5 Gallon Ball Lock Keg System w/ Picnic Faucets, 4 USED Kegs (#9)

Item Number: 99-0075

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Description

This Homebrew Kegging System Includes:

  • TapRite T-Handle Dual Gauge Regulator
  • Four used 5 gallon Ball Lock Corny Kegs
  • 4-way Gas Manifold with 3 feet of thick wall gas line from the manifold to the regulator, 5 feet of thick wall gas line on all four shut off valves, all ending with MFL gas disconnects and threaded hose barbs
  • Four MFL picnic tap assemblies each with 5 feet of beer line
  • Four O-Ring Sets

The gauge guard is a great way to protect your regulator and is highly recommended here at AIH, please see our options!

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)

We know some homebrewers are pickier than others, so please keep in mind that these are USED kegs. Some of these kegs are probably 30 years old. Do not expect new kegs. If you are looking for new kegs, please check out our new kegs. We try and have quality kegs available at all times. With this said, they are going to show normal wear and tear. We are not implying that our kegs are not quality...we just want to avoid any misunderstandings.

If you are unhappy with your used 5 Gallon Cornelius Kegs for any reason, we will gladly take them back. The purchaser will be responsible for return shipping charges.

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William Murdaugh
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I have not set up yet due to traveling. The tubing and new gaskets appear to be great. Glad new gaskets were included. The description states that the legs may be old and scratch and dings. It doesn't mention the layers of dirt and my friend said his still had 20 year old dried soda syrup in his. (Purchased several years ago) My comment is that I don't see why power washing couldn't have happened. Just depressing to be elated to open keg system then open a box of filthy legs. With 40 degree weather, not too enticing to go out and scrub out kegs.

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