Skal Beer Tap Dispenser - £149.99 @ Klarstein
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Skal Beer Tap Dispenser - £149.99 @ Klarstein

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Found 19th Nov
Could be a good christmas gift?

There is a Philips one.

18 Comments

Love the idea of these but bit pointless really, need to keep spare kegs cold

A pointless gift. How do you keep the kegs cold? It seems good until you get it

having kegs that only hold a gallon is pointless and the kegs seem overpriced to me. Stella is £19 at Morrisons. That's over £2.20 a pint.

lol, Do you guys even look at the item, the item is a beer cooler too, keeps beer at between 2 - 12 °C.

IMO if you are a home brewer then Id say this was a good item to have.

Comes with 3 Co2 cartridges so they along with plugging it in the wall would be an ongoing expense.

Sizzlestick3 m ago

lol, Do you guys even look at the item, the item is a beer cooler too, …lol, Do you guys even look at the item, the item is a beer cooler too, keeps beer at between 2 - 12 °C.IMO if you are a home brewer then Id say this was a good item to have. Comes with 3 Co2 cartridges so they along with plugging it in the wall would be an ongoing expense.


Usually these take 12hrs to cool the beer? Hence the need to have already cold kegs available

barkinglama1 h, 8 m ago

Love the idea of these but bit pointless really, need to keep spare kegs …Love the idea of these but bit pointless really, need to keep spare kegs cold



When we have a party we have a large plastic storage container, fill about a 1/4 full with water, then add three 2 KG bags of ice from shops (about £3). This will keep beer kegs cold.. using the bath works too. In the winter you don't need the ice, just leave in garden and water will do the job.

People that bring there own, will drop it in the bath or container.. whether cans, bottle or white wine.

Thinking of getting a reclaimed belfast sink to go in the garden just for this job. Double sink.

Something like below.

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Edited by: "Sizzlestick" 19th Nov

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Would love this but again long term £££ is there no other way to do this? I've just built a bar in my summer house so this is what I'm looking for

Se10ery19856 m ago

Would love this but again long term £££ is there no other way to do this? I …Would love this but again long term £££ is there no other way to do this? I've just built a bar in my summer house so this is what I'm looking for




Buy one of these lol.

The new Tottenham stadium is having these installed. Will have enough of these installed around the stadium to produce 10,000 pints a minute!

Sizzlestick27 m ago

When we have a party we have a large plastic storage container, fill about …When we have a party we have a large plastic storage container, fill about a 1/4 full with water, then add three 2 KG bags of ice from shops (about £3). This will keep beer kegs cold.. using the bath works too. In the winter you don't need the ice, just leave in garden and water will do the job.People that bring there own, will drop it in the bath or container.. whether cans, bottle or white wine.Thinking of getting a reclaimed belfast sink to go in the garden just for this job. Double sink.Something like below.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ceramic-Double-Belfast-Butler-Sink-/162758499068


yeah if you have the means/space to keep spare kegs cold these are great otherwise pointless

barkinglama16 m ago

yeah if you have the means/space to keep spare kegs cold these are great …yeah if you have the means/space to keep spare kegs cold these are great otherwise pointless



where would you normally keep a large amount of beer in cans and bottles for a party then. Would the answer be sideboard.. so why not keep kegs on sideboard.

Why go to the bother of putting a warm keg through this when you can open a can

Se10ery198546 m ago

Would love this but again long term £££ is there no other way to do this? I …Would love this but again long term £££ is there no other way to do this? I've just built a bar in my summer house so this is what I'm looking for




Depends what you want, but google 'kegerator'.
You can buy these, or if you have moderate diy skills, they are easy and cheap to build.

I have the philips one. It's ok. Bit expensive. If you want kegs check out beerhawk... although they keep bumping up the prices a lot. They were much cheaper around £10-14 depending on which beer a year ago.

I've made my own kegerator - it's pretty rough and ready, but it's more versatile as I can store three corny kegs (2 gallon ones) and use the rest of the space for storing beer. Fridge was free too - there are always ones on freecycle etc.

Sizzlestick3 h, 32 m ago

When we have a party we have a large plastic storage container, fill about …When we have a party we have a large plastic storage container, fill about a 1/4 full with water, then add three 2 KG bags of ice from shops (about £3). This will keep beer kegs cold.. using the bath works too. In the winter you don't need the ice, just leave in garden and water will do the job.People that bring there own, will drop it in the bath or container.. whether cans, bottle or white wine.Thinking of getting a reclaimed belfast sink to go in the garden just for this job. Double sink.Something like below.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ceramic-Double-Belfast-Butler-Sink-/162758499068

A sink in the garden, classy.

I have the Phillips one, had it for ages. Would totally recommend it, sure you can buy cans in Asda for less but the test is so much better and the temperature always correct.

jjsm6394 h, 44 m ago

A sink in the garden, classy.


What do you mean, I have a whole BBQ kitchen out there. A sink will not look out of place. lol
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