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A keg is often constructed of aluminum or steel. It is commonly used to store, transport, and serve beer. Other alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, carbonated or non-carbonated, may be housed in a keg as well. Such liquids are generally kept under pressure. Kegs come in various sizes.

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Lots of good, in-depth answers here. It looks like nobody (edit: looks like Soloem did, actually) mentioned the obvious: close your supply line and bleed excess CO2 from the keg. Sometimes a keg … with your setup (long lines, warm temps, leaks or something crazy) you're just facing an over-pressurized keg. …
answered Nov 4 '15 by Preston