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Short answer, yes you should. Longer answer, I often don't and haven't had any problems. Like many things in brewing, there's best practice and then there's what you can get away with.
It's not a bad idea. When flowing, the post is pushed down, then liquid covers the whole head of the post. If that head was previously exposed to the world, and/or has dried-up beer on it from previous use, then that can get into your serving lines, glass, growler, bottles, &c. If you have a spray bottle of star-san at the ready, it shouldn't be that ...
I was going through my storage and found I had 14 5 gallon ball lock corney kegs that I would let someone have for a good deal! I also have a 15.5 gal beer keg with top cut out and a stainless ball valve welded in the bottom. co2 tank & regulator, ball lock couplers and misc homebrewing supplies. been in storage for quite some time.
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