So you don’t go to a school where keggers at the local frat house are a weekend staple. In fact, you go to a school where kegs aren’t allowed at all. But for those of you who like to live life on the wild side or just, you know, live off-campus, there are a number of options for you to get in a keg stand or two before exams are over. As for slipping this little 160-lb barrel of beer past the security desk, that’s up to you. A tried and true method, though, is the blue bin bolt: put the keg in a blue bin like it’s your new mini-fridge, throw a blanket over it, and voilà—your very own keg-mobile.
Milano – (212) 665-9500
Selection: Varies, according to an employee, but currently Budweiser and Bud Lite
Milano has even wheeled a keg right up to the Ruggles entrance. How’s that for service?
Westside – (212) 222-3367
Selection: By request
Westside was a little showy with their keg repertoire, insisting that they could get any type of beer with notice.
Fairway – (212) 234-3883
Price: “We don’t disclose that information over the phone”
Selection: “We don’t disclose that information over the phone”
Fairway was very secretive about their keg dealings, but they confirmed they do in fact sell them and will deliver.
D’Agostino’s told Bwog they don’t sell half-barrel kegs, but instead insisted we check out their selection of mini-kegs. What is this, a kegger for ants?
Don’t forget to: call ahead of time, ask for a tap, return the empty keg the next day.