Your Beer Will Never Go Flat Again with the uKeg Go

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Do you enjoy a cold, carbonated beer with the mates from work? Or after a long and hard day?

Sometimes you want to be able to put your drink down and finish it off the next day but the carbonation doesn’t stay overnight. Now with the uKeg Go 64 + Free CO2, you can have nice cold, carbonated beers until the growler runs dry.

This 64 ounce uKeg Go is not only affordable but it is a portable growler that will keep your beer both cool and carbonated. There is nothing better than a cold one that tastes like it has been poured straight from the pub itself. For many beer drinkers, half the can or bottle gets tossed away after the cool taste has been lost and that is just a waste of beer. However now, with the uKeg Go, pour just how much you’ll want per sitting and enjoy the cool taste straight on your tongue.

There are many other features of the uKeg Go that will put it at the top of your next shopping list.

Key Features

With a patented carbonation system, your uKeg Go will keep your beer fresh up to weeks at a time with optimal carbonation every single time you pour yourself a beer.

You won’t have to keep running back and forth from the fridge to keep your beer cool within the uKeg Go, as double-walled stainless steel will hold in the coolness and keep your beverage cold all day long.

Depending on what you are serving, you will be able to decide how much carbonation you want to filter into your drink. With a regulator cap, you can choose low or high carbonation settings to your preference.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

With hot days around the corner, we all look forward to enjoying cold drinks with our friends and putting our feet up after a long year. With the uKeg Go, your friends and family will always be asking you to bring the drinks.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.