Planning a party or event?
If you're planning a party or event and want to serve beer on tap, you may be wondering how many pints a 30 litre keg can provide. The answer depends on a few factors, such as the size of your glasses and how much foam you allow, but we've got all the details you need to plan your beverage service.
Understanding the size of a 30 litre keykeg.
When it comes to serving beer from a 30 litre keg, it's important to consider the size of your glasses. If you're using standard pint glasses, you can expect to get around 52 servings from a single keg. However, if you're using smaller glasses or allowing for more foam, you may get slightly more servings. It's also worth noting that the type of beer you're serving can impact the number of servings you get from a keg. For example, a beer with a higher alcohol content may be served in smaller portions, which could increase the number of servings you get from a keg. Ultimately, it's always a good idea to order a little extra to ensure you have enough for all your guests, especially if you're hosting a large event or party
Is it worth having keykegs at home or work? The answer is yes! Using keykegs versus buying bottles and cans will save you money in the long run
What gas do I need?. They will work on any gas type including compressed air. They are a perfect partner for use with a Lindr
What do I do with the keg after use? The Kegs are non returnable but fully recyclable. Just deflate keg after use and put them in your normal plastic recycling
What beers are available? Redchurch has a great range of lager, pale ales, IPA ands stouts. Take a look at our range
What couplers are required for Keykegs? Keykegs use a bespoke coupler called a KeyKeg coupler. Redchurch has a supply of these in stock to order