Used beer keg restoration process

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Used beer kegs in our Catalog!

Used keg restoration process is remarkable! See for yourself:

Many kegs are still available for sale or rent. See our keg catalog or fill in a request form.

If You want to restore Your kegs, see our keg services.


Used Keg restoration and sale

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View Used Keg CATALOG!

Our one of a kind surface cleaning machine cleans, polishes and restores used keg surface to it’s original state. Restored kegs look like new ones! We can also apply your company logos to the kegs. Check pictures to see the result.
Keg Restoration services: old used keg and restored keg with logo

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Restored Kegs

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Our recent project is complete!

Some time ago JSC “Pilsena” got an order from one of the biggest Lithuanian brewery AB “Volfas Engelman” to restore 2000 pcs. of used beer kegs. We performed the following tasks:

  • Changed the kegs fittings from G-type to A type.
  • Abolished the old logo
  • Updated keg surface
  • Produced new logos

Now the order is almost complete. Fully restored, polished and branded kegs are ready to serve once more!

Restored Used beer kegs

Restored Used beer kegs

Old Keg Restoration and Sale

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View Used Keg CATALOG!

 restored used kegs

We have new and even better keg restoration equipment! Now we restore used beer kegs faster and they look good as new!

  • If You are interested in purchasing or renting used beer kegs (beer barrels) – see our keg catalog.
  • If You are interested in restoring old kegs or logo appliance on kegs – see our keg services.

Used Beer Kegs for Sale or Rent

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How Kegs Work

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A keg is a small barrel. Kegs are often constructed of stainless steel. Kegs are commonly used to store, transport, and serve beverages (beer, vine and other alcohol and non-alcohol drinks).

A keg has a single opening on one end. A tube called a “spear” extends from the opening to the other end. There is a self-closing valve that is opened by the coupling fitting which is attached when the keg is tapped. There is also an opening at the top of the spear that allows gas (usually carbon dioxide) to drive the beverage out of the keg. The coupling fitting has one or two valves that control the flow of beverage out of and gas into the keg.