Kegging Homebrew Just Got Easier, Cheaper, and More Efficient

Earlier this week we added this 5 Gallon PET Homebrew Keg to our ever-expanding lineup of homebrewing equipment, and we’re pretty excited. You should be excited too (especially if you’re a homebrewer who kegs or wants to start kegging.)

There are three major benefits to using this keg over traditional homebrew tanks:

1. There’s a durable removable PET plastic inner liner that makes cleaning and refilling it exponentially easier
Homebrew Keg
2. It has a US Sankey coupler fitting, which means you don’t need to buy a bunch of quick disconnects to accommodate the gas and liquid valve posts – everyone knows that there’s nothing worse than having a keg of delicious homebrew and a jockey box or kegerator that you can’t use to tap it

3. A lot of times it’s cheaper – they’re only $59.99 brand new (a few bucks cheaper than our used corny kegs) and you don’t have to buy the quick disconnects… plus the outer shell is made of sleek black plastic and looks really nice
5 Gallon Sankey Homebrew Keg


  • joe December 30, 2016 @ 10:09pm

    so 59.99 for the bottle and the case? where can i buy these

  • Soappeddler January 12, 2017 @ 8:43pm

    Please help me to understand why Sankey fittings are superior to ball lock? If my keg set-up is already outfitted with ball lock fittings why would I want to switch to Sankey?

    • Caitlin January 17, 2017 @ 9:20am

      There is no reason to! We would never encourage someone to switch over if they have a system that is working well. Sankey systems are just used by professional breweries and theoretically they are less prone to leaks because there is one centralized point of contact. If you are working with ball locks, and it works for you, keep it up!

  • Peter February 14, 2017 @ 7:19am

    When whe 5gallon pet kegs be avalable

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