The Kegging Corner
There are many reasons for it, but the plain truth is that draft beer just tastes better. Because most beer distributed in kegs has not been pasturized by heating, it exhibits the subtle nuances of the yeast and hops often driven off by bottling or canning. And distributors know to get a quality product to market, the beer must be kept cool. This extra care guarantees the beer will reach your glass the way the brewery meant it to taste.
Get that brewery fresh taste at home.
It is not as difficult as many believe to get that wonderful fresh beer taste in your own home. And by purchasing kegs for your house that can be served for a month, you will also realize the savings usually reserved for bars and taverns. Whether you plan on converting an old refrigerator in your basement, or you want to buy a brand new multi-tap draft beer system we can help.