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The Keg Stool Bar Stool

Posted by Dave On March - 31 - 2010

More than likely you probably have an empty keg shell or two laying around your house. You’ve been waiting for that perfect time to turn it in at your local liquor store and exchange it for a full keg. In the meantime, why don’t you take that empty keg and make it into something useful…. like a bar stool.

Keg Stool

As you can see in the above photo, The Keg Stool turns any American full size keg shell (15.5 gallon san key type D) into a 32″ bar height cushioned bar stool. The seat even swivels and has a foot rest just like a regular bar stool. The best part is that this a separate kit that you install on your own old keg shell without doing any damage to the keg shell itself. So if you are in the mood for a kegger or want to bring a keg to your next tailgate party, the Keg Stool kit comes off and your keg can be refilled. Take a look at the video to see how easy it is to install a Keg Stool on your old keg shell.

You’ll notice from the video that no holes were drilled and never is the structural integrity of the keg shell compromised. The Keg Stool kit attaches to the keg shell with bolts that are tightened by allen wrenches and they hold the kit firmly to the outside of the keg. Simply reverse the bolts and your keg is unharmed and ready for a refill.

Although the Keg Stool is not really designed for tailgating because of the amount of space it would take up to get it to your tailgate party, the “wow” and “coolness” factor of the Keg Stool is enough to overlook that. And for you larger tailgaters out there, have no fear, the Keg Stool can handle up to 300 pounds of weight. Go ahead and have that extra rack of ribs. The Keg Stool can handle you.

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