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Can keep your beer fresh, cold, and carbonated for up to 2 weeks. The tap handle is interchangeable, making it easy to customize your beer the way you like it. Comes with a 1-year warranty and a lifetime of customer support. Easy to transport if needed.
Tightening the regulator too much and the ring easily moves out of place, causing carbonation to seep out. CO2 bulb is on the small side.
The 1.6-gallon capacity allows the keg to hold a good amount of beer for small groups of people. Has an easy-to-use pressure adjustment system to carbonate your beer just right. The ball lock system ensures that your beer doesn't go bad quicker than it should.
Some users noted that it is on the thinner side as far as build quality.
Build quality is great and ensures that it will not rust or corrode. The keg can keep your beer fresh for over 2 months thanks to the CO2 regulator that provides carbonation. The regulator can also monitor and adjust the pressure on the fly.
CO2 is not sold with the keg.
Brew up to 2.6 gallons of quality beer inspired by the world's most popular brews. Ingredients are 100% natural with no additives or preservatives. WiFi capabilities and an LCD screen allow you to monitor and control your brew with push notifications.
Price is double a regular home brewing keg and going automatic has technological flaws when WiFi is down.
Offers a capacity of 64 ounces. Ideal for smaller home brews or for beginner brewers. The CO2 cartridges can output about 128 ounces of beer each. Claims to keep beer sealed and fresh for up to 8 weeks. Small enough to fit in the refrigerator.
Not ideal for seasoned home-brewers.
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A homebrew keg stores your beer with a tap handle attached to dispense it. They’re great for parties, camping, and picnics as they’re made in a reasonable size for easy transport. Beer kegs for home use are made in one to two and a half gallon capacities. Some kegs for homebrewing come with kits to make your own beer. There’s even a keg with automated brewing features to take the guesswork out of beer making. Most kegs are made of stainless steel for durability. They need to seal well to keep flavor and carbonation from escaping. Some have a pressure gauge or regulator to monitor and maintain carbonation. The keg also needs to be easy to clean so that flavors don’t transfer to the next batch.