Anybody else see these? Its a 5L mini keg with a tap and everything. It is suppose to last for 30 days after you open it. I think Heineken is going to make a killing with these. I got one for about $18, plus .05 deposit (weird huh?)
Quote, originally posted by X-flow » is it really less beer volume per $?
prices here in CEPA:
case of 24/12= ~33.00 (that's $1.38 per 12 oz beer)
mini-kegs= ~20.50 (that's $1.46 per 12 oz beer)
It's only an 8 cent difference. I typically wouldn't be worried about that small of a difference. I'd be more worried about the fact that it tastes like piss.
They're also good for the beach, esecially for a small group and when no glass is allowed.
1 container vs. 12...
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Quote, originally posted by VWDetroit » They have a Bell's Two Hearted Ale in one of these! One of the best beers out there. Unfortunately it doesn't last 30 days like the Heine keg.
Really? I love Bell's but I have never seen it in the liquor store I go to. I'll have to ask about it next time I go.
Quote, originally posted by X-flow » Anybody else see these? Its a 5L mini keg with a tap and everything. It is suppose to last for 30 days after you open it. I think Heineken is going to make a killing with these. I got one for about $18, plus .05 deposit (weird huh?)
When I can buy Warsteiner for the same price or cheaper there is no reason to get Heineken. A few weeks ago I picked two up on sale for $14 each. Minikegs are practical, they take up so much less space in the fridge than the same amount of bottled beer..... They also make fun targets for shooting (filled with water)....
Modified by Tommy1finger at 5:14 PM 1-20-2008