5 Gallon Pin Lock Kegs – $49.49 + Flat Rate Eligible + Pin Lock Availability Outlook

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***SPECIAL*** Tall Pin Lock “Coke Style” Cornelius Keg – or Firestone, 5 Gallon, for Homebrew/Soda | CLEANED

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

***SPECIAL BUY*** These pin lock kegs are the exact same as our other pin lock kegs except that they are 1 inch taller. Dimensions are: 23″ tall x 9″ wide THESE ARE LIMIT 2 PER ORDER DUE TO LIMITED QUANTITY***

This is a re-conditioned 5 Gallon Pin Lock, Soda Keg (Coke style). This keg has been cleaned and soaked in a hot “Brew Clean” solution, re-rinsed, lubed and re-pressurized to check the seals. The kegs are in good shape, but could have small dings, dents or scratches. These will not effect the function of the kegs. Many have stickers on the outside. They might be of either Cornelius, Firestone (also called Spartenburg) or Italian construction. All types of kegs are manufactured to the same specifications and are of the same quality. This keg’s lid will not have a pull tab pressure relief valve but, rather, The lids and O-rings are interchangeable. We fully guarantee your satisfaction with the kegs you purchase. ***FREE O-RING PROMOTION: 1 LID, 2 POST AND 2 DIPTUBE O-RINGS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER!***


If you buy the max of 2 (per order), shipping will be about $5 per keg to most US addresses. That figures to $54.49 per keg shipped.  As of this posting, these beats my estimated per keg cost for on the only other pin lock deal I’m aware of.

The only caveat with this deal is that these are 1″ taller than standard ball locks. If you have an inch of extra clearance in your pin lock setup, this is the best deal going on right now.

Note that the max of 2 is per order. I believe that you can place multiple orders.

***SPECIAL*** Tall Pin Lock “Coke Style” Cornelius Keg – or Firestone, 5 Gallon, for Homebrew/Soda | CLEANED

Pin Lock Keg Pricing & Availability…

There’s been a real reversal in used keg pricing. For example, see MoreBeer’s Pin Lock Offering.  I’m guessing this is related to availability. New pin lock kegs are not coming into the homebrewing market and I believe we’re finally hitting an availability wall that’s driving up price. I’m guessing sales like this will become fewer and far between as supply continues to dwindle. If you like pin locks, I think now is the time to buy

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

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