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Old 01-30-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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I was wondering if I can get a different lid for my pin lock keg so it has a different pressure release valve?

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Yes you can buy a whole new lid or just the release valve. Keg Connection has them both, as well as other vendors.

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Why do you need a valve? Just take off the gas in connector and push the poppet.

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Why do you need a valve? Just take off the gas in connector and push the poppet.
For me its just a couple more steps I don't mind spending a few bucks to avoid. A pull ring makes it really easy to purge a keg.
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Why do you need a valve? Just take off the gas in connector and push the poppet.
It makes it a lot easier to purge the air when you force carbonate
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Yes you can buy a whole new lid or just the release valve. Keg Connection has them both, as well as other vendors.
Thanks, new brewer and trying to get my setup perfect before I start.
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