steel Beer Barrels Lid with SS Pressure Relief Valve & New O-ring for Cornelius (Replacement Keg Lid)

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Highlighted Features
  • More Sturdy: Made of 304 stainless steel
  • Sealed Perfect: With New O-ring & 304 SS Pressure Relief Valve, can hold pressure without leaks.
  • Easy to Install & Use: Large handle makes installation easier; labor-saving design of safety relief valve, no need to keep lifting when deflated, just lift once and rotate 90° to continuously deflate.
  • Quality Guarantee: All keg lids are tested before delivery to ensure performance and reliability.
  • After-sales Satisfaction: one-year warranty, lifetime maintenance (not including O-rings)

 

Note from HBF: 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.

304 stainless steel Cornelius Keg Lid, New Replacement Corny Keg (Soda Keg) Lid Stainless Steel Beer Barrels Lid with SS Pressure Relief Valve & New O-ring for Cornelius (Replacement Keg Lid) – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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This post contains affiliate links. We may make a commission when you use our Amazon links. This will never cost you extra. Thank you for supporting Homebrew Finds!

New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

Our Top Draft Resources

This post contains affiliate links. We may make a commission when you use our Amazon links. This will never cost you extra. Thank you for supporting Homebrew Finds!

New Replacement Corny Keg Lid with Stainless Steel PRV

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid

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Note from HBF: 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.

Gekufa Cornelius Keg Lid, Corny Keg Lid Replacement with 304 Stainless Steel Pressure Relief Valve & O-ring for Homebrew Beer Kegging, Soda Keg Lid – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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This post contains affiliate links. We may make a commission when you use our Amazon links. This will never cost you extra. Thank you for supporting Homebrew Finds!

Ball Lock Keg Carbonation Lid

Ball Lock Keg Carbonation Lid

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Highlighted Features
  • Our keg lid is set up to accept a standard ball lock disconnect.
  • To carbonate, apply CO2 through the lid as shipped at 45 PSI for about 24 hours.
  • Or to fast carbonate in less than an hour, add a piece of clear tubing long enough to place an aeration stone at the bottom of your keg.
  • The metal parts of our keg lids are 100% 304 Stainless Steel and the gasket seal is food safe neoprene.
  • Widely used to carbonate beer, soda, juice, water and even sparkling water. Fits to all ball lock and pin lock homebrew corny kegs that use a standard oval lid and can also be used as a regular lid when not fast carbonating.
  • Does not include tubing or air stone.

Use to assist in force carbonating your homebrew.

Use to help speed up carbonation, as a spare keg lid, for testing, dialing in inline regulators and more. Photo of a similar lid being used with my Spunding Valve.

Stainless Steel 304 Forced Carbonation Oval Cornelius Keg Lid for Soda or Homebrew Beer– affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

Compare: at MoreBeer – similar function but not identical

Also: Kegerator Tips & Gear | Keg Repair Part #s | Recent Keg Finds

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NEW Cornelius Lids [Ball and Pin Lock Kegs] – $16.20 + Free Ship Eligible

New Cornelius Keg Lid with New pressure relief valve (lid o-ring included)

Brand new Replacement Keg Lid via Adventures in Homebrewing

Works on Pin Lock AND Ball Lock Kegs! 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.

Related: What’s the Difference Between Ball Lock Kegs and Pin Lock Kegs?

Rebuild Your Kegs! Rebuilding & Reconditioning Homebrew Kegs! – step by step process for rebuilding & reconditioning homebrew kegs

New Cornelius Keg Lid with New pressure relief valve (lid o-ring included)

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Replacement Keg Corny Keg Lid – works with Ball Lock & Pin Lock

Replacement Corny Keg Lid

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Highlighted Features
  • Sealed Perfect: With New O-ring & 304 SS Pressure Relief Valve, can hold pressure without leaks.
  • Easy to Install & Use: Large handle makes installation easier; labor-saving design of safety relief valve, no need to keep lifting when deflated, just lift once and rotate 90° to continuously deflate.
  • Quality Guarantee: All keg lids are tested before delivery to ensure performance and reliability.
  • After-sales Satisfaction: one-year warranty, lifetime maintenance (not including O-rings)
  • More Sturdy: Made of 304 stainless steel

 

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?

304 stainless steel Cornelius Keg Lid New Replacement Corny Keg (Soda Keg) Lid with New O-ring for Cornelius or Firestone Kegs for homebrew beer – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

bulk keg orings

 

This post contains affiliate links. We may make a commission when you use our Amazon links. This will never cost you extra. Thank you for supporting Homebrew Finds!