Why Draft over Bottles?

The major dif­fer­ence between a draft or bot­tled beer occurs dur­ing the pas­teur­iza­tion process. Draft or keg beer is not nor­mally pas­teur­ized, which means that the keg must be kept cold. Bot­tled beers go through the pas­teur­iza­tion process and are pack­aged at higher tem­per­a­tures, which can affect the taste of the beer.  Not only does draft beer taste better, but many craft beers do not come in bottles, so growlers are a great way to get them!  Also look at all the bottles that growlers save!!

2 Responses to “Why Draft over Bottles?”

  1. Daniel Personius

    I’ve been waiting for a place like yours for a very long time. It was really nice to see craft beers only being in Warner Robins I was expecting about 15 different flavors of Budweiser. One question, I used to live in Anchorage Alaska, the local brewery there would fill up my 5 gallon soda kegs for 10 bucks a gallon, I’ve been stuck in GA for 8 years now and have yet to find a place that will fill them. It would be really awesome to get the kegerator up and running again, would this be a service that you could provide? Congrats on the business, and you bet you’ll be seeing a lot of me!

    • lazydog

      We can look into that. The best thing would be to stop in and talk to us about it.


Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>