The Kegmobile

Keep the line to the faucet cold

Lots of portable kegerators have the faucet on a tower sticking out the top. This looks nice, and makes it easy to serve, but the beer foams up more.

When the beer is cold in the keg, but travels up a warm tube to the faucet, that’s what causes the foaming. By keeping the tubing inside the can, you don’t get that temperature difference before the beer hits your glass.

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