The standard American half-barrel beer keg holds 15.5 gallons. This is equal to 165 12-ounce servings, or 124 16-ounce servings. The American half-barrel keg is 23.3 inches tall with a diameter of 16.1 inches. It weighs ... More »

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The weight of a full keg of beer depends on the size and dimensions of the keg. A full keg of beer weighs about 161 pounds. More »

The Coors Light mini keg contains 1.5 gallons of beer, which is about 16 12-ounce servings. The average price of the Coors Light mini keg is $20, so the per beer cost is somewhere around $1.25 per serving. More »

Keg sizes are not standardized from country to country or brewery to brewery; however, a standard keg in the United States is equal to a half barrel, or 15.5 gallons, of beer. Therefore a standard U.S. keg contains 165 1... More »

The Coors Light mini keg contains 1.5 gallons of beer, which is about 16 12-ounce servings. The average price of the Coors Light mini keg is $20, so the per beer cost is somewhere around $1.25 per serving. More »

Although keg sizes are not standardized, a typical U.S. keg holds 15.5 gallons, or 1,984 fluid ounces. In the United States, a keg is equal to a half barrel. There are also pony kegs, which are equal to a quarter of a ba... More »

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Once a beer is tapped, it stays fresh for 20 to 30 days. After this time, taste and smell begin to suffer. Craft or microbrewed beers generally go stale faster. More »