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.

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what can I do with an old corny keg?

I have a corny keg with a neck that doesnt seal what else can i do with it besides carb. and serve beer? above the seal it is all bent up and have tied to repair with no success.
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What are the exact dimensions/specs of the fittings on a standard stainless steel Hansen Coupler?

I have a standard stainless steel Hansen Coupler for Pin-Lock type Cornelius Kegs. I'm trying to find the exact specs on both the 1/4 MFL and the inside (female) threads, where it connects to the ...
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What do I need to refurbish a corny keg?

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 ...
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Pros and Cons of different keg types?

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 ...
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Kegging home brew

I have a Cornelius system and I'm wanting to keg my home brew. I'm curious if you need to prime the beer to help with carbonation or if you just add wort to keg and carbonate from co2? If you do ...
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Is there a quicker way to carbonate a corny keg?

Currently, if I want my beer "today" I put the gas into the out tube at the desired target pressure. I then rest the keg on my lap and gently rock it for about 20 mins, until I don't hear any more ...
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Pin lock vs Ball lock

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.
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Corny keg that won't hold pressure.

I have a corny keg that won't hold pressure unless it's kept at constant pressure at around 10 - 15 psi which apparently is enough to compress the seal against the opening of the keg enough to stop ...
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Corny keg fermentors

I had been thinking about using a couple corny kegs as fermentors. Maybe even trimming up some dip tubes to be able to CO2 push finished beer out of the kegs to clean serving kegs. Here are some of ...