It is the most common task for most home brewers to have to buy their beer in a keg.
But with that task now in the hands of the internet, can you be certain that the beer you are buying is the real deal?
There are no easy answers but some things you need to know.
The first thing to consider is whether you want to buy it in bottles or cans.
The second is whether it is available in bulk or on sale.
You can either buy your beer in bulk in a store or online, or if you have access to a kegerator, make sure you have enough space in it.
This is important, as the keg will have to be empty, as it will hold all the beer for you.
The third is how you intend to use it.
For instance, if you are going to use your kegerators to brew a batch of beer, you should consider using a kegged version of it, where it can be stored on the counter for you to use.
You should also check the beer’s label, which should state whether it has a limit of 8% alcohol or higher.
This may be misleading, as there are often rules around these sorts of limits.
Finally, there are a number of things to consider when choosing your keg, such as the dimensions of the kegs, the capacity of the beer, whether it can handle a full keg or whether it needs to be refilled regularly.
If you are unsure of what you want, there is an online calculator that will help you make a decision.
If there are any questions or concerns, you can always email a professional beer drinker.
You will need a valid email address to contact them.
If they have not contacted you, they can be reached on Twitter.