These keggers draw on the grape

20 Aug

From The Brooklyn Paper

BROOKLYN, NY — Here’s a classy new twist to the keg party: kegged wine.

Vino on tap is gaining traction in Brooklyn, now available in at least three Brooklyn bars and restaurants — Seersucker, Huckleberry Bar and Blue Ribbon Brooklyn.

Wine on tap isn’t just a clever novelty scheme — it’s better for the environment, and keeps wine fresher, making sure the last glass from the keg is as good as the first. Better yet, by ditching bottles, corks, labels and related production costs, wine producers save as much as 25%.

[Go here for the full story. And, go here for my earlier report on the trend hitting a popular Queens spot.]

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Posted by on August 20, 2010 in Wine


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