Made of durable, lightweight PVC, Carry Kegs are supplied with separate, colour-matched “manual pressure cap” to help retain freshness of the dispensed ale. The “pressure cap” is a simple screw-on lid which, once in place is depressed in the centre to seal but will deploy with any build-up of CO2 if the contents are agitated; depressing reseals the cap
Once cleaned, Keg and Cap are fully re-useable making them ideal for repeat business – quickly reimbursing initial outlay (or brilliant if operating a “deposit” option). Conveniently available in 2.4 litre (approx. 4 pint) capacity, Carry Kegs cater for individuals or for when a party needs variety
Both capacities are stock items and available for immediate despatch; printing may take up to 4 weeks to supply but a more accurate date will be advised once order is in our system and schedules can be arranged.
Prices are exclusive of VAT.
|Quantity||Price per Keg|
|Price per Keg|
(inc. 1 col side only)
|245 (min order)||£2.14||n/a|
|343 (min print)||£2.02||£2.19|
|Minimum print quantity:||343 Kegs|
|Initial order film/screen:||£55 (one-off charge)|
|Max Print area:||65mm h x 180mm w|
|Max no of print colours:||1 (per side)|
|Second side printed:|
|343-1,029||+£0.17 per keg|
|1,372+||+£0.15 per keg|
|Orders up to 294 kegs – £37.00 |
Orders of 343+ kegs – FREE
Prices correct as at December 2021
It is always preferable to talk through your requirements and we will be only too happy to take your inquiry by phone during office hours where we can usually advise prices immediately.
We acknowledge that this is not always possible or convenient so have listed a broad inquiry form below for your ease.
We also supply bespoke printed and/or embroidered T-Shirts and other garments – many specifically for the brewing industry.
Please see our T-Shirt website for more details.
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Smart T’s endeavours to keep its ‘carbon footprint’ to the minimum and takes this matter seriously; we have attempted to do this in many ways, often with just the simplest of means:
Our “in-office” policy is to recycle and re-use where ever possible, keeping print to a minimum by adopting electronic paperwork (including Invoicing) as often as we can; electrical appliances are turned off when not in use where switching on after a period of rest is deemed preferable; paper-shredding is composted and used on earth bedding; all waste is separated for correct disposal, with as much as permitted being sent for recycling.
With P&P of our on-line orders we have taken the responsibility of packaging disposal out of our customer’s hands by the use of bio-degradeable envelopes which begin breaking down after exposure to daylight; thus, even though we expect most of our customers will dispose of the packaging responsibly it will help in that even sending to landfill will degrade suitably. Alas, this is only possible with transparent materials, at the moment which makes for difficulties with disguising the contents – still, we fold the shirts with the print inside and rest easy that the packaging will only survive for the shortest time. We will monitor new products and hope to improve with this in the future.
Our “festival sales” are also as eco-friendly; low-energy lighting has been adopted – reducing consumption by 700 watts per day from pre-2010 events; our plastic carrier bags are durable for subsequent re-use but are made of recycled and bio-degradeable material; although our waste is minimal it is sorted where facilities allow or returned to our own site for apt disposal options.