KEG


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AcronymDefinition
KEGKirin Europe GmbH (Japan)
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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The gross sales reported by the 105 Keg restaurants in the Royalty Pool were $150,731,000 for the quarter, a decrease of $243,000 or 0.2% from the comparable quarter of the prior year.
Dawn Doughty, branch cider officer at CAMRA, said that the Keg and Comfort was one of six pubs shortlisted from suggestions made by all branch members, which were visited by a group of judges.
Visitors to the event in London in August will also be offered the chance to compare samples of beers from casks and kegs.
Danish brewer Carlsberg is introducing the smart beer keg, allowing bar staff to monitor keg levels real-time on a tablet.
The KEG in a statement issued in Srinagar said, 'In fact, there are attempts at weakening the KEG - as the main custodian of the media in Kashmir - if not actually dismantling it.
Completing the top 3 KEGs is the construction industry with 1.02 million projected new employment opportunities.
Containing five litres of beer in total, the keg (which is brewed by Greene King) is dedicated to World Cup winning-England captain, Bobby Moore.
But American Keg is in jeopardy of going out of business, and the culprit is none other than Trump himself.
The Powder Keg is a "cross-over cutter"--one equally suited for both L field chores and tactical purposes.
The firm supplies hightech plastic kegs to brewers in the UK and abroad.
A major benefit of key-keg is for sending beer long distances without having to get the expensive metal kegs or casks returned.