what best describes you?

Do you have an A-type coupler? 

If yes, just add to cart the $99 keg bond and start swapping. 

If not, then add the keg bond & coupler to your cart because without an A-Type coupler your beer will be trapped in the keg!  Couplers come with both push fitting and with ball lock connectors so you can easily connect home brew or commercial gear. 

Kegs are collected from the brewery when you pick up your first brew, so you don’t need to hand over a swap keg when collecting your first full keg.

Couplers are posted however, if you are in Sydney and are in dire need please let us know, if we can we will drop off the coupler to the brewery where you are collecting your keg so you can get it all at once. 

Hell yeah, the couplers come with push fitting connectors and with ball lock connectors so they can be used with ball lock connectors. 

20L Kegs are 57cms tall (69cm with a coupler) and 24cms wide.

10L Kegs
are 37cms tall (49cm with a coupler) and 24cms wide. 

Yes, the cost of the keg isn’t so much in the material ($2.00 difference) but in the manufacturing so yes, the bond is the same. 

Dam straight you can, if you want a 10L today and a 20L next time just swap away. Only catch is that you need to go to a brewery that offers both sizes when doing a change up. 

Just the size, the same coupler works with the 10L & 20L kegs. 

OPTIONS

Which is best, Tap or Gun?

It boils down to the size of your fridge. If you have heaps of room then go the tap, it’s easier to clean, fun to use and the sexiest option. 

If you only just have enough room for the keg then go with the gun, it is super fun too and gives you the ability to stand and pour even if the keg is down low. 

There’s no hard and fast rule but you’d ideally want to drink the beer within a couple of months. So if you normally have a 6 pack in a week then go the 20L keg otherwise, test out the 10L first, you can always swap the 10L for a 20L later or vice versa. 

About 6 months. It’s worth noting that Kombucha needs to be kept cold otherwise it risks fermenting and producing alcohol. 

20L Kegs are 57cms tall (69cm with a coupler) and 24cms wide. The 20L kegs have 53 cans in them, so 2.2 cases. 
10L Kegs are 37cms tall (49cm with a coupler) and 24cms wide. The 10L kegs equate to 26 cans in them, so basically a case. 

Tip: best to allow a bit of extra headroom above the keg for wiggling things in and getting your hand on the tap. On the tap front, the black handle can be cut or grinded down if needed.  

The simplest option is to use a Soda Stream gas bottle which can be picked up from any Coles / Woolies. They will dispense 3-5 kegs, cost $35 for the first bottle then $18 for refills. 

Other option is to get a bigger gas bottle, Speed Gas sells lager bottles which cost more to start out but are much cheaper to fill. 

Kegs are collected from the brewery when you pick up your first brew, so you don’t need to hand over a swap keg when collecting your first full keg.

Couplers are posted however, if you are in Sydney and are in dire need please let us know, if we can we will drop off the coupler to the brewery where you are collecting your keg so you can get it all at once. 

OPTIONS

I'd love a Kegerator

We don’t sell kegerators ourselves but, the gurus below do.
Once you have your kegerator just add the Keg Bond to your cart to start swapping.  

DIY

Do you have a fridge and want to 

make your own kegerator?

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I’d like to buy one ready to go… 

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