Draw a cold one from your frig with Draftmark - review

 We enjoy having friends and family over for various occasions. From special celebrations to weekly football parties, our house is known as the place to go for lots of fun. With lots of people over, I know that I need numerous beverage items to serve. In addition to soda and water, my friends like good beer. Personally. I prefer draft beer to cans or bottles. In a house, a keg can be impractical unless your party is for 100 guests. That's why I've turned to Draftmark.

Draftmark tap system allows you to serve draft beer straight from your refrigerator. No more having to go out for a draught beer. Now all your favorites are available at home.

Here is how it works. Just place the home draught system in your fridge, insert a 3.8 liter (128 oz.) refill bottle of great-tasting Shock Top Belgian White, Shock Top Wheat IPA, Michelob Amber Bock or Bass Pale Ale and always have a chilled, relaxed evening on tap.

We had a Draftmark in the house for a weekend football party. It was great. I chilled the beer and charged the battery the night before the party. On game day, all I had to do is give friends a glass and they could serve themselves. The user controlled their glass size. From small to large, everyone was in their own control.

One of the additional benefits is that I didn't have tons of empty cans and bottles to clean up after the party. It was a great way to reduce waste.  With one refill, I saved about 12 cans. Plus, I didn't have the shame of putting tons of bottles on the curb for garbage day.

Draftmark is available at select retailers and online from Budweiser. The system retails for $49.99. Refill price varies but is around $15.

If you are looking for draft beer at home, get the Draftmark System today!

Disclosure: I received this product to review via #gotitfree. All opinions are my own.

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