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2L Kegland MiniKeg / Growler

£30.00
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Great for parties or to keep and serve your beer in the kitchen fridge. Due to the silicon dip tube on the ball lock lid (sold separately) you can serve beer from them whilst they are on their side. You don't even need to take the keg from the fridge.

2L is the same as 6 330ml beers.

We've had the standard MiniKegs before but never stocked many as the quality wasn't good enough in our opinion. These kegs are a different story. They look fantastic, inside and out the welds are smooth and sanitary.

The Kegland Mini Kegs are pressure rated to 45PSI (this is stamped on the keg). Most other Mini Kegs we have seen have no pressure markings or manufacturing standards printed on them.

 

Information from the manufacturer (Kegland in Australia):

Mini Keg - 2L

The KegLand Small Stainless Steel Mini Beer Kegs are specifically designed for home brewing/growler dispensing.  They are suited to small batches and suited to people who want to fit them into their standard domestic fridges.

You can naturally carbonate using priming sugars or preferably force carbonate and serve your beer with the ball lock lid (also available)

The Mini Kegs are made so they conveniently fit into a standard domestic refrigerator.   Due to the fact that these kegs use a flexible silicone dip tube/spear the kegs can also be dispensed on their side or upright so irrespective of what is the most convenient orientation in your fridge you can stand the keg up or lie the keg down and the dip tube will always sink and draw liquid from the bottom (as it's heavier than beer).

Unlike many other mini kegs these mini kegs use the gold standard acid bath electrolysis to pacify the stainless steel making the more resistant to rust than any other mini keg on the market. These mini kegs are the ONLY mini keg where we use a special technique whereby we weld the kegs from the inside out.  This means we get a superior welding finish that is more sanitary than any other mini keg available.  So if you are looking for the highest quality mini kegs that money can buy, this is what you have been waiting for!  Although there are many other mini kegs that come from China simply none of them have the same quality and finish as the genuine KegLand minikegs.

 

 

 

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2L Kegland MiniKeg / Growler

£30.00
Brewing frequently asked questions

How long does it take to brew beer?

The time it takes to brew beer can vary, but on average, the process takes about 4 to 6 weeks. This includes the various stages such as malting, mashing, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, and bottling. However, some beer styles may require longer aging periods for optimal flavor development.

Is home brewing worth it?

Many people find home brewing to be a rewarding and enjoyable hobby, allowing them to create unique and customised beers. It provides a deeper understanding of the brewing process and offers the opportunity to experiment with different ingredients and styles. Additionally, home brewing can be cost-effective in the long run compared to purchasing craft beers. However, it requires time, effort, and a certain level of commitment. Whether it's worth it ultimately depends on one's passion for brewing and the satisfaction derived from the process and the end product.

Is home brewing legal?

Home brewing for personal use is generally legal, and there is no need for a specific license as long as certain conditions are met. Home brewers are allowed to produce beer, wine, and cider for personal consumption. However, there are limits on the amount that can be brewed without a license. As of January 2022, the limits were 100 litres for beer and 100 litres for wine per household.

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