Economics of Draft Beer

In these uncertain financial times, you may want to consider the advantage of serving draft beer from home.

Kegworks sells a variety of keg fridge conversion kits that will allow you to serve fresh draft beer from a spare fridge in your home; Right now our popular C240 Kegerator Conversion Kit is only $159.95, and it includes an empty CO2 tank that you can get filled at a local welding supply place.

Let’s say your household drinks 2 cases of beer a week, with the cost of a case of beer at approximately 20 dollars.

The average cost of a half keg of the same beer is about 55 dollars. That works out to about 8 dollars per case for the same amount of beer out of the keg.

So your weekly savings would be about 24 dollars a week, so the conversion kit would pay for itself in about 7 weeks.

Not bad, considering the enjoyment factor of fresh draft beer versus bottles or cans.

Cheers!

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