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Old 08-23-2008, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default Reusing 2.5 Gallon Hamm's Aluminum Keg

Picked up an old 2.5 gallon Hamm's tapper from the flea market for 20 bucks. I searched all day but could not find much info on them. Has anyone used these gems for home brew? I removed the C clip in the same fashion as a sanke keg to find the CO2/regulator that seems to be filled via shrader valve. The tap came off easily as well with a quarter turn in the clockwise direction. It is nasty inside, and is easy to say it would be a bad idea to reuse the plastic tap. I have a few ideas, but was wondering what any one else thought.



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Old 03-08-2009, 11:44 PM   #2
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Did you ever get this to work? I came across one that my Dad had and got the bottom off, but I am wondering how/if it would work refilling the regulator with CO2?



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I was just given one today. Any info on the reuse of these kegs.

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I just won one in an eBay auction. I'm hoping to use it as a firkin. I was thinking I could drill a hole for the pin...

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Came across this page on the Internets:

http://www.rustycans.com/COM/month0609.html



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