Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs

Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs

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Torpedo Kegs too wide? Want to squeeze another keg in your kegerator? The patented design, D794,899, of the new Slimline Torpedo Keg is 9% more slim than the classic model with all the same great features. Coming in at about 1/4" thinner than standard Ball Lock Cornelius Kegs, this keg has welded stainless handles and the ability to stack kegs with fittings still in place all at a great price.

Quality First
Here at MoreBeer! we love nothing more than quality interior welds. We've spent a decade rejecting kegs made overseas because the interior welds have never met our standards. If a weld is not perfect and shows evident burn marks along with nooks and crannies it cannot be sanitized effectively. Torpedo kegs are machine welded and exceed our standards for quality. This weld quality is possible because these kegs are made by an ISO certified commercial keg manufacturer.

Cool Features
Torpedo Kegs were designed to stack with Ball Lock quick disconnects in place and serving which is a cool feature for some brewers who have vertical space in their refrigerator. We also like the rolled stainless steel handles. They are comfortable to grab and will never come off like some rubber handles can over time. “In” and “Out” is etched near the keg posts for easy identification which is very handy when you are connecting lines in a refrigerator or kegerator and trying not to make a mistake. 

Overall for the price and quality, along with free shipping from MoreBeer!, the Torpedo Keg is an amazing value!

Taking your keg on the go? Don't leave home without a custom tailored Slimline Torpedo Keg Sleeve!


  • Max Pressure: 130 psi
  • PRV Rating: 85 psi
  • High Quality Laser Welded Seams
  • ISO9001 Quality Assurance
  • Made from 304 Stainless Steel


  Height (in.) Diameter (in.)
1.5 Gal 11 8 5/16
2.5 Gal 15 3/4 8 5/16
5 Gal 25 1/2 8 5/16

For a slightly shorter keg, see our Standard Torpedo Kegs!

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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
slim design and 2.5 gal volume.
THOMAS L on May 8, 2021
to fit in chest freezer used for cooling
Fred on May 4, 2021
slim design and 2.5 gal volume.
THOMAS L on May 8, 2021
Make homemade cocktails.
derek f on May 6, 2021
to fit in chest freezer used for cooling
Fred on May 4, 2021
They fit in my fridge better
Michael G on May 4, 2021
Bottom made for beer settlement, old soda kegs bottoms have concave down, Torpedo bottom has concave up where settlement is not available to the dip tube
Noel C R on May 1, 2021
Quality of welds/design
Philip W on Apr 26, 2021
Great product if you're looking for kegs
Dennis M on Apr 23, 2021
Going to use it as a big growler with my kegerator
David K on Apr 22, 2021
To fit more easily 2 kegs on my 5 ft freezer
Joel T on Apr 19, 2021
wanted new keg vs old
Michael H on Apr 19, 2021
wanted new keg in smaller volume
Michael H on Apr 19, 2021
already have 2, best kegs for homebrewers
Robert F on Apr 15, 2021
Great product. Adding more to the home brewery
Jason Benda-Joubert on Apr 6, 2021
I can fit 6 of these in my keezer. Even though they aren't dramatically slimmer than standard cornies every little bit counts in the keezer.
Justin T on Apr 2, 2021
My keezer is small and this 1.5gal slim keg should be perfect for small batch brews.
Ricardo F on Mar 25, 2021
When I go fishing now I can take two styles of beer.i already have one set up super awesome in a ice chest covered with ice so tasty
Steven L E on Mar 23, 2021
Tight Room In Kegerator, I have one already and they let me have more space.
Gary E N on Mar 19, 2021
I’m hoping it will fit into my kegerator along with two other kegs
Ric N on Mar 18, 2021
Old corny is failing... after 15+ years.
Derek on Mar 8, 2021
perfect fit in our cooler, and high quality
The Truck Y on Mar 6, 2021
They work great
james williams on Mar 2, 2021
Can fit four of these 5 gallons in my kegerator
John P on Feb 20, 2021
light weight slim profile
Todd B on Feb 18, 2021
giving a second chance after first order was damaged, in addition to replacement on the way
Shawn C T on Feb 15, 2021
slimline dimensions were key/different
Brent R on Feb 9, 2021
The local brewery will fill it.
Philip R on Feb 2, 2021
Have one already, and like the size and quality.
Daniel C on Feb 2, 2021
Ease of use
William S on Feb 1, 2021
to fit in a small fridge
Jeffrey H on Jan 23, 2021
The torpedo kegs look awesome
Shannon L on Jan 12, 2021
I'm using it to keg ginger beer.
Erick A on Jan 12, 2021
Planning to buy a kegorator in the future that will take Slimline Torpedo kegs
Attila K on Jan 11, 2021
fits nicely in the kegerator
Misha B on Jan 7, 2021
Matches others and fits in keezer
Deloris K on Dec 30, 2020
continuous soda water needs less space
Matthew Sabin on Dec 29, 2020
Will fit in my kegerator with another torpedo 5 gallon keg
Curt on Dec 28, 2020
Love these kegs!
Doug H on Dec 21, 2020
It was on the recipient's Christmas wish list.
John V H on Dec 21, 2020
Cold brew
Jason B on Dec 18, 2020
This is my third one. The Slimline fits perfectly in my setup.
Scott S on Dec 17, 2020
great product for keezer capacity and gifting beer!
Christopher B on Dec 16, 2020
Matches my existing keg size. Allows me flexibility to have a keg for seltzer or partial Nitro batch or a spare keg to clean tap lines
Thomas Z on Dec 15, 2020
James K on Dec 8, 2020
Small enough to take to lakehouse
Steve P on Dec 8, 2020
Past experience with same brand.
Robert M on Dec 5, 2020
Downsizing and want to save on CO2
Jason Z on Dec 4, 2020
I have a 5gal one and it fits better in my kegerator.
KRISTINA S on Dec 4, 2020
I already have one and it fits better in my kegerator.
KRISTINA S on Dec 4, 2020
Share with a brew buddy
Marvin Altman on Dec 3, 2020
Love these torpedos
Donald Sargent on Dec 3, 2020
Make homemade cocktails.
derek f on May 6, 2021
They fit in my fridge better
Michael G on May 4, 2021
What is the exact stacked height of two 2.5 gal slimline torpedo kegs?
Max Rudolph on Nov 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The exact height within tape measure tolerance is 30-3/8" .
does anyone know what size posts these kegs have? I need to replace the gas side? thanks!
Tim Goodman on Jan 23, 2018
Are these kegs made in the usa?
Richard Hartford on Mar 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Richard - These kegs are made in China.
What is the actual volume of the 5 gallon keg (not the nominal volume which is 5 gallons)? How does it compare to a traditional ball lock 5 gallon keg? Do the slimline and regular torpedo kegs have the same actual volume?
Kevin Ramey on Feb 6, 2020
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BEST ANSWER: After purchasing several of these, I made some measurements of the capacity of two "5 gallon" slimline kegs using a high quality calibrated graduated cylinder. Sadly, in each case the total capacity (to the rim) is only 4.845 US gallons, which means a practical operating capacity of something like 4.75 gallons or less. If you are expecting to keg 5 gallons, you're going to be at least a couple of pints short in each keg.
Wll the slimline versions stack on a regular size torpedo Keg and or vice Versa?
Chris Sager on Jan 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chris - The Slimline Torpedo kegs are compatible with other Slimline Torpedo kegs but will not be compatible with the regular Torpedo kegs, vice versa.
Have you considered offering this with a hang tab lid, so customers who want those don't end up with two lids per keg?
Thomas Parshall on Dec 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Maybe harder to sterilize hand tab lids?
Will this fit on the ball lock fittings on the Torpedo Kegs? I bought something similar from Amazon and there seems to be a slight difference in the connection. Before I jump on this one I wanted to make sure it will connect correctly.
Raymond Biondi on Jan 15, 2020
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BEST ANSWER: Raymond - Our Torpedo kegs carry standard ball lock fittings. This should work fine.
Are these still stack-able when using Flow Control Ball Lock Disconnect Beverage Out - Flare
Daniel Lemoine on Dec 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If you buy the torpedo (low profile) disconnects then yes

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Rated 5 out of 5
Keg Choice
Very pleased with the kegs. Easy to handle and stack. I will definitely choose them again. The only reason I would not have a Torpedo Keg as my next one is if someone gave me a keg they didn't want -- probably because they just bought a Torpedo Keg!
May 7, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
shipped promptly and I had beer in it within a day. Works great
April 23, 2021
4 weeks ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Nicely built lightweight kegs
These are prefect for home brew. They are not heavy duty like commercial kegs which are expected to be knocked around. So you don't knock these around.
April 21, 2021
1 month ago
Rated 4 out of 5
First impressions...
Just received my 2.5 gallon and 5 gallon kegs. So they have not seen any beer yet. My first thoughts are these look great. They were packaged well and have no damage from shipping. They were also pressurized so that was nice. Quality of these are very nice. Handles feel great in hands and more rigid that the rubber ones. No more black marks. Welds are nice inside and out. Posts look good. The lid and pressure relief look fine. They stack nicely.

Now for my only somewhat issues so far. The volumes are misleading. Filled these each using a scale. Filled them with 70 degree water to 8.33 lbs/per gallon. The 2.5 gallon labeled on keg as 2.6 gallon will hold 2.5 gallons right up the gas dip tube. The 5 gallon keg labeled on keg as 5 gallons will not hold 5 gallons. To the brim it’s around 4.8 gallons (which was also mentioned in one of the questions about actual capacity). Now it’s not a huge concern to me as I don’t normally overbuild my recipes to account for losses anyways but it would be nice if it holds the listed amount. Another thing is the liquid dip tube is straight and it goes down into the small ring around where the keg bottom is convex so I could see having some issues if the beer isn’t super clear when transferring. Maybe a few pints of cloudy pours. I guess you could shorten them slightly or I’m curious if a curved dip tube could be made to sit directly into the center of the bottom which would keep anything that would settle out around the outside edge.
April 20, 2021
2 weeks ago
Rated 5 out of 5
these are great kegs
they're lighter, nicer and built better than a regular corny keg. they're actually about the same width as a corny keg so I assume that a regular torpedo keg is a little wider. i like that they're stackable. I've bought 3 of these!
April 8, 2021
1 month ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Nice kegs
These kegs are good quality. I stack four 2-1/2 gallon kegs in my beer fridge and use the Torpedo ball lock quick connects. One new keg I ordered had a defect and More Beer sent me a replacement right away.
April 7, 2021
6 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So far so good, liking the design
March 10, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect size for my needs. Good quality
February 27, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Slimline kegs are perfect fit
Slimline are great for the V2 Komos kegerator. Fitting four in their is nice. Especially with two kegs needed for a 10 gallon batch. Easy to pressurize and actually do force carbonation with by using 20 psi.
February 8, 2021
5 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Preferred over Corny
Love the design. To keep things organized I run the hoses through the handle and it sits perfectly. The slim design has already allowed me to have two of these and a commercial sixtel in the kegerator with room for possibly another slimline torpedo (haven’t tried yet because I need another keg). If you can find a deal these are definitely worth it over corny.
December 30, 2020
5 months ago