A keg is a fancy version of your basic barrel. In the factory, a sheet of stainless steel is rolled into a cylinder and welded together. Then, at the cylinder's midpoint, a set of ribs is pressed into it for added rigidity. Next, top and bottom steel plates are stamped out and likewise welded into place. The steel in question, a particular alloy of chromium, nickel, manganese and several other elements, is used because it welds cleanly leaving a smooth joint -- this is very important for a food-grade container because you don't want any rough surfaces where bacteria can set up shop.
Prices are subject to change and availability
Tub (if available) $30.00
Deposits are due upon pick-up.
Monies will be refunded upon equipment return.
*Different brands are subject to other keg types*
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at (540) 400-8466 , or fill out the form at the bottom of this page to order a keg.
For information on keg sizes, see our info graphic below.