Wondering how many beers are in a Heineken mini keg? The official Heineken DraughtKeg sports five liters of beer. Convert this to ounces and you’ve got about 169 ounces of beer or a bit more than fourteen 12 ounce bottles. Now that you know how many beers are in the Heineken mini keg, take the time to learn a little more about it to make sure you’re making the most of this party accessory.
To get the full flavor and enjoyment from all fourteen beers in your Heineken mini keg, you will need to follow a few steps:
- First, make sure the keg is chilled. While sticking bottles of beer in the fridge for an hour or so might get them to a drinkable temperature, the keg will take longer to chill out. If you’re buying it warm, make sure to refrigerate the Heineken mini keg for at least ten hours before drinking. If you feel a spontaneous party coming on, it’s best to go with a keg that’s already been chilled.
After you’ve got it chilled, remove the cap and break the ring on the top of the keg.
Snap the tap onto the top of the keg, then place the spout onto the tap.
- Now, you’re a simple pull away from unlocking the beer hidden within the mini keg. Pull the spout forward to start the beer flow (an excess of foam is normal at the start of pouring) and move it back to its original position to stop the flow.
That’s all there is to it! You not only know how many beers are in a Heineken mini keg but also how to make sure they’re the freshest, best tasting beers possible. So, pick-up a mini keg before your next party and impress your friends with your beer expertise.
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