The Ultimate Home Draught Beer Kit

Posted on Aug 15 2008 - 2:12am by Richard Sharp

Home Beer TapJust over £1000 will buy you beer on tap, although obviously it would also buy you a lot of pints of beer on tap down at your local. But if you want to recreate the pub taste and experience of beer drinking then you need to invest in the integrated beer pump that can be built into your kitchen side and will hold 10, 30, and 50 gallon beer barrels.

The blue LED lighting makes the finished pint look like its being given as a prize or is attending a prize ceremony off its own back but I guess it’s merely just to celebrate the authenticity of drinking a pint from your own kitchen based drinking establishment (they can’t stop you smoking in there yet).

A CO2 cylinder and a temperature and pressure gauge are included so your beer will probably be kept in better conditions than in most locals I know of. OK, so it’s not cheap, but it is the ultimate in kitchen accessories and it leaves those beer pod style machines you can get standing in its wake. Perhaps not the best way to spend a grand if you don’t drink beer of course.

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