The word keg conjures up images of high school and college fraternity parties, beer bongs, keg stands—more or less, a whole lot of drunken debauchery. Today's stainless steel kegs are growing up though, getting a whole new image. Some forward-thinking Oregon wineries are putting their wine into kegs to save money (for the winery, restaurant and consumer). They're also reserving resources and protecting the environment by producing less waste (minor added bonus). Read about the benefits of wine kegs here on today's Palate Press.