How much are Bud Light kegs?

How much are Bud Light kegs?

Keg Pricing

1/2 BBL – 15.5 Gallons COST W/ TAP
BUD LIGHT $148.75 $239.29
BUDWEISER $148.75 $239.29
MICHELOB ULTRA $156.25 $247.29

Is it cheaper to buy a keg or bottles?

When you purchase beer by the keg you pay 50% less than if you purchased bottled beer. Each time you make a run to the grocery store for a 12-pack, case, or 30-pack of bottled beer, you could be saving half the money by installing a kegerator unit in your home and the required storage space is significantly less.

How much does a half keg cost?

How Much Are Half Kegs Of Beer?

Different beer keg sizes
Size Volume Average price
Half barrel 15.5 gallons (58.7 l) $200
Quarter barrel 7.7 gallons (29 l) $100 to $150
Sixth barrel 5.2 gallons (20 l) $70 to $120

What is a 5 gallon keg called?

Cornelius Keg
Cornelius Keg This keg is now commonly used by homebrewers as an alternative to bottling beer because this keg size is the typical size of a homebrew batch, 5 gallons.

How much is an empty keg worth?

$15 to $55
Can You Get Money For Empty Kegs? The scrap value of an empty keg ranges from $15 to $55. But before you try to take an empty keg to a beer store or scrap it, be sure that it is not stamped with the manufacturer’s name.

How long does keg stay fresh?

For a properly stored keg in a kegerator, how long the beer will remain fresh will depend on the style of beer. Pasteurized beers can stay fresh from three to six months. For non-pasteurized beers, you can expect the keg to stay fresh approximately two months.

How many beers is a 1/4 keg?

62 pints
Keg Sizing Information 1/4 barrel = 7.75 gallons = 62 pints = 83 12oz bottles (Pony Keg) 1/6 barrel (20 Ltr) = 5.2 gallons = 41 pints = 55 12oz bottles (Sixtel)

Why is it called a Pony keg?

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. The term pony refers to its smaller size – compare pony glass (quarter-pint) and pony bottle.