5 Liter KegLand Mini Keg

  • Item #P12
  • Price: $54.99

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The KegLand Stainless Steel Mini Beer Kegs are specifically designed for home brewing/growler dispensing. They are suited to small batches and suited to people who want to fit them into their home refrigerators. You can naturally carbonate using priming sugars or force carbonate and serve your beer with the optional ball lock lid (item P07, see at right).  They come with a silicone gasket sealed stainless threaded lid, so you can fill them with beer and let them naturally carbonate, or carbonate as needed with the optional P07 ball lock lid. You will be given a chance to buy this lid (you do not need a  Ball Lock Lid for every keg) when you put this in your cart.
These fit into a standard domestic refrigerator. The optional Ball Lock lid for these  kegs use a flexible silicone dip tube the kegs can also be dispensed on their side or upright. The flexible silicone dip tube of lid P07 is heavier than beer, and will sink to the bottom even if the kegs are on their side.  Kegs are equipped with a 30 PSI relief valve, and have a maximum pressure of 45 PSI.

Kegland Mini Kegs use the gold standard acid bath electrolosis to pacify the 304 grade stainless steel making the more resistant to rust than any other mini keg on the market. These are the only mini keg that uses a special robotic technique to weld the kegs from the inside out. This means KegLand gets a superior welding finish that is more sanitary than any other mini keg available. Although there are many other mini kegs that come from China simply none have the quality and finish as the genuine KegLand minikegs. See the video below for the KegLand welding story.

This 5 Liter (1 gallon) model is 11" tall and 7" wide. With optional Ball Lock Lid P07, it is 13.5" tall.

Average rating 9.5 out of 10 ( based on 4 reviews )

Great kegs

Review by Kevin on 3/31/2021

I bought of these, plus the ball lock caps and use them for my BEERMKR brews which are about 150 ounces. They work great and take up less room in the fridge too. I am very happy with them.

You'll need 2...

Review by Jeff Summerlin on 8/9/2019

I brew small batches in a Brew Demon fermenter. One of the headaches is bottling. Get two of these and you can kick the bottling habit. The 5 liter size fits easily in smaller keezers and refrigerators and you can daisy chain them - it's perfect if you want to put half your batch on gas and save the other 5 liter for later! Or use it to experiment with dry hopping! The uses are endless. Oh, it is a Kegland product...good sanitary welds, no leaks, good quality. Get the gas head - you'll need it. I also recommend that after you have a couple of these, you might want to get a few spare gaskets. Yeah, I have 2 of the 2 liter ones and this one. They are awesome - I use the 2 liter ones for growlers at local fill spots. Cheers everybody!

I LOVE this minikeg!

Review by Andy on 12/24/2018

Super quality and this is perfect for both my small batches, keeping a local breweries beer carbed, and for just keeping small quantities in the house instead of full size kegs. The advantage to this minikeg over others is the ability to just take the keg places, and when pressure runs out, you can unscrew the top and pour! Repressurize the remainder when you are back home. Great quality welds too.

Love these guys!

Review by Fred on 10/18/2018

I love these little guys! Going to a bbq? these are really easy to take! Doing 1 gallon experimental beer? Use these kegs! Guest taps on your kegerator? These little guys are awesome!

Feb 15, 2023 by MR. N

Q: What pressures can the tanks handle? looking for something that can handle at least 80psi

A: 35 PSI. For a mini keg that can handle 85 PSI, look at our item G29.

Sep 17, 2022 by David B

Q: Can your 5 liter keg be usef with the Krups beertender?

A: No

Jan 23, 2019 by J.Y. Lee

Q: HI, I'm interested in your products. Can I know the country of manufacture of your products ? fast reply, thanks.

A: China

Oct 10, 2018 by S

Q: Description reads: "5 Liter (1 gallon) model" 5 Liter = 169.07 US Fluid Ounces Does this hold 5 Liters or 1 Gallon?

A: 5 Liters

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