Kreative Kegs: How to Use Your Empty Kegs

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Now that the one-keg limit for on-campus parties has been abolished, you’re going to need something to do with those empty kegs (if you don’t feel like just getting the deposit back). Thankfully, we here at 4E are here to help you figure that out.

1. Turn it into a BBQ smoker

2. Or perhaps a grill!

I’ve seen one of these babies in action at a Patriots tailgate, they work super well and are fairly light. Plus the people using it were getting a lot of compliments.

3. Traverse the Pacific

This man, Kenichi Horie, made a catamaran of exclusively of recycled materials which included 528 stainless steel beer kegs.

4. Make a mailbox

I’m sure your West Georgetown neighbors would just love this little addition to the neighborhood.

5. Get a bar stool kit and turn your keg into some creative seating!

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6. For the overly ambitious and tech-savvy Hoyas, this person turned their keg into a computer tower!

7. Or you can go simple and cut open the top and turn it into a trash can

Well, we’re all tapped out of ideas, let us know if you have any more!

Be responsible, Hoyas!

Lindsay Lee

Lindsay Lee

Lindsay Lee (COL '16) was an economics major with a Spanish minor. She served as the senior editor of 4E for Spring 2013 and Fall 2014 and was also the online editor for The Hoya.
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