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Draft Beer at Home is Easier Than You May Think

Serve up draft beer at home with a kegerator, keg kit or customize your current fridge or freezer with a draft beer delivery system

MOORPARK, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Beer lovers rejoice! Bottles and cans can be a thing of the past thanks to Keg Outlet and their array of kegging supplies and equipment. Keg Outlet is a family owned and operated business that empowers home brewers and beer lovers to setup their own draft beer system at home. Started by two brothers who share a love of home brewing and quality craft beers, Brendan and Cary Hanson saw an opportunity to enhance the way that people enjoy beer at home.

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"What we discovered was a lack of access to supplies and information in a user-friendly website.  Based on some of our initial market research, we discovered a very enthusiastic marketplace eager for a convenient source for home kegging supplies," said Cary Hanson.  So with the background that the two brothers brought together – Brendan as a seasoned e-commerce developer and Cary, a graphic artist, the decision to launch Keg Outlet was what might be considered a "no-brainer".

"Our goal was to provide an informative, product-based website that helps direct users to a 'keg kit' or allow them to find the parts and piece together a custom solution for serving draft beer at home," Brendan Hanson told us.  Having grown up in a small town, the brothers find the experience of starting and growing an online business particularly rewarding, as Brendan explained, "In doing business online, we've met and interacted with customers from coast to coast who we wouldn't have otherwise had the chance to meet." The customers are the driving force behind the business, "We (the owners and customers) all share a love and appreciation of quality beer (and homebrewing), so there is a mutual excitement about the prospect of creating a new home draft system," said Cary. "Every customer has different needs and requirements, so there's an excitement that comes with each order. For instance, 'Wow, you're installing 6 taps? On the side of your fridge?'"

Setting up a home draft system has never been easier and with pre-assembled kits to custom builds, the options are limitless! Keep it easy and buy an all-inclusive kegerator that is ready to use, or get creative and convert an existing refrigerator or freezer into a custom home draft system. Either way, KegOutlet.com is your go-to place for home kegging supplies.

Start saving money and getting more beer for your buck by buying kegs, rather than bottles or cans. Or if you are a home brewer who has not made the switch from bottling your own beer to kegging, now is the time!  Save yourself hours of time and energy, and enjoy your home brewed draught beer in days, not weeks! A home draft system is a great gift idea for any beer lover in your family, whether it be for a birthday, Fathers Day or another holiday, a home draft system will certainly impress its recipient.

Media Contact: Brendan Hanson Keg Outlet, (256) 273-9778, [email protected]

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