Keg beer is an unpasteurized product that should be kept cold with ice or refrigerated at 38 degrees F.
Foamy beer? It’s generally caused by:
⋅Temperatures higher than 38 degrees F
⋅An over-pressurized keg, which may be caused by “over-pumping” your hand pump (wait until a little beer flows from the keg before pumping again)
⋅Lifting the keg using the pump as a handle (this will damage the keg and the pump)
Hand pumps force oxygen into the keg to pressurize it. Oxygen can make beer taste flat, so drink the beer in the keg within 24 hours of tapping it.
⋅82 cups of 12 ounce beer
⋅3 ½ cases beer (24 beers, 12 ounces each)
Southeast Beverage Company keg rules:
⋅Once a keg is purchased, it can’t be returned for credit under any circumstances
⋅Contact us immediately (740) 593-3353 if you have any trouble with the tap or keg
⋅You must be 21 years old to purchase keg beer and taps, as well as to return empty kegs and taps
⋅Keg beer purchased from Southeast Beverage Company cannot be resold and may not be consumed by anyone under the age of 21
⋅Rented taps must be returned within a two week period (if not, you won’t receive your $50 deposit back)