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Old 09-03-2013, 01:01 PM   #1
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Morning,
After my return to brewing this weekend from a four year hiatus (she is so worth the time away from brewing) I really don't wish to return to bottling! About five years ago BigJohn and I purchased a skid of corny kegs (I think we have a dozen or so) and I am looking for advice and tips on reconditioning them for beer. Thanks!

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Replace all rubber seals (lid and disconnects), pressure test, clean then acid wash the innards, sanitize, fill!

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