|Place a fruit or vegetable in here. Eventually it will turn into a beverage.|
|Sell Price:||Cannot be sold|
|Recipe Source:||Farming (Level 8)|
|Ingredients:||Wood (30) Copper Bar (1) Iron Bar (1) Oak Resin (1)|
- For a detailed analysis of profit using the Keg, see Keg Productivity.
Note that processing times are approximate, since time passes differently from 2am to 6am. One hour = 60 minutes from 6am to 2am, but 1 hour = 100 minutes from 2am to 6am. One full day is 1600 minutes, where day is 1200 minutes and night is 400 minutes.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredient||Processing Time||Sell Price||Restores|
|Beer||Drink in moderation.||Wheat (1)||1750 mins (1 Day)||200g||5022 Speed (−1)|
|Coffee||It smells delicious. This is sure to give you a boost.||Coffee Bean (5)||120 mins (2 Hours)||150g||31 Speed (+1)|
|Green Tea||A pleasant, energizing beverage made from lightly processed tea leaves.||Tea Leaves (1)||180 mins (3 Hours)||100g||135 Max Energy (+30)|
|Juice||A sweet, nutritious beverage.||Any Vegetable (1)||6000 mins (4 Days)||2.25 × Vegetable Base Price||7533|
|Mead||A fermented beverage made from honey. Drink in moderation.||Honey (1)||600 mins (10 hours)||200g||7533 Speed (−1)|
|Pale Ale||Drink in moderation.||Hops (1)||2250 mins (1-2 Days)||300g||5022 Speed (−1)|
|Wine||Drink in moderation.||Any Fruit (1)||10000 mins (6.25 Days)||3 × Fruit Base Price||5022 Speed (−1)|
Preserves Jar vs. Keg
The Preserves Jar increases the profit of a crop using the following equation: (2 × Base Crop Value + 50), while the Keg multiplies the base value of Fruits by 3, and most Vegetables by 2.25. Because of this, low-value high-yield crops like Corn or Tomatoes are more valuable in the preserves jar. The keg, on the other hand, favors crops with a much higher base value, such as Ancient Fruit or Melons.
Below is a list of crops that are more beneficial to be put in the keg, along with their raw base price. Boldfaced items have a base price above 200g.
It should be noted that these calculations only involve the value gained in terms of max profit; if looking at profit per day based on the time required, the preserves jar will outpace the keg regardless of the base value of the item (in every case except for Hops and Wheat) since the preserves jar has a much faster processing time.
Inside Farm Buildings
Kegs can be stored in farm buildings. A Shed, optimally filled with kegs, holds 67 of them, while occupying only 21 tiles of land. An upgraded Big Shed, optimaly filled, holds 137 kegs on the same land space. A Barn, however, is cheaper, and holds 90 kegs on 28 tiles of land. The Deluxe Barn increases building costs considerably, but has so far been shown to be able to fit 136 kegs on the same land space as the initial Barn. Coops are cheaper, but smaller, permitting fewer Kegs per tile of external farmland used.
Outside The Farm
- See also: Crafted goods outside the farm
- 1.0: Introduced.
- 1.1: Mead Added. Removed Clay from crafting recipe.
- 1.4: Green Tea Added. Adjusted processing time so that machines process 100 minutes from 2am to 6am, not every hour the player is asleep. Kegs can now be stacked in a player's inventory and in chests.