Printable Keg List

Keg availability constantly changes as well as prices.  If you don’t see the keg you want on the list, please contact us and we will check on availability and pricing.

Also, with enough notice, any beer you see in a bottle can be special ordered in a keg right from the brewery.  Length of time can vary depending on brewery.

Keg FAQ

An eight gallon keg holds about 85 twelve ounce servings. The amount can vary depending on the amount of foam and quality of the pump. Of course and 16 gallon keg gives about 170 12 oz servings (just over 7 cases)
Absolutely Not!! Not if you plan on drinking it. Unlike canned or bottled beer, beer in a keg will get “skunky” almost immediately after achieving room temperature. If you want to keep the beer for the next day, pour some extra ice in a tub and lay a heavy blanket over it for insulation. It should be fine the next day.
Yes we do. However we do charge a deposit that you would get back when it is retured in good condition. The deposit is $15. We also charge a $75 deposit for the pump and $60 for the keg itself. You may pay cash or use a credit card for the deposit. Sorry no checks allowed.
We like to have around a week just to be safe. In actuality, we can get a keg the next day and even the same day if called in the morning.
Only one of our locations carries any kegs on hand. The Apollo Liquor and Smokeshop location (507-252-1300) carries a limited selection on-hand. It is always best to call ahead and reserve a keg to be guaranteed getting one.
Yes we do! We can get 1919 root beer from New Ulm Minnesota and Sprecher rootbeer from Wisconsin. They are both available in 8 gallon and 16 gallon kegs.