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2L Ball Lock Keg - with Corny Keg Lid


What we think at BKT HQ:

These are super cute, growler size corny kegs that are perfect for taking beer from a larger corny keg to either drink inside or take to a party.

They work great with your existing corny keg dispensing gear but if you want something really portable we recommend using a small charger reg (here) (you'll need a Gas MFL as well) and a deluxe party tap (here) or pluto gun (here).

Kegland say they are designed primarily for dispensing carbonated water using their carbonator lid (see here) but they are great for transporting home brew as well.


From Kegland:

2L Ball Lock Keg with Corny Keg Lid and Metal Handle (152mm x 252mm)

The KegLand 2000mL Ball Lock Keg is the smallest Cornelius keg lid capable ball lock keg to date. Primarily designed for a compact carbonating reservoir for soda water systems. It can of course be used as a more homebrew-styled portable party keg growler.

For more details on how to set this up as a carbonating soda water dispenser please see the manual here -> Carbonating Soda Reactor Lid. (takes you to the kegland website). We have this product here.

The other main difference between this keg and the Mini Keg range is that it comes with a rigid stainless steel gas and liquid dip tube (Please see internal photo). Meaning it cannot be used on its side without configuring a floating dip tube. To do this and not cut down the internal dip tube, we would suggest swapping the lid out for one of these -> The Corny Floater.


152mm  wide x 252mm to the handle.
231mm to the top of the ball lock posts. If using a machined ball lock disconnect the height would be approximately 273mm.

When using a soda reactor lid. The height including a machined ball lock disconnect would be 297mm

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2L Ball Lock Keg - with Corny Keg Lid

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How long does it take to brew beer?

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