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Kegging System -Reconditioned Soda Keg

Kegging System -Reconditioned Soda Keg

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System includes all necessary equipment to keg your homebrewed beer! (Co2 tank must be filled).





If you're searching for a way to start kegging your beer, but can't justify the price of a brand new soda kegging system. We have a solution for you. Our reconditioned kegging system combines the utility of a new soda kegging system with a valuable discount. Our reconditioned soda kegging system includes all necessary equipment to keg your homebrewed beer! (Co2 tank must be filled).

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The perfect introduction to the exciting practice of kegging your homebrew, these reconditioned soda kegging kits can get you started at a budget friendly price.

Grape and Granary's Reconditioned Soda Kegging System includes:

  • (1) 5 Gallon Reconditioned Soda Keg (ball lock)

  • All Necessary Hoses

  • Swivel Nuts

  • Hose Clamps

  • Picnic Faucet

  • New 5 Pound Gas Cylinder

  • New Double Gauge Regulator

  • Threaded Disconnects

  • Instructional Guide.

Grape and Granary guarantees our reconditioned kegs for 1 year.

For a primer on using a soda keg system for draft beer, visit our how to archive by clicking HERE

Contact Us if you have questions regarding our reconditioned kegging system.

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  1. Dump the bottles! Review by Allen

    Dump the pain in the arse cleaning, racking & capping 40 some bottles and go with a kegging system.
    I should have bought this years ago. The bottles themselves discouraged me from brewing just because of the hassle.
    You will also need a refrigerator or a kegerator to keep the keg cold. (Posted on 5/8/2018)


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