Beer Barrel Portable Keg

Jul 19, 2016

Category: Gear

Time to up your beer game. With over 128 ounces (that’s one gallon) of storage space, the Beer Barrel is the ultimate way to transport you favorite libation from location to location or to carbonate a home brew on the go. There’s no right or wrong way to enjoy the beer barrel, as long as enjoyment is shared.

Each Beer Barrel comes with either a Starter or Pro Kit with the difference lying in the tap. The starter features a hose while the pro boasts a more professional tap, similar to the ones that go along with a standard keg. Each kit provides you with three Co2 cartridges so your drink maintains carbonation, delivering that bar feel to the backyard barbecue. And to fill it up, simply unscrew the tap, fill it up with your favorite brew, attach the Co2 Cartridge and enjoy your favorite freshly carbonated beer. It’s bound to keep a smile on your face no matter what. Available now for $140. [Purchase]

Beer Barrel Portable Keg 4

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