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Used Corny Keg 19L - Taller / Thinner type

£50.00

MORE STOCK BEING ADDED ALL THE TIME

We have a new type of used keg!

They are the taller / thinner type (same dimensions as our new 19L Kegland kegs).

Each keg comes with a O ring seal kit so you can put new seals on yourself (we haven't changed them).

99% of the kegs have been used to dispense carbonated water in Europe so are clean inside.

Like our other reconditioned / used kegs we have put them into different grades.  

All these kegs are guaranteed to be:

  • gas tight
  • free from welds (apart from the welded type)
  • rubber leaves no marks on surfaces 
  • clean on the outside and inside*

*99% of kegs have been used to dispense carbonated water (and so may contain a small amount of water). A small number have been used for other drinks - these are available to buy at a discounted rate (see option) - but you will definitely need to clean them.

We sort all the reconditioned kegs we receive into categories dependent on their condition (as below). We were the first UK online seller of kegs to do this.

Used Superior grade kegs

  • No welds or significant dents in the walls of the keg or the base.
  • The lid is in great condition and the lid opening isn't significantly damaged or bent.
  • Rubber is in great condition and doesn't leave any marks on surfaces / hands.
  • No Stickers - There may be very small amounts of sticker residue (from the stickers we have removed) left on the outside of the keg.

Used Standard grade kegs - as the superior kegs but with one or more of these issues:

  • No welds but more significant dents to the base or the walls of the keg
  • No Stickers - but larger amounts of sticker residue (from the stickers we have removed) left on the outside of the keg.

Used Stickered Kegs - Standard / Superior - these kegs will be either standard or superior grade (pot luck) but come with a variety of stickers:

  • Rubber is in great condition and doesn't leave any marks on surfaces / hands.
  • Kegs have branded stickers - the photos shows only some of the sticker designs - we think in most cases the stickers enhance the look of the keg and can usually removed quite easily if you don't want the sticker.
  • Apart from stickers they will as standard or superior above

Needs cleaning kegs - Standard / Superior - these kegs have been used to dispense drinks other than water and will have some residue inside. They will need cleaning and may have stickers on them. They are both superior and standard quality.

  • Rubber is in great condition and doesn't leave any marks on surfaces / hands.
  • Kegs have been pressure tested. 
  • Kegs will likely have residues of drinks such as fruit juice, wine, cider inside. Outside of gas not been cleaned. 
  • Kegs will likely have stickers on (see description of stickered kegs).
  • Great alternative if you don't mind doing some deep cleaning your keg before use.  

Used welded kegs

  • Like our stickered kegs but with at least one weld. 
  • The kegs have been pressure tested

Kegs are all branded - made in Europe or the USA.

All kegs are the same size.

Kegs are ball lock.

Size of keg is:

Height - 63cm

Diameter - 21 cm

and 18.9 Litre capacity

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Used Corny Keg 19L - Taller / Thinner type

£50.00
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