G4 Kegs Lease-to-Own Program

Leasing offers alternatives to upfront capital by breaking up the total cost of your fleet into easy monthly payments.

The craft brewing industry has taken an unprecedented hit this year. As brewers move forward amidst all this uncertainty, we want to make things possible for you and your business. We’re proud to offer flexible leasing solutions, so you can get the kegs you need while maximizing cash flow.

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Keep the cash (and the beer) flowing with a leasing quote today. Or, read on to learn what to expect from the G4 Kegs leasing program.

You are here

You’re in the process of reopening amidst an unprecedented business environment, and you know you need additional kegs to ramp production back up.

Contact your keg consultant

So, you call G4 Kegs to help. Together, we’ll determine how many kegs and what sizes you need. For the purpose of this example, let’s say you’re looking for 24 1/2 BBLs and 60 1/6 BBLs.

You’re also interested in getting the kegs embossed with your brand name (great idea!), so we’ll add this decoration to your order.

G4 gives you options

This order meets the minimum leasing requirements (one pallet, any size), so you have the option to:

Purchase: Buy the kegs outright for $6,500

Lease: Lease-to-own the kegs for $206/mo.

With both purchase and lease orders you can take advantage of any special sale pricing and factory 2nd keg offerings. (Psst: Still not sure whether leasing is right for you? Check out our Keg Leasing 101 guide for more information.)

Have your kegs & fill them too

Don’t put yourself in a position of deciding between investing in your keg fleet or investing in the business.

Our keg leasing program offers alternatives to upfront capital by breaking up the total cost of your fleet into easy monthly payments. That means you can “have your cake and eat it too” — get the kegs you need while also maintaining the liquidity necessary to run your business. So, you decide to lease.

Get kegs now & don’t start paying until February 28th, 2021

The G4 Kegs program offers no deposits or upfront costs whatsoever, and your first payment is deferred 90 days.

What does that mean for you? That for the next three months, your kegs will be making you money, not costing you money. You’ll be earning on these kegs long before you ever pay a penny on them.

Grow your equity

After that, the nominal payment you make every month brings you one month closer to owning your fleet. 

This program is unique compared to rental and pay-per-fill models, where you often pay for the same keg many times over without ever getting closer to actually owning it. (Not to mention, they often have unfavorable terms and constricting, long-term contracts.)

Stay liquid

Thanks to your low, predictable monthly lease payment, you can free up the necessary cash to invest in the growth of your brewery — including your team, product, equipment, and R&D.

G4 gives you options

As the 36-month agreement draws near, you can explore your different options for how to move forward.

Purchase: Buy out your kegs at ½ their retail price when your lease began

Extend: Extend the lease for another 24 months at the same rate

Return: Return the kegs with no penalty

Onward

Whatever option you choose, you can rest assured that over a keg’s 30+ year lifespan, your investment will pay for itself again and again — so you can get back to brewing and focus on what matters most. 

If you ever need to add more kegs to your fleet, G4’s leasing program is designed to grow right alongside you. 

“We always knew we wanted to own our kegs, because then you know where they’re going, who has them, and when they’re coming back. For us, it’s about maintaining cleaning and quality control. But cooperage is a very expensive upfront cost, so being able to work with G4 Kegs to set up a lease program was fantastic. As we grow, they’re a great partner to have because we can order what we need, get kegs quickly, the prices are great, and the lease terms are amazing.”

 – Matt Hastad
CEO & Co-Founder, Remedy Brewing Co.

Keep the cash (and the beer) flowing.