New Wine Kegs Will Make Your Summer Parties So Much More Fun

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Hanging onto summer ☀️☀️ #sundayfunday #winekeg #poolparty #chardyparty #bridgelanewine

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Wine lovers, this one's for you!

First of all, we need to thank Bustle for bringing this incredible invention to our attention. Bride Lane Wine has done the Lord's work and made kegs full of wine!

Lieb Cellars, which is a farm-winery in Long Island, New York, produces Bridge Lane Wine. The company makes it's wines "all in a fresh, light, dry, fruit-forward style.  The wines aren't meant to be studied and drunk in fancy glasses.  They're meant for casual sipping and sharing with friends.  BYE, wine snobs." 

The wines are sold in various sizes including: 750ml bottles, 3L boxes, 375ml cans, and 20L kegs.

⚡️Come see how we do wine! 1️⃣ bottle + 2️⃣ box + 3️⃣ can + 4️⃣ keg = #5craftwinesx4ways. ⚡️Tasting room open 12-7!

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Now, if you plan on throwing some parties this summer, you should really consider the rosé keg. It's literally a keg full of rosé that equates to about 27 bottles. It will definitely make any beach or pool party so much better.

As mentioned, you can get 27 bottles worth of rosé in one keg, but because of that, they're pretty expensive. Each keg is sold for $240, which I know can be a little jarring, but remember... 27 BOTTLES OF ROSE! In fact, Bustle did the math and figured out that if you bought 27 bottles of the company's regular rosé, you'd actually spend $540, so...

Sunday keg vibes 🌸🖤 #winekeg #rosékeg #26bottles #bridgelanewine #idtapthat #5craftwinesx4ways

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You can also get a keg of Sauvignon Blanc. Bridge Lane says that their kegs are good for up to 6 months unopened, but once you pop that sucker open, you have 2 days with a regular tap and 4 weeks if in a full blown kegerator.

This is a dream come true! Cue the rosé keg stands.

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