Hey um...just a legal standpoint here...if it's YOUR HOUSE.....I'd go with cans/bottles. Why, because if somebody goes home drunk (hopefully you are taking percations against this) and kills somebody and it is later determined that you "provided" a keg....you will be held partially liable for any actions of your departing patrons. People tend to not pay attention to how much they've had when you have a keg because they are not in the standard "12 oz" container and you as a provider cannot reasonalbly keep count of what your guests are driniking either as you can when you have bottles/cans and the courts are well aware of this. I'm not telling you not to get a keg and party it up...hell I do it quite often...just make sure you take peoples keys at the door and have designated driver(s). When I send out invitations, I always say BYOB to cover my ass, but I usually have plenty.
i will actually be a d-driver sat. after i got so drunk at my high school reunion, my wife was driving my vr-4 home, i turned to her and said "who the f*** are you and why are driving my car!", this was about two weeks ago and i am still in the dog house , i did not remember this, but i found pretty funny
i am leaning towards cans...anybody have any advice purely in the financial end of things, which is more economical?
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