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UK BREWING - ITEM # KEYSTONE-WOODEN

Wooden Keystone Bung for Cask Ale

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$1.39

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Prevent your precious cask conditioned ale from spilling out the keystone by using this simple but necessary cask part - the wooden keystone bung.


    Overview

    Prevent your cask ale from spilling out the bung hole by using this wooden keystone cask bung.

    It inserts easily into the bung hole on the crown of your pin cask or firkin beer cask. The wood absorbs moisture to help create an extra-tight seal. This maintains your beer's quality over time.

    The keystone bung hole of your cask is essentially the same as its tap. If you don’t plug it up, the ale will flow, so add this wooden keystone cask part to prevent unwanted beer spills.

    Features
    • Made of wood
    • Easily inserts into keystone hole of cask

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    Why did you choose this?
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    We began a firkin day at the brewery for test batches.
    Tyler M on Jul 7, 2020
    these are the best type
    Stephen W on Mar 28, 2019
    We began a firkin day at the brewery for test batches.
    Tyler M on Jul 7, 2020
    to stop the beer from exiting the firkin upon filling
    Stephen T on Jan 30, 2020
    these are the best type
    Stephen W on Mar 28, 2019
    My brewery needs them.
    Aaron H on Jan 23, 2019
    Wood is preferred in our neighborhood.
    David E on Mar 21, 2017
    Works better than the plastic. The wood swells and prevents leaks
    Kristen L on Nov 8, 2016
    wanted to try it
    Thomas B on Sep 23, 2016
    To plug my bungholes
    Matthew D on Jul 2, 2016
    we prefer the wood, it is easier to use
    Lisa P on Nov 27, 2015
    Making Real Ale.
    eric w on Nov 19, 2015
    Keep that beer in the cask until tapped!
    John D on Sep 27, 2015
    to stop the beer from exiting the firkin upon filling
    Stephen T on Jan 30, 2020
    My brewery needs them.
    Aaron H on Jan 23, 2019
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