Q: What is the ideal keg cooler temperature?

A: 38°F

As a general rule of thumb, beer kegs should be stored at a consistent 38°F. If warmer or colder beer dispensing is desired, please contact one of our beverage experts to advise you on how to accomplish this without causing flat or foamy beer. In most cases, mixed gas from nitrogen generators can help compensate for temperatures outside the normal range.

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