CAN YOU GET ROOT BEER OR OTHER SODAS IN KEGS ? Yes! We have access to several types of root beer and sodas in kegs !
1919 Pony Kegs may be purchased at liquor stores, grocery stores, delicatessens and meat markets.
In Stock Kegs
|Product||16 Gallon Price||8 Gallon Price|
|Michelob Golden Light||109.99||79.99|
|Summit Extra Pale Ale||163.99||105.99|
|Lift Bridge Root Beer||89.99||59.99|
|1919 Root Beer||102.99||67.99|
Our draft-style soda kegs are conveniently available in 1/4 barrel, 1/2 barrel and 5 gallon tanks. Our famous Wild Bill’s Root Beer is our signature drink and currently the most popular flavor for the soda kegs , but all of our yummy flavors are available for purchase.
Walmart Grocery – Bud Light Beer , 15.5 gal Keg , 3.2% ABV.
A quarter barrel, more commonly known as pony keg , is a beer vessel containing approximately 7.75 U.S. gallons (29.33 liters) of fluid. It is half the size of the standard beer keg and equivalent to a quarter of a barrel.
A&W Root Beer , 12 oz, 36 ct.
Non- alcoholic versions of root beer became commercially successful, especially during Prohibition. Not all traditional or commercial root beers were sassafras-based. One of Hires’s early competitors was Barq’s, which began selling its sarsaparilla-based root beer in 1898 and was labeled simply as “Barq’s”.
Our unique recipe and these choice ingredients make 1919 the creamiest, full bodied, draft root beer available. In addition, 1919 is alcohol-free and contains no corn syrup, gluten, or caffeine .
1919 Root Beer maker wins brand battle with beer brewer. The Minnesota maker of 1919 Classic American Draft Root Beer has won a legal fight with a beer that also used 1919 in its name. New Ulm Brewing & Beverage Co., which contracts with August Schell Brewing Co.
1919 is brewed in small batches with only the finest ingredients… Our unique recipe and these choice ingredients make 1919 the creamiest, full bodied, draft root beer available. In addition, 1919 is alcohol -free and contains no corn syrup, gluten, or caffeine.
Active Member. I can get beer taps to give good soda pours as long as I have the serving pressure set really, really low. Lower it to about 5psi or lower. Just enough to push the beer out.
Read on to find out how to make the most out of your keg. Ginger Beer. Making your own ginger beer is pretty hot right now, whether it’s for moscow mules or to drink straight. Wine. Cocktails. Cold Brew. Kombucha . Sparkling Water. Spiked Seltzer. Soda.