Gwinnett Daily Post
By Keith Farner
DULUTH -- When you have a need to keep a beer keg cold for days, a Buford company has a solution for you.
Hot Beer Sucks, a division of R.N.C. Industries, opened about a year ago and manufactures the Kegooler, an insulated keg cooler that keeps beer kegs cold without using old-fashioned refrigeration techniques such as ice in a barrel. The keg stays cold for three to five days, depending on where it's placed, thanks to gel packs placed in a container box, R.N.C. Industries sales manager Nick Kehoe said.