Tennents Lager 3.7% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)

Tennents Lager 3.7% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)

Regular price €225.00
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Regular price €225.00
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Tennents Lager 3.7% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)



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Date on Keg
TBC

Price
Price above is for keg only - VAT included

Coupler
G Type

Suitable Gas Mixes
50/50
Co2
75/25

Keg
50L - Steel - 62.45 kg full

Diameter 
50L - Diameter Ø 394mm Height 532mm




Brewer's Notes

"Wellpark Brewery is a brewery situated in Duke Street in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland. It was founded in 1740 on the bank of the Molendinar Burn by Hugh and Robert Tennent. Wellpark Brewery was originally known as the Drygate Brewery

The company produces Tennent's Lager, Scotland's market leading brand of pale lager since it was first produced at the Wellpark Brewery in 1885 and in 1893 it won the highest award at the Chicago World's Fair. It is described as a distinctive, well-balanced lager whose sweet, malty flavours combine with a tangy hoppiness to create its crisp, refreshing character.[8] Tennent's Lager is certified by the Vegetarian Society as being suitable for vegetarians

Tennent's Lager is Scotland's best-selling pale lager, with approximately 60% of the Scottish lager market"

 

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  • I am responsible to ensure my gas and beer system is leak free.
  • I am responsible for technical mistakes I may make with equipment.
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