KegSheets™ are keg covers / keg insulators for beer kegs and keg tubs. They reflect heat to keep your beverages cold, longer, even in direct sunlight.
If you’re planning how to keep a keg cold, just slide one over a standard keg setup (tub/ice) to keep it up to 20° colder than without one! It’s that easy and works great.
They are small (fit into a pocket), light (only 1.5oz) and reusable.
Over Tub & Ice
•For colder beer all day
•Uses less ice
Over Keg (no tub or ice)
•For 6-8 hours of partying
•Uses no ice, very fast setup
USE WITH or WITHOUT ICE
Use a KegSheet™ over a tub and ice for a full day of cold beer (we’ve even seen the beer stay cold into the next evening).
Looking for a lighter setup? Ditch the ice/tub and use a KegSheet™ over just the keg for an afternoon of cold beer.
HOW IT WORKS
The science behind the magic – the KegSheet™ uses technology NASA developed for the Apollo shuttle program. It is called radiant barrier technology and the KegSheet™ felxible fabric material is similar to that which is used to line astronaut space suits.
It works by reflecting up to 90% of radiant heat, so even in direct sunlight, heat is kept out. Under the KegSheet™, a layer of cold air is held in, creating an internal insulating barrier. The keg’s temperature is protected, and it stays colder, longer.
Due to its use of highly-specialized NASA technologies, the KegSheet™ is a product certified by the prestigious Space Foundation.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Saw these at the King of Prussia Beerfest Royale. Tried the beer, tasted cold and great.”
Dan - Pennsylvania
“We used the KegSheet during a bachelor party up in the mountains. It was easy to put on and kept our beer cold – definitely recommend it.”
Bill - Poconos, PA
"We set up the keg the night before our party and threw a KegSheet on it. Beer was cold into the next afternoon, unexpected, and pretty awesome."
Chris - Philadelphia, PA
“The KegSheet worked great for our house party. No messy ice to clean up after, and people thought the idea was cool.”