12L SS Cornelius Style Keg, complete with ball lock fittings and pressure relief valve.
2x 12L kegs suits 23L – 24L batch. Better suited for homebrew than 19L kegs.
Find the Ideal Homebrew Kegs for Storing and Sharing
When your latest batch is ready, the right homebrew kegs make a big difference in how much of a challenge you face in storing your creations. Would you rather fill dozens of bottles or a single keg? Cleaning and sterilising a keg is a lot simpler to do than it is when you want to work with bottles. Of course, then you face another challenge – how to keep all that delicious homebrew at the perfect temperature for enjoying a crisp and refreshing pint. It’s often not as simple as just banging a few bottles into the fridge and returning when they’re cold. A home kegerator is the obvious answer — and not just because the idea of having your own kegerator is exciting all on its own.
At Homebrew Works, we’ve made it simple to acquire everything you need to create or supplement your perfect beer-making setup. From kegs to advanced homebrew kegerators, we have it all at a competitive price point and backed up by the best customer service. Explore more on what you need to know about these products, why your choice matters, and how our business delivers the ideal resources for homebrewers across Australia.
The Importance of Homebrew Kegs in Australia
Selecting the appropriate kegs for storing what you brew matters for both convenience and your enjoyment. At Homebrew Works, we supply a wide range of products to meet many needs, from those who brew very large batches to those with small, experimental runs. Why does your choice of keg matter? When is a keg not “just a keg”?
Here are a few facts to consider:
- Kegs require quality construction. Remember, the contents will be under pressure. A vessel that isn’t strong enough to withstand that pressure is a hazard — not only to your batch of beer but to those around it, too. We source only quality options for our customers.
- The appropriate size matters. Some kegs hold many litres of beer, while others are for small batches, transport, or sharing. Don’t store beer in containers too large for the volume.
- Some kegs are easier to clean than others. Sterilising your equipment is essential, so consider this aspect when purchasing equipment as well.