Keg King News

  1. Keg King Cup 2024

    Keg King Cup 2024

    The Keg King Cup is BACK! 

    2024 marks the second year of one of THE BEST brewing competitions in Australia.


    Year two is going to be even better with more prizes to the winner!

    We have more sponsors including our friends at Hop Products Australia and Voyager Malt plus we have the NEW highly coveted golden PET trophy cup itself!


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  2. You can buy beer at Keg King Now!

    Keg King sells 10 & 20L kegs of cold beer for you to take home and pour straight away. Grab one now for our springvalve store.

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  3. Unlocking Convenience and Flavor with the Kegmaster Mini: Your Ultimate Brewing and Drinking Companion

    Unlocking Convenience and Flavor with the Kegmaster Mini: Your Ultimate Brewing  and Drinking Companion


    Crafting your own beer is a delightful journey that blends science, artistry, and patience. In the world of homebrewing, the Kegmaster Mini stands as a game-changer, offering a myriad of advantages that elevate your brewing experience to new heights. This compact and versatile device empowers homebrewers with control, convenience, and quality like never before.

    1. Compact Design, Mighty Features: The Kegmaster Mini's design is both functional and space-saving, making it a seamless addition to your brewing setup. Its compact form factor belies its powerful capabilities. This device can cool and heat wort in fermenters and kegs, a dual-purpose functionality that streamlines your brewing process. When the fermentation is done it also serves as your bench top kegerator either at home, in your motorhome or at a campsite.
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  4. Keg King Cup 2023 Winner Interview with Fiona Foley

    Keg King Cup 2023 Winner Interview with Fiona Foley

    Keg King Cup 2023 Winner Interview with Fiona Foley

    Congratulations on winning the very first Keg King Cup, the competition was tough with a very strong

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  5. Keg King PET Pressure Fermenter FAQ

    Pressure Fermenting

    I am new to pressure fermenting, what is the recommended pressure for fermenting?

    Pressure fermentation allows for the suppression of some yeast ester formations. This means that the esters that would have been produced at higher temperatures can be supressed so temperatures can be raised to speed the fermentation process. We feel that the sweet spot for LAGER (spelled LARGER on most homebrew forums) fermentation is somewhere around 15psi or 1bar of pressure to help the beer remain crisp and help suppress the two no no’s in crisp lager which are banana and clove esters!

    Higher pressures can be damaging to the yeast’s cell walls.

    Ale fermentation, in general, seeks to nurture ester production so by keeping the pressure low, around 8 to 10psi, you’ll have virtually no detectable difference in flavour unless you’ve got a palate as sensitive as a gas spectrometer. 

    Is it easy to get into brewing and pressure fermenting?

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  6. Keg King Apollo Apollo 30L and 60L FAQ

    What is Apollo?


    Apollo is the highest evolution of the PET Pressure Fermenters and unitanks available in the world. Our PET tanks are the strongest in the world thanks to our patented Australian Made manufacturing process that ensures every single tank is individually pressure tested before sale. The handles on all Apollo tanks are strong enough to lift with even when the tanks are full of liquid and the stainless steel frames make it simple to orient your tank wherever you require. 

    With our unique design and built in ergonomic handles, Apollo is stronger and easy to carry around.

    What is the thermowell for?

    The Termowell is a hollow, food grade stainless steel tube, that is closed at the bottom and in which you can insert the temperatur probe of your temperatur controller. Controlling your fermentation

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  7. Kegerators FAQ

    What is a Kegerator

    A Kegerator, or Keg Fridge, is a fridge designed specifically to dispense your favourite beverage from various keg sizes via a drought system set up on top of the fridge. Yes, you can have a drought system at home and pour yourself icy cold drinks anytime you want in the comfort and safety of your own home.

    What does FasTap mean?

    FasTap means everything has been pre-assembled for you. If one of our packages mentions FasTap, it means we have done the hard work for you and you will only have to assemble the font beer tower to the fridge and the wheels under the fridge should you want to add them, that's it!.

    I’ve just opened the box, what do I do now?

    First, congratulate yourself on getting Keg King products. Next, follow the assembly instructions in the included manual or by scanning the QR code on your box. This will open the product page on our website where you will also find assembly instructions as a digital file 

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  8. Comparing the Keg King Fermenters

    Keg King Fermenters Line Up

    Comparing the Keg King Fermenters

    Here's a comparison of the 10L Keg King Junior, The Keg King Junior, Keg King Chubby, Keg King Apollo 30L, and Keg King Apollo 60L fermenters to help you decide which one is the best fit for someone wanting to get into homebrewing.


    Keg King 10L Junior:
    Size: The Keg King 10L Junior is the smallest fermenter in the lineup, designed for brewing small experimental batches.
    Material: It is made of durable PET plastic.

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