5 Gallon Ball Lock Keg System w/ Picnic Faucets, Double Body Regulator, 2 New AIH Cornelius Kegs (#6)

Item Number: 99-5003

Sale price$349.99


Ball Lock 2 Keg Kegging System w/Picnic Taps and Double Body Regulator

These kegs are Cornelius style, 25" tall and 8-1/2" diameter.
Comes with an American Made Taprite Double Body gauge regulator with 5/16" barbed shut off/check valves. 2 Gas and beer lines come complete with MFL fittings that will make for easy cleaning and also allow you to add other options to your system.

System Includes:
1- TapRite T-Handle Double Body Gauge Regulator
2-Brand New AIH Ball Lock Kegs (made in China)
2-Gas Line Assembly w/MFL Fittings
2-Picnic Faucets w/MFL Fittings

We also highly recommend protecting your gauge with the Gauge Guard.
The 5 # tank speaks for itself. If you can rent one locally, go for it. If not...we have some darn good prices!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Dan de Jong
Great purchase!

I originally purchased this 2 ball-lock keg, double body regulator (#6) keg system in Nov 2015 (now Feb 2018) and I have no regrets. Everything still works like new. The AIH (Old Ale) kegs have worked great. Note, the regulator is quite heavy and may cause your CO2 tank to fall over easily, so I recommend the gauge guard. I typically add pressure to the kegs and then disconnect the gas to prevent any possible leaks in the connection (I have had one connection gas leak in the past). Then I just reconnect and add additional CO2 when needed (personal preference). I would also recommend Keg (food safe) lube for easier connections. Its nice being able to have one gauge set for carbonating (25-30psi) and one set for serving (10psi). I converted a Danby bar fridge to fit the two kegs and it works great. I much prefer kegging over bottling, the beer looks great without sediment and at the right serving pressure, you get a nice head on your beer as well! Cheers

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