Works well under pressure.
Heads up: Because this dynamo runs on CO2 cartridges, it must ship via ground shipping (sorry, Alaska and Hawaii!).
There’s nothing like getting to bring home a growler of beer from your local brewery—it’s a whole big container of your favorite craft beer. Now you can keep it fresh for even longer (up to two weeks) with this pressurized growler, which prevents its precious cargo from going flat. The uKeg 128 is the size of a gallon growler, and features a CO2 regulator cap that stays charged with a C02 cartridge—you can even adjust the carbonation level to your desired psi. Better yet? You can use it for sodas, kombuchas, your homemade micro-brews...anything bubbly, actually. Bring it to barbecues and picnics (it will keep your brew cold for up to 7-8 hours!) or simply keep it in your fridge for a sip of the good stuff when you feel like it.
Don't forget to choose the right carbonation for your brew:
- Stouts, Porters, Cream Ales, Barley Wines: 3-6 PSI
- Brown Ales, Ambers, Red Ales: 5-8 PSI
- IPAs, Pale Ales, Wheat Beers, other Ales: 7-10 PSI
- Lagers, Pilsners, Ciders, Kombuchas: 9-12 PSI
- Wine: 12-15 PSI
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Details & Materials +-
Keg is stainless steel with food grade brass and plastic. CO2 Gas Cartridges are UN2037 Common, Non-Flammable. 2.2LTD QTY
128oz keg is 6.8"L x 9.3"W x 11.9"H. Capacity is 128 oz (3785 ml) which is equivalent to 8-10 beers. Each keg includes 2x 16 gram Co2 cartridges. 128 oz Refill Pack includes 10x 16 gram cartridges.
64 oz keg is 5.2"L r x 8.1"W x 10.9"H. Capacity is 64 oz (1893ml) which is equivalent to 4-5 beers. Each ukeg includes 2x 8 gram Co2 cartridges. 64 oz Refill Pack includes 20x 8 gram cartridges.
Care & Notes +-
Hand wash keg with soapy water.
To use: install cartridge in the cap and ensure the pressure dial is in the off position. Do not open sleeve when cartridge contains pressure. Once filled, adjust pressure to desired PSI and store upright in the refrigerator to enjoy a cold, carbonated beverage for up to 2 weeks. Do not turn the pressure off while the growler is full as this will release all carbonation. Do not store growler on its side.
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