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BrewCave Walk-In Beer Cooler


Nobody needs a BrewCave.

But then again, nobody needs a Ferrari, and you wouldn’t see me turning one down if I could afford it.

The BrewCave is a climate controlled, walk-in beer cooler that doubles as the world’s largest kegerator, with room for 30 cases of beer and four kegs.

Each panel of the BrewCave is shipped individually, so you just assemble them all together where you want your BrewCave to be, and in a few short hours, you will have built your own beer shrine.

Complete with floor, the BrewCave will set you back nearly $7,000, so this is no small investment, but if you’ve got the space for it, and if you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.


Draftmark Tap System Keeps Your Bud Cold

Draftmark Tap System

Following in the footsteps of the Heineken BeerTender and the Miller Home Draft, Anheuser-Busch recently announced the Draftmark Tap System, a new device that allows you to keep a gallon of Budweiser, Shock Top or Bass Pale Ale in your refrigerator, cold and ready to pour.

Sure, noting beats having your own kegerator at home that’s filled with your own home brew, but at least the big guys are doing something to bridge the gap between the average beer drinker and the future craft beer connoisseur.

[Draftmark Tap System]

KegBox Rethinks Beer Storage


The KegBox (or Keg#) is an innovative new concept from Niels Astrup that aims to replace the traditional keg with something more practical and easier to use.

The KegBox takes up less space and weighs less than a traditional keg, and has a coupling nozzle that can be replaced so that it can be used with various manufacturers. It also contains a built-in force-sensitive resistor that indicates the residual contents of the keg, so you’ll know at a glance how much beer is left. The kegs can be connected in series for easier handling when empty, and the Keg# case has a handle and wheels to make it easier to move around when full. Plus, the rectangle design fits better into a kegerator, so you can keep more beer cold in the same amount of space.

At this point, the KegBox is just a concept, but seeing as the keg as we know it has been around for longer than anyone can remember, I think it’s about time someone started to rethink and redesign how we handle large amounts of beer!