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keg

Brit
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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THOUSANDS of pubs could run out of beer this Christmas - because too many kegs are being lost or stolen.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Genesee Brewery, New York State's oldest brewery, kicked off the holiday season by unveiling a two-story Christmas tree, constructed of 248 empty beer kegs, outside its Genesee Brew House in Rochester, New York.
We intend to invest heavily to enable Keg Logistics to disrupt the market and help craft breweries and wineries around the world thrive.
Police retrieved the keg from the road and cited Benge for illegally transporting an alcoholic beverage.
Each wine keg holds the equivalent of 26 bottles," he says.
These extremely compact keg cleaning and filling machines combine internal and external keg cleaning, chemical supply, control and transport.
Wine in a keg, because it is less expensive to produce and distribute than bottled wine, is less costly to purchase than the equivalent amount of a comparable wine in the bottle.
Whether keg or barrel, the larger formats eliminate the risk of a corked bottle, protect against oxidation and reduce both packaging and the carbon footprint, according to the wine producers.
Liquor Barn's registration program involves photo copying keg buyers' I.
DRAIN covers, crushed beer kegs and electrical cable were among eight tonnes of scrap metal seized by police in an operation to tackle its theft.
A FAILED Midland businessman stole nearly 300 beer kegs worth more than pounds 20,000 to get himself out of financial difficulty.
A Northumbria Police spokesman said: "Police are appealing for information after a large keg was thrown at a bus.