|Stainless steel kegs various size and standard|
With a refreshing, smooth taste balanced between heavier European imports and lighter domestic beer. The flavor is crisp, clean and well balanced between hops and malt, a superior taste profile from superior ingredients—the finest-quality blend of filtered water, malted barley, hops, corn and yeast.
Good friends. Good times. When you bring the two together, unforgettable moments and unbeatable experiences are bound to happen. This embodies that carefree state of mind you find when you’re living truly in the moment. In your keg and good company by your side, your beach is never far away.
Beer kegs with coupler
Supply your brewery with the best kegs on the market with these Full Size 1/2 bbl kegs. Our kegs are produced and tested for quality in an ISO 9001 Certified facility, abiding by strict quality control standards. Each keg is constructed entirely of Stainless Steel, ensuring a long serving life for your brewery.
Stainless steel kegs detail
Full Size 1/2 bbl keg
304 Stainless Steel Construction
Produced in an ISO 9001 Certified Facility
Drop In spears produced by MicroMatic
A keg coupler is a key element of any draft beer system. It's a small but vital piece of equipment that connects the gas and beer lines to your keg. Pressurized gas (either CO2 or nitrogen depending on the type of beer being dispensed) flows into the side of the keg coupler through an air line and the beer flows out through a beer line attached to the top.
Even though all keg couplers are similar in appearance and function, you’ll need to make sure you’ve got the right style for the keg you want to tap. Use the chart below to determine which keg coupler type corresponds with your favorite beer. Can't find the beer you're looking for? Ask your local distributor which coupler you should use!
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How long will a keg keep?
This depends on the storing conditions of the keg and the method used to dispense the beer. Using a tap (the most common way to dispense beer), which injects oxygen into the keg, the beer should ideally be consumed the same day. If storing the keg under pressure and refrigerated (i.e. using a kegerator system) the keg should stay fresh for around 2 months.
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