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Strange question about BitterAle/Lager kegs/barrels.

I wonder what it would cost to have your own tap for bitter, ale or lager in the USA and get the barrels/kegs delivered to a private address (if even possible). This may sound wally to you but I am serious about it. If anyone has a link to a site where I can find prices and possibilities it would be very appreciated.

Thank you

PW

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Here ya go!

In reply to: Strange question about BitterAle/Lager kegs/barrels.

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I wonder how long

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it would take to go through a whole keg of Guinness.

Hmmmm....


Dan

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I think....

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.... longer than domestic beers. Guinness is made to sip through the "cream" for best enjoyment.

I'm not sure if it is available for home use. If it is, the lucky owner must be sure to draw it properly, or the taste is not up to snuff.

There has been some improvement in the bottled variety as they now offer bottled draft. The canned bottled draft is also better than before.

Before the availability of bottled draft, all the bottled kind was good for was washing your hair.

Angeline (self-appointed Guinness expert) Happy


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If you're going to go through

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all the trouble of setting it up in your home, you might as well get the right tap and pour the best brew. How long would it take to go through a keg of Coors Light? Forever!

Dan

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