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Make Some Poor Decisions with This 5-Litre Fireball Keg

If you enjoy poor decisions and deadly hangovers, do we have a product for you! The brains trust at Fireball Whiskey recently launched the FireKeg, a 5.25-litre barrel of their cinnamon flavoured firewater. Whether the thought makes you salivate or gag, take this little red keg of fun to your next house party and watch the night turn verrry interesting.

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Fireball Whiskey FireKeg

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The FireKeg comes equipped with three separate sprouts that we assume fans of the brand will pour straight into their mouths. Printed across the side is the company’s signature brand logo, and across the top lives their infamous slogan, or warning depending on how you look at it: “Tastes like heaven, burns like hell”. An apt phrase considering hell is where you usually end up after a night on this sinful spirit.

“Fireball fans always know how to ignite the party and keep it going,” says Rebecca Henry, VP of Marketing at Fireball.

“The limited-edition FireKeg will amp it up in a way only Fireball can. Fireball Friday… Tailgating… Any occasion, really – grab one while they’re hot! Just remember to ignite responsibly.”

Wisley, the top brass at Fireball Whiskey, has prevented Australians from getting their latest product, with the USD$75.00 FireKeg only available in select US retailers. However, party animals Down Under have been permitted to purchase their 3.5-litre goon sack, which we all know is plenty enough to do some damage.

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Fireball Whiskey FireKeg

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