When drinking a beer out of a standard glass, it takes an average person 11 minutes to finish a 12-ounce beer, according to a 2012 study.
By that metric, it would take you 132 hours — five-and-a-half days straight — to go through all 30 cases of beer that the Brew Cave has space for within its four-inch insulated walls and floor.
However, when you add in the six additional kegs the walk-in cooler has room to accommodate, you gotta figure the supersized kegerator can hold enough beer to literally keep you sipping suds for a week straight, making it the ideal cave in which to hibernate like a man instead of a beast.
With a built-in tap for dispensing the pressurized beer, the Brew Cave sucks up about the same amount of juice as a standalone deep freezer and has a locking glass door for extra safety. Key.
“My business partner likes to brew beer and I like to drink beer. So it was natural for us to come up with the Brew Cave. We knew that if we wanted one, others would as well.” Luke Craig of Craig Industries, Brew Cave’s parent company, told CraftCans. “It comes down to three factors — it stores a lot of beer, keeps your beer really cold and, of course, gives you bragging rights.”
Priced between $6,000 to $7,000 and available in a variety of colors, you can start the Brew Caves purchase process online by entering your zip code for a list of distributors near you.