3 Gallon Ball Lock Keg System w/ Faucet Adapter, New AIH Keg #2

Item Number: 99-5010-2

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Description

Brand New 3 Gallon Ball Lock Kegging System

We are proud to offer a new Ball Lock kegging system with our new corny kegs. These kegs are Cornelius style, 17" tall and 8-1/2" diameter.


This Homebrew Kegging System Includes:

- TapRite T-Handle Dual Gauge Regulator

- New AIH 3 gallon ball lock corny keg (made in China)

- 5' Gas Line Assembly with MFL Fitting with ball lock gas disconnect

- Pressure Relief Valve

- Faucet Adapter Assembly with ball lock liquid disconnect and Faucet Wrench

This is the bare bones kit. You can add any of the options to augment your kegging system.

The gauge guard is a great way to protect your regulator and highly recommended here at AIH, please consider that option!

Our CO2 tanks speak for themselves. If you can rent one locally, go for it. If not...we have some darn good prices!

Full Set of instructions is now available online to save paper:
Homebrew Kegging System Ball Lock(PDF)

If you are unhappy with your new AIH 3 gallon corny kegs for any reason, we will gladly take them back. The purchaser will be responsible for return shipping charges.

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Customer Reviews

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Darien W.
Lovely set for the price

The new 3gal keg holds pressure well, and works for wonders for small batch pressure fermentation/recipe testing. The faucet coming directly off the keg makes it a little difficult to get a stable and steady pour that isn't 99.9% foam, although this is easily fixed by dropping the serving PSI down or just by buying a cheap 5-10ft beer line and hooking it up with a few small hose clamps for around $8-10 in total. While it is annoying to fiddle with the PSI the feel of a metal tap over the, "somewhat disposable", plastic picnic taps is such a nice upgrade that it's worth getting this over the plastic picnic tap version unless you will be taking your homebrew on the go often.

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Joe VanEss
Excellent system

This is my first foray into kegging home-brewed beer. The equipment came in great packaging, was very easy to put together, and works great for a newbie. If you're looking for a system to keg most of your brew and allow you to bottle some for sharing (5-gal brewers), this is a perfect option.

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