Where ever you purchase your keg, they make you put down a deposit for the tap and will charge you a low fee for everyday you have the tap.
Deposit fees usually go around $50 and they will probably charge you a fee of $3 to $5 a day.
You could also just buy a tap. They have taps that can more than one beer at once if you don't want to have any lines. You can buy a single tap for $34.95 or a 4 way tap for 64.95 at http://partyhardware.com/shop/keg-accessories/keg-taps/
Hope this helps.
The caterer for my wedding charges 350, which basically means, over priced.
Depends which half.
The deposit on a keg can be in excess of $60 , and a deposit on the tap, and then the beer is extra. The whole initial outlay can be in excess of $135 .
There are many parts that make up a keg tap. This includes a beer line, a faucet, a pump rod, a hand pump, a tap handle, and a pump to coupler connector.
"How much does that keg cost?"
1/2 Keg- 86.99 1/4 Keg- 50.99
The Keg is an Ontario based restaurant. They are primarily a steakhouse bar and grill. They serve meat, chicken, and fish. The bar has a variety of mixed drinks and beer on tap.
A keg of beer costs around $350 in Pennsylvania.
You may wish to clarify your question, but when a beer is "on tap" or "on draft" that means it served out of a keg typically into a pint glass, as opposed to the alternative being bottles.
If done properly you will have ~ 95 - 97% efficiency out of a keg.
tables, helium tank, chairs, balloons, jumping machine, beer keg, clown
If you don't mind getting wet and wasting beer.
Westside Liquor carries keg beer and tap rentals. 520-777-4700 1310 W. Speedway Blvd.
Why would you put sugar into a keg of beer? The sugars come form the grains and adjunts.