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Where there’s a fun party, there ought to be some beer flowing - and what can be better than a good old keg to keep your beer cool and fresh?
Welcome to BeverageCraft - your online keg store dedicated to all things beer and offering quality beer keg supplies, where you can find a perfect keg for your party needs or stainless steel tank for your brewery.
For those of you who are still new to the concept of a beer keg for home, it might be interesting to learn a few basics first.
Keg definition is pretty straightforward and it goes like this: keg is essentially a pressurized container in the form of a barrel used to store, transport and serve various drinks. Technically, kegs can be used for any beverage - whether it’s alcoholic or non-alcoholic, carbonated or non-carbonated. However, they are most commonly used for beer.
Beer keg is one of the most popular methods of dispensing beer at bars, pubs, clubs, festivals, and house parties due to its simplicity and efficiency.
Needless to say, beer in kegs is rather different to cask ale or bottled beer since it has to be pasteurized or filtered to make sure there are no more active ingredients left in them, which prolongs the shelf-life of the beer and ensures the same quality and taste across the board.
Kegs come in different sizes and volumes, most of which have been established historically depending on the type of beverage.
Despite the fact that many people refer to a keg as a unit of measure, it isn’t. Keg sizes are not standardized, and they can come in a variety of shapes and forms. The volume, however, remains more or less constant.
Currently, most beer kegs are available in the following volumes:
However, there are plenty of other, different beer keg sizes such as:
In addition to the standard sizes, we have import stainless steel beer kegs for sale on our website.
Depending on the type of beverage, there can be:
Depending on the type of intended use:
Depending on the size/volume - see the ones we’ve listed above. In addition to beer kegs, there’s also a so-called Cornelius keg (aka “soda keg”) previously used mostly for storing and dispensing soft drinks. Nowadays, Cornelius kegs are gaining more popularity among homebrewed beer enthusiasts - check them out here.
If you’re still wondering where to buy beer kegs, think no further than BeverageCraft. Among all the places that sell kegs, BeverageCraft stands out for its wide choice, affordable prices and knowledgeable staff who can help you to choose the right beer or wine kegs for home.
Whether you’re looking for a pony keg for sale, mini beer kegs for sale or wine kegs for sale, we’ve got them available in our online store.
If you’re not sure which beer kegs or keg parts are best for you or have any questions regarding shipping, contact us via phone (866) 590-9299, live chat, or email - we’ll be there in an instant to provide you with professional consult and assistance.