Collier Creek Wine kegs are are 20 Liter, plastic, one-way kegs called: UNIKEG, filled with the same delicious Collier Creek wines we produce in the bottle. Easy to use, fully recyclable, bottle quality and highly profitable, Collier kegs are perfect for any by the glass program and special events.
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- ABOUT THE KEGS -
How much wine does a UNIKEG hold?
Size by VOLUME = 20L or 676oz
Size by CASES = 2.22 cases
Size by BOTTLES = 26.6 bottles
Size by GLASS = 133 glasses (5oz pours)
Does UNIKEG fit standard tap systems?
Nitrogen or Argon
What type of gas does UNIKEG use?
UNIKEG fits standard tap systems and utilizes the U.S. Sankey "D" style valve
What is the lifespan of a tapped keg?
Your wine will stay fresh for two months after the keg has been tapped.
Are Collier kegs recyclable?
UNIKEGs are 100% recyclable, eliminate the waste of glass bottles and cardboard cases and they contain at least 30% recyclable materials. Just be sure to depressurize before recycling.
Handling & Care
- UNIKEGs are single-use, please do not refill
- Do not store in direct sunlight or in temperatures above 80 degrees
- Never subject UNIKEGs to pressure above 60 psi
- UNIKEGs are OSHA friendly at 49lbs per keg when filled
- ABOUT THE WINES -
Collier Creek wine kegs contain the same quality wine we put into our Collier Creek bottles. Plus, you receive a fresh, brand new keg with each purchase.
Are Collier Creek wines sustainable?
Our wines are Certified Sustainable by the Lodi Rules for Sustainable Winegrowing program, a third party certified program created for the Lodi Appellation by a committee of scientists, growers, a wildlife biologist, and farm advisors. These are stringent rules for the care of the land, air, water, habitat, and worker with a long-term vision focusing on farming for the future. We were one of the first growers to receive certification for this program.
Who makes Collier Creek wines?
All Collier wines are produced by Peltier Winery & Vineyards. They are Estate Grown and produced in the Lodi Appellation by a 4th generation farming family, whose focus is to produce the highest quality fruit.