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A barrel or cask is a hollow cylindrical container, traditionally made of vertical wooden staves and bound by wooden or metal hoops. Traditionally, the barrel was a standard size of measure referring to a set capacity or weight of a given commodity. For example, a beer barrel had originally a capacity of 36 US gallons (140 L) while an ale barrel a capacity of 32 US gallons (120 L). Wine was shipped in barrels of 31.5 US gallons (119 L). A small barrel is called a keg.
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A keg is a small barrel. Traditionally, a wooden keg is made by a cooper used to transport items such as nails, gunpowder, and a variety of liquids. More recently, a keg is often constructed of aluminum or steel. It is commonly used to store, transport, and serve beer. Other alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, carbonated or non-carbonated, may be housed in a keg as well. Such liquids are generally kept under pressure.
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King Edward VI Grammar School (Chelmsford)
King Edward VI Grammar School, or KEGS, is a British grammar school with academy status located in the city of Chelmsford, Essex, England. It takes pupils between the ages of 11 and 18 — from Year 7 to 11 the pupils are exclusively male, although it becomes mixed in the sixth form (years 12 and 13). The present headteacher is Thomas Sherrington, who succeeded Dr. Mike Walker, after Walker moved to Felsted School in 2008.
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United States v. Forty Barrels and Twenty Kegs of Coca-Cola
United States v. Forty Barrels and Twenty Kegs of Coca-Cola, 241 U.S. 265 (1916), was a federal suit under which the government unsuccessfully attempted to force the Coca-Cola company to remove caffeine from its product.
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Powder keg
A powder keg is a barrel of gunpowder. The powder keg was the primary method for storing and transporting large quantities of black powder up until the 1870s and the adoption of the modern cased bullet. However, the barrels had to be handled with care, since a spark or other source of heat could cause the contents to deflagrate.
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KEGS, channel 7, was a television station in Goldfield, Nevada that served both the Reno and Las Vegas markets by way of translators KRRI-LP channel 25 in Reno and KEGS-LP channel 30 in Las Vegas. Like many stations that were owned by Equity Broadcasting, the stations were operated remotely by satellite; their programming could be seen free-to-air on Galaxy 18.
KEGS (TV)Television stations in the Las Vegas ValleyEquity Media HoldingsTelevision channels and stations disestablished in 2009Defunct terrestrial television stations in the United StatesTelevision stations in Reno, NevadaTelevision channels and stations established in 2002

Cornelius keg
A cornelius keg (also known as a Corney or soda keg) is a metal container originally used by the soft drink industry, and can be used to store and dispense Homemade Sodas and home brewed beer. Cornelius kegs were originally made by the IMI Cornelius Company. In the keg, fully made Soda is stored under pressure just like standard cans and bottles. The soda is referred to as Pre-Mix in the industry technology as compared to Bag-In-Box (BIB) packages which is just concentrated syrup.
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The Kegs Drive-In
The Kegs is a historic drive-in located in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The restaurant takes the form of two large wooden barrels. The barrel structures were originally built in 1935 as part of a chain of seven walk-up root beer stands called The Barrel by William Harry Muzzy. In 1946 the current drive-in came into being when the barrels were moved to their current location and joined by rectangular section housing the front counter.
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