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I already have a bar setup at home, with shelf chiller, taps, gas and s-key setup including cleaning socket.

I'm looking at options for legging my home brew, I know about the corney kegs and they are easier to clean.

However has anyone had any experience with these NDL kegs?

By the time I've bought the connetor for the Corney keg and berr line cleaning connections the price for a single keg would be the same.
 

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How big is the opening for cleaning? I love being able to properly give the cornie a scrub - easy to get your arm right in. Sometimes reconditioned cornies are £35 - but since lockdown the prices are pretty high.
 

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It's not a massive opening from what I can gather, some online posts talk about flushing may be enough with just a few long brushes, but I'm not so sure.
 

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Re beer line cleaning, I use Carbonation Cap plus a 2 litre fizzy water bottle. Also use it for carbing fizzy water and other drinks.
 

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