homebrew pains - bottling vs kegging

No More Bottles

Removing labels, storing, scrubbing, sanitising, filling, capping, collecting.

Compare that to a single, easy-clean, stainless keg

home brew carbonation, secondary vs force carbonating

Perfect Carbonation

Sick of waiting a month only to have brews pouring flat or foamy from bottles?

Serve it perfectly carbonated on tap in days instead & adjust if needed!

homebrew system portable mini keg

On Tap Anywhere

Think kegs aren't portable and still want to take brews with you?

Pour a pint anywhere, from a quality tap, without needing ice to stay cold all day*

home brew kegerator package

Simple & Expandable

Worried kegs are complex and difficult to use? We hear it all the time.

We guarantee that within 2 brews you will wonder why it took you so long to keg.

iKegger Specialises In Packages For New Brewers or New To Kegging

Beer growlers: the ultimate guide 2023 image of girl holding steel growler in front of her face with tattooed hands

Beer Growlers: 2023 Ultimate Guide plus uKeg vs iKegger

16 min read

What even is a growler? why should you care?

A growler is basically a takeaway container you refill at your local brewery, bar, kombucha maker, cold brew coffee maker etc.

It is booming in a big way and is so much better for the environment than even recycling bottles and cans.

Modern growlers prevent spoilage of the drink, maintain it's carbonation and can even keep your drink cold all day!

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Hot drink dispenser - mulled stout

Mulled Ale and Hot Chocolate Stout: The best ways to use your iKegger as a hot drink dispenser during winter.

4 min read

Although winter would be considered relatively mild in Australia, with the chilly season officially arriving in June a cold beer on the beach might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when thinking about a comforting drink. The solution - hot beverages and fun winter cocktails.

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Tap king - where it went wrong and how to fix it

The Tap King System Failed, Here's Why... Plus The Solution!

5 min read

Launched in 2013 Tap King looked like being a decent option for people wanting to have beer on tap at home. After buying the plastic dispenser and a 3.2L disposable plastic bottles of a select range of beers you simply took them home, chilled them and then attached them to the dispenser to have beer on tap in the fridge.

On paper it sounded good, in reality it left quite a bit to be desired before it's collapse in 2016

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