Homebrew Kegging Kit with New 5 gal. Ball Lock Keg

Homebrew Kegging Kit with New 5 gal. Ball Lock Keg

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A complete setup for dispensing your homebrew like the pros. There are several advantages to a kegging system. The number one reason is that you no longer have to clean bottles. You will also enjoy drawing your own beer from your own keg. Your friends won't mind either! This system is designed to include absolutely everything you need to dispense your homebrew on draft. Only the best equipment... dual gauge regulator, so you can tell the pressure in the keg, as well as what is left in the tank. Includes an Aluminum CO2 tank that will never rust. 5' of 3/16" ID beer line, so your beer drops to the correct pressure and does not excessively foam in the glass.

Included In Basic Homebrew Draft System:

• Brand New Italian made 5 gallon Homebrew Ball Lock Cornelius Keg.
• Beer line assembly with hand held style faucet
• New aluminum 5 lb CO2 tank
• Gas line assembly
• Dual gauge regulator with check valve. Please Note: Brand of regulator may vary.

The CO2 tanks are shipped empty. You can have them filled at a welding supply shop or see your Yellow Pages under Gas- Industrial, Medical.


Item # KEG404
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 26 LBS
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All components of the kit matched the kegging wish list previously created.
Andrew P on Nov 20, 2020
Good deal
Andrew G on Nov 5, 2020
All components of the kit matched the kegging wish list previously created.
Andrew P on Nov 20, 2020
Like the idea of a whole pacakge
Roger E B on Nov 17, 2020
Good deal
Andrew G on Nov 5, 2020
Best deal
Ulysses D on Oct 2, 2020
tired of bottling, want a faster means of staging my beer.
Scott G on Sep 12, 2020
need all this stuff
Milton H on Aug 20, 2020
Love bottling beer, but ready for the speed and convenience of a keg system to better enjoy homebrew! Plus, I have a new mini fridge (future kegerator) to use!
Joseph D on Aug 7, 2020
To put beer inside, remove repeat
Lauren C on Jul 3, 2020
Many recommendations
Hugo A Hernandez C on Jun 12, 2020
first time kegging
Robert A on May 19, 2020
William R on May 13, 2020
My boyfriend really enjoys brewing beer but has been doing it in a glass carboy (sp?) and would really like to simplify things with a kegging system. So this is my Christmas Present to him.
Chloe W on Dec 20, 2019
It was on my son's wish list.
Donna D on Dec 7, 2019
Wanted a new keg, not reconditioned, and all the components to get it up and running
Jeff R on Apr 17, 2019
First time kegger and a recommended package
SERGIO G on Jan 4, 2019
I hope that I bought what I need.
Gary Perry on Nov 17, 2018
Wanted a quality product to start our legging with.
Lori P on Jul 3, 2018
Good deal on a kegging setup.
Richard Marshall on Jun 5, 2018
Good reviews and its new and will last me without much hastle
William C on Feb 6, 2018
its new
Brian W on Jan 19, 2018
Like the idea of a whole pacakge
Roger E B on Nov 17, 2020
Best deal
Ulysses D on Oct 2, 2020
Can anyone tell me the length and size of the gas line? Thank you!
Jason Jenkinson on May 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The gas line is 5 feet long with a 5/16" inner diameter.
Does anyone store their CO2 tank in the freezer too? Will there be a negative effect to the gas at 38°?
Doug Nicholas on Mar 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I place the CO2 tank in the mini-fridge with my keg at 36 F. Your reading on the tank's CO2 pressure will go from reading at full capacity to much lower, so don't be surprised but there's nothing wrong there. Your tank is still full, just the lower temp makes the reading look like its low.

4.9 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Good stuff
Works great, nice stuff
Chased with CO2
Cold crashed and burst carbonated at 50 psi overnight
Beer drink
August 26, 2020
6 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product as described
Perfect. My maiden voyage kegging anything. Here's some buffoonery to avoid: adjust the pressure to the tank by pulling out the red pressure dial then turning it. Don't turn the entire assembly, duh. In other words, take two minutes to read the directions...
August 4, 2020
7 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
nice ste up
it was what was pitchured and what was not mention was that the co2 bottle was USA markings so it could be filled which probably should of had that in the description of the product
May 26, 2020
9 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome setup. Buy new!
Nice new tank. Fits in my freezer perfectly. Great setup.
March 21, 2019
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for moving from bottles to kegging
I just got sick of all the effort of bottling and the extra wait time, so I started my search for a good kegging system on a budget. Of all the kegging systems out there from Northern Brewer to Amazon, this is the best deal with having good confidence in the quality. Bought from my LHBS (More Beer store in Riverside, CA) so I received a full CO2 tank ? at purchase. I priced out all the components separately and this package is a great deal.

Due to budgetary restraints I searched Craigslist for a few weeks until I found a 4.4 cubic ft Danby all-fridge mini-fridge ($60!! Retail price is like $170). The CO2 tank and keg fit perfectly in there with no modifications to the fridge – just removed all the shelves. Watching YouTube videos I can modify the door to allow for a 2nd keg in there, so that’s something to look forward to for future expansion options.

If you are a noob to kegging like I was, here are a few tips. Tighten ALL the fittings on the tubing – there will be some leaks from the manufacturer’s initial torque job. Disassemble and clean the levered dispenser (not sure what it’s called) between batches. For some reason this part will get blocked a tiny bit and will cause the flow to not open all the way and beer will come out foamy even though the carbonation of the beer and the keg pressure are spot on.

The 5 gallon Italian corny keg is excellent quality and you really feel like you’ve played your man card when you can tap your own keg of your own hand crafted beer and pour it into your favorite drinking glass. This kit completes me.
Placed this system in a 4.4 cuft Danby all-fridge mini-fridge. Fits perfectly.
Placed this system in a 4.4 cuft Danby all-fridge mini-fridge. Fits perfectly.
March 8, 2019
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March 11, 2019
Tyler W Staff
Rated 5 out of 5
Only one batch so far but love it.
Setup was very easy. I've got it set up in a 5 cuft chest freezer using an Inkbird 308 controller. I set the Inkbird to 37F and regulator to 12psi and low and behold beers are pouring out perfectly after a week of conditioning.
February 18, 2019
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
The keg system just brought us to the next step of brewing great product at a great price
June 25, 2018
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Nice equipment!
Beautiful equipment that worked no hassles. Remember to adjust the clips with a flathead screwdriver and the 5lb canister needs to be filled/exchanged at an Airgas or similar facility.
February 14, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great starter kit
Purchased to start to build my kegerator and have one picnic tap when needed. Works perfectly.
January 27, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
NOW we're talking!
If you're reading this, you've probably realized that bottling your homebrew is a bit of a hassle, so now you're scouring Craigslist for used mini fridges, and shopping your options for CO2 draft starter kits. Well, good call.
This kit is the most expensive option, but the included brand new Italian-made ball lock corny keg makes it well worth it, especially for a beginner. It's really nice to start out with a fresh clean, well crafted brand new keg--as opposed to dealing with possible leaks/infections from dirty used kegs that are likely older than you are.
It's not overly difficult to clean a used keg, or to change out all of the seals, but personally I was learning a lot as a newbie diving into brewing, so I was happy not to have to also immediately become a master of keg repair/maintenance/troubleshooting. Also, since you're you've got a fresh new clean keg, you can be 99.9% certain that any issues you might have with your beer are not coming from your keg. If you can afford it, this is the way to go.
*Pro tip, before you hook everything up, be sure to tighten all of your hose clamps to avoid any gas/beer leaks. Beer leaks are easy enough to spot, but gas leaks often go unnoticed until you're all out of CO2 and can't drink your beer :(
March 2, 2017