Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs

Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs

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Torpedo Kegs too wide? Want to squeeze another keg in your kegerator? The patented design, D794,889, of the new Slimline Torpedo Keg is 9% more slim than the classic model with all the same great features. Coming in at about 1/4" thinner than standard Ball Lock Cornelius Kegs, this keg has welded stainless handles and the ability to stack kegs with fittings still in place all at a great price.


Quality First

Here at MoreBeer! we love nothing more than quality interior welds. We've spent a decade rejecting kegs made overseas because the interior welds have never met our standards. If a weld is not perfect and shows evident burn marks along with nooks and crannies it cannot be sanitized effectively. Torpedo kegs are machine welded and exceed our standards for quality. This weld quality is possible because these kegs are made by an ISO certified commercial keg manufacturer.


Cool Features

Torpedo Kegs were designed to stack with Ball Lock quick disconnects in place and serving which is a cool feature for some brewers who have vertical space in their refrigerator. We also like the rolled stainless steel handles. They are comfortable to grab and will never come off like some rubber handles can over time. “In” and “Out” is etched near the keg posts for easy identification which is very handy when you are connecting lines in a refrigerator or kegerator and trying not to make a mistake.


Overall for the price and quality, along with free shipping from MoreBeer!, the Torpedo Keg is an amazing value!


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  Height (in.) Diameter (in.)
1.5 Gal 11 8 5/16
2.5 Gal 15 3/4 8 5/16
5 Gal 25 1/2 8 5/16


For a slightly shorter keg, see our Standard Torpedo Kegs!

Community Q&A

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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
Saw good reviews of the product; currently setting up refrigerator keg system.
Daniel C on Jul 4, 2020
I already have 1 and I love it. Plan to build a keezer soon, I will slowly be adding these.
Corey R on Jul 1, 2020
Saw good reviews of the product; currently setting up refrigerator keg system.
Daniel C on Jul 4, 2020
Slimmer than regular keg. Fits 2 in my moble Kegerator
Michael F on Jul 2, 2020
I already have 1 and I love it. Plan to build a keezer soon, I will slowly be adding these.
Corey R on Jul 1, 2020
good reviews on site and good reviews on homebrewing forums
Brian B on Jun 27, 2020
Need a spare
Dan R on Jun 25, 2020
Size and footprint/stacking
Ryan M on Jun 18, 2020
Merlin J Foard on Jun 11, 2020
To use for modifying smaller batches. Lighter to carry.
John M on Jun 2, 2020
Carbonating water
Marck K on Jun 2, 2020
Best kegs I have used. Eventually changing out to all these type
Uriah B on May 25, 2020
Stackable, Add more kegs to my Kegerator
Gary N on May 23, 2020
Tired of constantly reconditioning old, used kegs.
Benjamin Daniel W on May 21, 2020
Great kegs (other than coming from China), matches my other kegs and fits well into my chest freezer (allows me to stuff one more in).
JOHN DUNLOP on May 20, 2020
Easier to slide into kegerator than the corny kegs with rubber bottoms. Plus full stainless for more durability and cleaner look
Michael A on May 16, 2020
Good bargain
Joshua E on May 15, 2020
need a new keg
Michael A on May 12, 2020
Price is about the same as the rubber top/bottom Kegs. Wanted to try a different style. I hope to be able to fit an extra keg in my kegerator with this slim size.
Thomas Gariety on May 11, 2020
Ease of stacking, slim for future kegerator
Richard P on May 9, 2020
love em
GB Express/David M on May 9, 2020
Well reviewed, tired of chasing leaks and parts for reconditioned old corny kegs
Nick K on May 8, 2020
Liked the slim feature
nickolaus k. w on May 6, 2020
Love these kegs. Much more sanitary than the rubber bottomed kegs and these stack very well.
Rene' Miller on May 6, 2020
small keg for test batches
Redbone on May 5, 2020
I only do 1 Gallon brews and fits in my fridge
Taylor M on May 3, 2020
To fit more kegs in my kegerator.
Pierce R on Apr 30, 2020
To Keg the beer
Bill H on Apr 27, 2020
Perfect size for seltzer water or small batch brewing
DAVID G on Apr 25, 2020
I can fit 3 of these into my kegerator
James D on Apr 23, 2020
I have one other Torpedo keg and I love it. finishing out the set.
Joe D on Apr 22, 2020
space in my cooler l, works better
Steve W on Apr 18, 2020
need it
Terrence Q on Apr 7, 2020
Have a couple and love them.
Christopher M on Apr 7, 2020
potential to fit more kegs in kegerator
Valued C on Apr 7, 2020
need more keg capacity
Patrick W on Apr 6, 2020
With the width I can fit 4 kegs on the floor on my Keezer
Matthew K on Apr 3, 2020
I picked this so I could standardize my kegs and fit four in my kegerator
Daniel Collins on Mar 30, 2020
Ron W on Mar 22, 2020
Ron W on Mar 22, 2020
split batches
Brandon W on Mar 13, 2020
Expanding size of kegerator, need more kegs.
Refactored on Mar 13, 2020
Trying something new
Jeffrey S. F on Feb 26, 2020
Need a shorty for camping
Scott T on Feb 24, 2020
I also Brew 5-gallon batches
Anthony J S on Feb 21, 2020
Slim line fits more kegs when not limited by height
Scott M on Feb 20, 2020
size, quality
brian R on Feb 17, 2020
Need small batch kegs that can stack in a keezer
Valued C on Feb 15, 2020
fits en the Wunderbar
C.H.F. H on Feb 7, 2020
They look nicer than corny and I already have 3
Eric on Feb 5, 2020
The Slimline series allows me to fit 1 additional Keg in my fridges
Scott M on Feb 1, 2020
carbonate beer
Jim on Jan 16, 2020
Slimmer than regular keg. Fits 2 in my moble Kegerator
Michael F on Jul 2, 2020
good reviews on site and good reviews on homebrewing forums
Brian B on Jun 27, 2020
What is the actual volume of the 5 gallon keg (not the nominal volume which is 5 gallons)? How does it compare to a traditional ball lock 5 gallon keg? Do the slimline and regular torpedo kegs have the same actual volume?
Kevin Ramey on Feb 6, 2020
Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs
Slimline Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs
Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs
Torpedo Ball Lock Kegs
BEST ANSWER: After purchasing several of these, I made some measurements of the capacity of two "5 gallon" slimline kegs using a high quality calibrated graduated cylinder. Sadly, in each case the total capacity (to the rim) is only 4.845 US gallons, which means a practical operating capacity of something like 4.75 gallons or less. If you are expecting to keg 5 gallons, you're going to be at least a couple of pints short in each keg.
Wll the slimline versions stack on a regular size torpedo Keg and or vice Versa?
Chris Sager on Jan 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chris - The Slimline Torpedo kegs are compatible with other Slimline Torpedo kegs but will not be compatible with the regular Torpedo kegs, vice versa.
Are these kegs made in the usa?
Richard Hartford on Mar 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Richard - These kegs are made in China.
Will this fit on the ball lock fittings on the Torpedo Kegs? I bought something similar from Amazon and there seems to be a slight difference in the connection. Before I jump on this one I wanted to make sure it will connect correctly.
Raymond Biondi on Jan 15, 2020
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Slimline Torpedo Keg - 1.5 Gal
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Slimline Torpedo Keg - 2.5 Gal
Slimline Torpedo Keg - 2.5 Gal
Faucet Quick Disconnect Assembly
Faucet Quick Disconnect Assembly
BEST ANSWER: Raymond - Our Torpedo kegs carry standard ball lock fittings. This should work fine.
Are these still stack-able when using Flow Control Ball Lock Disconnect Beverage Out - Flare
Daniel Lemoine on Dec 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If you buy the torpedo (low profile) disconnects then yes
What is the exact stacked height of two 2.5 gal slimline torpedo kegs?
Max Rudolph on Nov 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The exact height within tape measure tolerance is 30-3/8" .
does anyone know what size posts these kegs have? I need to replace the gas side? thanks!
Tim Goodman on Jan 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The posts on the Torpedo kegs are the same that fit on standard Corny ball lock kegs. The post measures 19/32" in diameter with 18 pitch threads. The part number for the gas in post is KEG460N.
Body Connect Gas-In (New)
Body Connect Gas-In (New)

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Solidly built.
These seem solid and sturdy, I havent been able to test them yet as I have to brew beer. No issues upon shipping that I can see. I will update upon filling and using them.
June 15, 2020
1 month ago
I like this better than the traditional "Korny" keg. It's easier to handle and easier to connect the lines. I like that it's slimmer too.
June 7, 2020
1 month ago
These kegs appear to be high quality and four of them fit nicely in the Komos kegerator allowing me to have four different brews on tap. So far so good.
May 16, 2020
3 months ago
I couldn't be happier with these as they're the only ones that fit nicely into my kegerator, and the build quality is outstanding. Good solid kegs with great handles, good valves, good lids etc. First rate!
April 11, 2020
4 months ago
Slimline torpedo keg
Love the keg... universal poppits not so much
April 6, 2020
3 months ago
Slightly more expensive but worth it for the lack of hassle. These just work.
I expected some issue based on what people where saying about early examples of these kegs. I was very pleased to receive a product with fantastic fit and finish. This is the best keg I have, the others being cheap Chinese new manufacture kegs off eBay (junk) and new manufacture kegs from northern Brewer from before they got bought out. This is an easy 5/5 would recommend from me.
March 26, 2020
3 months ago
As advertised. Gave us additional capacity in our keezer. No physical imperfections or shipping issues.
March 11, 2020
4 months ago
Everything Leaks
I really wanted to love these Slimline Torpedo Kegs, but alas they've taken up too much of my energy. I bought the 1.5 and 2.5 gallon versions about 18-months ago. In that time, I've tried to use them three times and have lost three tanks of CO2 due to leaks.
The first was due to the lid not sealing properly because the opening on the 1.5 gallon had been dented or warped. I hammered that out and tried again.
The second time, I leak checked and realized I was losing CO2 out of the gas-in posts. Tightened them, but no change. Contacted MoreBeer and they kindly sent replacement posts. Mounted them and lost the second tank while away for a weekend....they were still leaking even with new posts.
The third time, I suspected something wrong with the threads so I teflon taped the posts and leak checked everything. Held pressure for a couple days and then came home from work one day to find 2.5 gallons of beer in the bottom of the kegerator and an empty tank of CO2. The beer-out connector (which is insanely tight to mount, I might add) had partially popped off.

Not sure if I got a couple of bad apples, but these have taken up too much of my time and energy.
February 19, 2020
1 year ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Andrew - There is nothing worse than pulling a tap to find foam and an empty keg, we have all been there. If you haven't already found resolution, please give us a call at 1-800-600-0033 or email us at info@moreflavor.com so that we can assist you. We are here to help. Cheers!
April 29, 2020
Zach R Staff
Slimline 1.5 gal keg
Great well constructed smaller keg for my pico brewery!
January 25, 2020
6 months ago
Slimline Torpedo Keg
I bought this keg for fermentation vessel because of the size to fit in my fermentation freezer alongside other kegs I have. I wish I had found this keg before I started kegging. Good construction and I love the handles. This slim size though not a huge difference is sweet. If I purchase any more kegs in the future it will be this one.
January 5, 2020
7 months ago