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This is a re-conditioned 5 Gallon Pin Lock, Soda Keg (Coke style). This keg has been cleaned and soaked in a hot "Brew Clean" solution, re-rinsed, lubed and re-pressurized to check the seals. The kegs are in good shape, but could have small dings, dents or scratches. These will not effect the function of the kegs. Many have stickers on the outside. They might be of either Cornelius, Firestone (also called Spartenburg) or Italian construction. All types of kegs are manufactured to the same specifications and are of the same quality. This keg's lid will not have a pull tab pressure relief valve but, rather, will come with a "Depressor" that fits onto the post to relieve pressure. The lids and O-rings are interchangeable. We fully guarantee your satisfaction with the kegs you purchase. ***FREE O-RING PROMOTION: 1 LID, 2 POST AND 2 DIPTUBE O-RINGS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER!*** You also receive a FREE Pin Lock Keg Poppet Valve Depressor !

Many people prefer pin lock kegs when using in shorter Fridge or areas where height is important. They 22" tall and 9" Wide.

Pin Lock "Coke Style" Cornelius Keg - or Firestone, 5 Gallon, for Homebrew/Soda

11.00 LBS
Calculated at checkout

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  1. Good Product, Fast Delivery

    Posted by Josh on 9th Dec 2014

    I ordered 2 pin lock kegs, they arrived in less than a week and came with new O-ring sets for both, valve depressor and a free pack of keg cleaner. Their price is the best I found and I couldn't ask for better service. My only regret is not getting 4 kegs.

  2. Mostly in good shape, missing a release valve pin

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Dec 2014

    The keg came in great shape, all of the seals had been replaced and the keg had been thoroughly cleaned. The only thing I had to do was put a new release valve pin on.

  3. Great quality...

    Posted by Kevin Kolk on 3rd Dec 2014

    I've bought now 12 of these from Keg Connection over the past year. Only had one that gave me any problem when trying to remove the dispensing post. Emailed KegConnection and told them the issue and said I was thinking of trying a pipe on my wrench to get more torque but was afraid I might break it. They told me to go ahead and if something went wrong they'd replace it.

    Ended up popping right off at that point, no problems at all. All the other kegs have been fine, hold pressure great.

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