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keg

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a. an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
b. beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
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The second Single Keg beer is Sub-Conscious Stout, a special keg of West Flanders' Lion Heart Stout spiked with a concentrated coffee infusion made from beans from Boulder's Conscious Coffees.
One brewery employee quoted in a British paper said the Samlesbury brewery had also produced keg beer for export to the United States, and said there was a rumor that this function would now be handled by A-B in the U.
JOHN YOUNG, master brewer, champion of real ale and scourge of the keg beer big boys, had a career that reads like an Ealing Studios film.
The development of keg beer is predictably vilified and the founders of the Campaign for Real Ale are equally predictably canonised, yet the fact remains that it was the invention of 'keg' beer which halted the terminal decline of draught beer in pubs after the Second World War.
Liverpool Craft themselves will only have one keg beer on offer - their most popular ale at the moment, Love Lane Pale.
This Conference instructs the National Executive to investigate a labelling scheme for naturally conditioned Key Keg beer, which would allow customers to identify which beers, at the point of sale, conform with the CAMRA criteria for Real-Ale.
Joining the three mainstays - Gold, Ubu and Mad Goose - a full avoured dark beer, Saddle Black, was launched in November, joined by Americanstyle keg beer Longhorn IPA in February.
Jon Aslet, who is responsible for sourcing beers, says: "We will for the first year be serving keg beer in the marquee.
Custom-designed seamless fiberglass trailers for multi-stop delivery of refrigerated keg beer ("Keggers") are now available from Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies of Rice Lake, WI, a Carlisle Company.
Its arch enemy is keg beer, which is pressurised, filtered and pasteurised beer.
Marstons, taken over in a hostile 1999 bid by the Wolverhampton company, has long produced a keg beer, Marston's Bitter, which is popular in some areas of the country.
Its immediate taste was the prickly carbonation of a keg beer.