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KEGKimball Electronics Group
KEGKnowledge Engineering Group
KEGKeep 'Em Guessin' (band)
KEGKey Element Guide (reference manual)
KEGKismet Entertainment Group (film production company; est. 2000; Beverly Hills, CA)
KEGKyleakin Environmental Group (Isle of Skye, UK)
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For the last two days, the KEG said, it has spoken to almost everybody who matters in the territory.
Founded in 2011, Keg Logistics is a leading provider of keg and equipment financing to breweries and wineries globally, providing customers with a flexible pathway to owning their own kegs, and maximizing growth and profitability.
Made from recyclable plastic, the kegs are helping smaller micro-breweries access the export market due to the lower overhead costs.
MicroStar's quality services for brewers who own their own kegs include keg repair, valve repair, keg branding and rebranding and keg retrieval.
Indiana State Excise Police say the newly purchased keg fell from the bed of 18-year-old Scott Benge's pickup truck Tuesday when the tailgate gave way.
The company currently offers more than 250 wines available in stainless steel keg format at over 1,500 venues nationwide.
It specialises in the production of keg cleaning and filling systems capable of handling 500 to 1,500 kegs/hour.
In most fridges, the back wall juts in at the bottom, so you can't set the keg on the fridge floor.
But Linda Lindsay, founder of the Great Oregon Wine Company which produces wines under the Rascal label, has chosen an alternative keg, which is recyclable, to send her Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris wines to market.
Tired of taking the heat, Liquor Barn has spent the past decade refining all aspects of its keg business.
Camerons, which employs 85 at its Lion Brewery site, is to brew Tetley's keg Milds and Imperial beers.