Alcohol Transportation Limits
Under most circumstances, multiple kegs are not permitted to be transported in a vehicle unless the volume complies with state law and is approved by a store manager. Blanchard’s is not responsible for damage to vehicles during loading and transport.
Keg Volume Conversions
1/2 USA = 15.5g = 165 cans = 6 cases, 21 cans
1/2 Impt. = 13.2g = 140 cans = 5 cases, 20 cans
1/4 = 7.75g = 82 cans = 3 cases, 10 cans
1/6 = 5.1g = 58 cans = 2 cases, 10 cans
Blanchard’s does not reserve kegs on regularly stocked items. Exceptions are as follows:
- Keg reservations will be accepted for Guinness kegs for St. Patrick’s Day.
- Keg reservations will be accepted for items not regularly stocked and usually takes 2 to 3 days to come in.
- All persons in the vehicle transporting the keg must be 21 years of age or older with valid identification; this includes taxi’s/Uber and ride-sharing services.
- When returning the keg, please make sure the tap has been removed before transportation, as this is considered an open container.
- Blanchard’s is not responsible for stolen kegs. It is recommended that kegs are not left outside overnight.
- Kegs and taps must be returned at the same time to receive the full deposit amount.
- Kegs must be returned empty.
- Tampering with the exterior of a keg or the dyeing of beer is strictly prohibited and will result in the total loss of any deposit.
- Customers returning 3 or more stray kegs (kegs without a registration sticker) will have their ID photocopied.
Keg & Tap Deposits
|| $40 Dep.
||$8 Fee + $50 Dep.
||$8 Fee + $60 Dep.
||$15 Fee + $200 Dep.
||$32 Gas + $100 Dep.
||$40 Gas + $75 Dep.
||$42 Gas + $120 Dep.
||$58 Gas + $150 Dep.
||$50 Gas + $75 Dep.