abbreviation of cornellius keg. A stainless steel tank, with gas in and liquid out posts that mate with quick disconnects for simple attachment and removal of hoses. 5 gallon capacity is the most common size used by homebrewers. Corny-kegs were most recognized in the soda industry for many years.
What are the Pros and Cons of the different keg types, e.g.: Plastic barrel keg, such as a King Keg Cornelius/Corny Keg? Edit - following the comment from PJ can I clarify that this question is ...
What do I need to prepare a used corny keg (picked up at a flea market say) for brewing? Should I replace the seals? Do I need a special tool to remove the posts? What products and techniques ...
When it comes to corny keg disconnects, what are the pros and cons of pin lock vs ball lock posts? Seems like there are more spare parts available for the ball lock kind.