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The Growler Chill Is a Kegerator For Growlers

Getting your cold suds in a refillable growler is great way to bring fresh beer at home. But unless you’re going to drink the whole thing at once, there’s a good chance it’ll go flat in a hurry. The Growler Chill gives you options. It’s basically a tap for your growlers. It keeps up to three standard 60oz. growlers refrigerated and pressurized, right on your countertop. There’s even an oxygen purge system that goes an extra step towards keeping your brew as fresh and snappy as possible. It’s also a connected device that lets you control many of its features through your smartphone. It’s a $389 pledge, on a fully-funded campaign, with delivery slated for August 2017.

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ManCan Lets You Take Your Keg Outdoors

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What better combination than a cool afternoon hike, and a cold crisp beer straight out of a keg? The ManCan lets you carry your suds along with you, on your back, wherever your exploring ways take you.

The ManCan is a personal keg system that keeps your favorite beer fresh, carbonated, and delicious — the way it should be. Available in indestructible, 128oz (one-gallon) or 64oz (half-gallon) stainless steel. Two tap systems with the Perfect Pour Regulator can top these bad boys for the ultimate experience.

Each kit comes with two CO2 cartridges, a packet of cleaning tablets, and everything else you need to enjoy some malt liquor while off the beaten path. Or, you know, at home.

Prices start at $195.

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Hank The Beer Tank Is A Portable Keg

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Kegs are great: cold beer, fresh suds, crisp taste. But they’re also a bit of a mess to set up and maintain, and they’re certainly not portable. Unless it’s Hank the Beer Tank, that is. It’s about half the size of a traditional kegerator, and can run off 110-240AC or 12-24DC so you can either plug it in at your friends party, or use your car’s cigarette lighter port for kickass tailgate parties. It accommodates a 1/6bbl (a bbl is a regular beer barrel), or a 5 gallon home-brew keg for portability and variety. Just dump it on a cart and you can take it anywhere. It’s $699 as a Super Early Bird, so act fast because retail will definitely be higher than that. Considering what you’ll be able to do with it, seven Franklins isn’t that much.

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