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Sometimes, old corny keg lids get “sprung” and won’t seal. This is a cheap solution to keep that old keg in commission.
New Cornelius Keg Lid with New pressure relief valve (lid o-ring included)
My 20 year old keg lid relief valves have all begun to leak and it has been easier to just use new lids rather than try and repair/replace the relief valves. The replacement corny keg lids from Adventures In Homebrewing fit and work well.
Overall these lids work well. I found when dry hopping that it was quicker and easier to have an extra lid so the hopper can be attached to a lid, and the lid on the keg removed and quickly add the other lid with hopper. I feel lessens the chance of O2 in the keg. I considered them economy due to the fact when I weld a tab on the underside these don't weld as nice as an original lid.
I got this lid around the same time I started keg conditioning to carbonate my beer. While my old lid couldn't hold a seal at 0psi and let the natural CO2 out, this new one has a tighter fit and stayed sealed without any help from external CO2.