- Approx. 15"-16" Tall
- 9" Wide
- No Major Dents
- Pressure Tested
- Heavy Duty SS Kegs
- 2 and 3 Prong Posts to Avoid Mistakes
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Keg was pretty clean inside. Bought conversion kit and changed over to ball lock. Biggest issue was bottom black rubber was missing on one side so keg doesn't sit level.
These are usually great kegs to buy, until you buy one with the Coke pin locks. I've tried 2 different sockets all of which will not work because the coke pin-locks are fatter and wider so I have a keg right now that is absolutely useless and can't be cleaned since these usually require a long PBW soak to get rid of the soda residue. Would be great if the kegs came with these connections already loosened. AIH Note: Please feel free to give us a call or email with any product-related issues or questions. Thank you!
I bought two and both were in great shape and a very reasonable price.
This is a great serviceable keg at a great price, but keep in mind they'll likely need a little bit of up-front conditioning that really isn't a big deal... Mine came in great physical condition and pressurized.. You get exactly what is described (a used keg that holds pressure), beyond that, here's an imperative: You need to clean the keg very well and re-build the components prior to use ... BarKeeper's Friend on the outside shined it up like new for me (they come a little dirty) and a thorough PBW soak and a quick scrub down on the inside also restored it to like-new condition (God knows what was inside it or for how long it lived in there). The posts need a good soaking/cleaning as well - I would recommend installing new poppets (the ones on it were rather sticky) and they definitely need new dip tube o-rings and post o-rings (mind came with dry and brittle o-rings I couldn't re-use). The lid o-ring seemed fine on this one. None of this is a knock on the keg itself or AIH, so no stars taken off the rating - its just the nature of purchasing a used keg. All-in-all, I think the savings of buying a used one out-weighs the small amount of effort to clean it up once received. Well worth it ...
I bought 2 of these. They came as advertised. They were in pretty good shape and were holding pressure. I did order some extra poppets and O-rings, just in case. I like the size and bought them to augment my 5 gallon kegs. They allow me to keg part of a 5 gallon batch and bottle the rest up front. I usually prime the whole batch, put part in to the keg to naturally carbonate then bottle the rest. They work great for this purpose. I also thought I could possibly stack a couple of these in my keezer and have an extra beer or two on tap. Unfortunately, in my case, stacked, they are about an inch too tall for my collar. If you haven't extended your keezer with a collar yet, you could probably put one of them on the compressor hump and fit an extra keg in it without modification. Before I put my keezer collar on I had three kegs on picnic taps. I could have had a shorter one on the hump. I solved this problem by putting a collar on the keezer. I could have put it off.