Pumpkin Beer Keg for Halloween

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Fall is here and so are the celebrations that come along with the time of year. Halloween is quickly approaching, so it’s time to bust out the decorations and plan for your entertaining festivities. Though there’s always some sort of punch or shared beverage at holiday events– there aren’t too many exciting ways to present them.

This year, try a little something new with your drink presentation by creating your very own Pumpkin Keg. It’s easy to do and all your only necessary tools are to hollow out the pumpkin and of course you’ll need a spout to pour the drinks. And of course you will need to finish it off with your drink of choice; whether it’s a Sam Adams OctoberFest or a Fall Harvest Sangria this one is definitely a party hit! See the step by step instructions on how to create your own pumpkin beer keg at SheKnows.

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