5 Gallon Home Beverage System

  • Item #B62
  • Price: $179.99
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In stock, will ship on Monday, December 5

A high quality starter system with a single outlet C02 regulator. Includes a Two-Gauge Kegland Regulator, one new Ball-Lock KegLand Keg, Gas Connector with ¼" threaded flared tubing to fit home and commercial keg adapters, Tap with threaded 4' hose, and our illustrated instructions.  All components are new and of the highest commercial quality. Requires 27" of clearance for the 5 gallon keg.  A full-featured system that can be added to later as your needs change.

Important Note: You will need a 5 pound C02 tank which you can purchase locally. Check fire extinguisher, welding gas, or soda fountain suppliers for a local shop that can either sell you an empty tank to fill, or rent you a filled C02 Tank. A typical 5 pound C02 tank when full can dispense at least 9 five gallon kegs of beer.

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

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

Great Home System

Review by RobJ on 7/31/2019

I purchased this without the CO2 tank. Local fillers only do exchanges. The tank is exceptional. The CO2 gauge is also fantastic. Everything was easy to prep, use, and clean. I am really happy that I made this purchase.

Home beverage systems works like a champ

Review by Chris H. on 9/7/2018

This system works great. Makes brewing and carbonating simple and fast. I am completely satisfied with my purchase.

Great way to get started with kegging

Review by Jason on 5/23/2014

I bought this to get away from bottling and it's a great system to get started and learn with. I've added more kegs and parts to this system over the past year, love it!

great starting system, easy to add onto.

Review by Parker on 9/13/2011

Recieved this kit as a gift a while back and I am pleased with it. Since then I have added kegs. It is also very easy to upgrade to a dual or triple CO2 connector for multiple kegs at once.

Jan 21, 2017 by Jason

Q: I want to replace the threaded gas line connection on the included regulator with a y adapter but I can not get the included connection to budge. Any suggestions?

A: These are put in with thread sealant and can be hard to remove. Be sure to use the correct wrench size of 14mm to avoid rounding off the fitting. Try soaking the threads in a bit of penetrating oil like WD-40 or Liquid Wrench and leaving it for a while before using the 14mm wrench.

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