Below is a table that details the dimensions and volume that each of our mini kegs and growlers can hold. It also includes the height of each of the taps as well as the max volume allowed when using Nitro.
Please ensure you consider the height of both the vessel and tap. However the taps can be removed at any time to allow you to store the keg lying down (or standing if you have room) This will leave the keg with a spear (6cm) on it (this has the valves that the tap connects to).
|Diameter||Height (Keg only, tap heights in next table)||Volume||Liquid Volume for Nitro|
|2L Standard Keg||13.5cm||20cm||2L / 6 Stubbies||1.2L / 5 x 8oz standard coffee|
|2L Black Insulated Keg||13.5cm||26cm||2L / 6 Stubbies||1.2L / 5 x 8oz standard coffee|
|4L Standard Keg||13.5cm||35cm||4L / 12 Stubbies||3.2L / 13 x 8oz standard coffee|
|4L Black Insulated Keg||17.5cm||29.5cm||4L / 12 Stubbies||3.2L / 13 x 8oz standard coffee|
|5L Standard Keg||17.5cm||28cm||5L / 15 Stubbies||4.2L / 17 x 8oz standard coffee|
|5L Black Insulated Keg||17.5cm||36cm||5L / 15 Stubbies||4.2L / 17 x 8oz standard coffee|
|10L Standard Keg||17.5cm||50cm||10L / 30 Stubbies||9.2L / 38 X 8oz standard coffee|
|19L Cornelius Standard Keg||21.5cm||64cm||19L / 57 Stubbies||18.2L / 76 x 8oz standard coffee|
|20L PET Fermenter Keg Jr||25.94cm||58.69cm||20L / 60 Stubbies||N/A|
|35L PET Fermenter Snub Nose||38cm||65.8cm||32L||N/A|
The below heights are from the mouth of the keg to the top of the tap when it is attached to the ball lock spear, except for the Party Pump which is a separate unit that screws into the mouth and does not require a ball lock spear.
|Tap / Spear Type||Height|
|Plastic Picnic Tap||12cm|
|Standard Chrome Tap||22cm|
|Steel Flow Control Tap on Steel Disconnect||20cm|
|Party Pump (Rechargeable Tap)||
|iKegger 2.0 Tap System (no regulator)||
|iKegger 2.0 Tap System (with regulator, to top of gas disconnect)||
Attach the barb connection on the diffusion stone to some 6mm silicone line to quickly carbonate your drink during the force carbonation process.
The CO2 is forced through the tiny pores in the stone which is then diffused into the liquid for a quicker carbonation time.