Bar Management

Kegs on Legs have been providing Bar Management services for over 10 years. We are the industry leaders in bar solutions and will work with you as your trusted partner to tailor an offering specific to your event's requirements. Our service is unparalleled and our client satisfaction is unmatched!

Whether you're looking to promote or launch a product or brand, offer a pop up cash bar to re coup your expenses or put together a large-scale event, Kegs on Legs can provide you with end to end support and management that’s focussed on maximising profits and alleviating stress. 

Some of the Management Services we offer are:

Regulatory Compliance
Kegs on Legs have long standing relationships with the Victorian Commission for Gaming & Liquor and Liquor & Gaming New South Wales. Do you need a liquor license for your event? We can assist!

Kegs on Legs can utilise our huge network of breweries and suppliers to assist you with sourcing sponsorship opportunities for your event.

Stock Control
We can offer you competitively priced beverages and assist with forecasting volumes.

We have great relationships with Melbourne and Sydney's leading industry specific staffing agencies and can assist with the procurement, briefing and training of event staff.

We're the industry leader in the hire of mobile bars and pop up beverage solutions. From draught beer bars, to reefers and cool rooms, on site technicians or event cocktail batching equipment, we can tailor a solution specific to your event and budget.

Kegs on Legs' mobile pop up bars are available for corporate drinks catering, promotional events and product launches.

Whether you need a draught beer bar, cocktail bar or simple service bar, our mobile solutions are well suited to short term pop up installations in areas such as beer gardens, event spaces, marquees and shopping centres.

Our bars can be hired on their own or paired with our other products and services including drinks catering, glassware and keg hire.

Cash bars are an easy and effective way to recoup a portion of your event costs, particularly for public events where guest numbers may be difficult to predict. 

A consumption bar means only being charged for what your guests drink, so there's no risk of paying upfront for alcohol that doesn't get used.

A cash bar is suitable for both public and private events as it works just like a regular bar. Our team will manage all of the cash handling and sales. 

A bar tab suits private events and functions when you have decided on a set amount to spend on drinks. Our drink prices are better value than at your local pub or bar, which means your tab will last for longer.

Minimum Spends apply for Cash Bars.


Promoting your brand or launching a new product means grabbing attention, and any event with drinks on offer is sure to draw a crowd! 

Our mobile bars allow us to work with you at the venue of your choosing for your brand activation or promotional event. 

Our drinks catering packages can be tailored to your needs. We can incorporate your brand or products into our drinks service or we can work with you to create something new to your brief.

Kegs on Legs is the industry leader in the hire of mobile draught beer solutions. Our bar and infrastructure solutions have been installed at a wide range of events including music festivals, food & wine expos and Oktoberfest events.

We use the latest technology in beer dispensing equipment in all of our systems, whether they're designed to tap a single keg or to pour at high volume for a full day.

We can also assist with cool rooms, on site beer technicians, keg deliveries and more.

Click here to find out more about our Festivals and Large Scale Events services.


1. Definitions
“Equipment” means the items hired out by the Owner to the Hirer. “Hirer” means any person who requests the Owner to hire Equipment to it, including its employees and agents. “Owner” means T & E Trading Trust, ABN 73 710 521 385 its employees and agents. “Terms” means these terms and conditions. 

2. Terms of Payment
The Hirer agrees to pay the Owner’s hire charge and any other charges, including charges for loss, damage and repairs or any tax, GST, duty, levy, or other expenses paid or payable by the Owner. If not otherwise specified by the owner in writing all hiring charges including taxes and duties are to be paid prior to delivery of the equipment. Subsequent charges for loss, damage, repairs or other expenses are to be paid within seven days of the relevant invoice. The Hirer agrees to pay any expenses incurred or loss suffered by the Owner as a result of breach by the Hirer of its obligations pursuant to these Terms (including legal costs on a solicitor-client basis) and to pay all costs and expenses incurred by the Owner, its legal advisers, mercantile agents and others in respect of anything instituted or being considered against the Hirer, whether for debt, possession of any Equipment or otherwise. The Hirer acknowledges and agrees that the Owner may pay a rebate, commission or other financial benefit to event organisers or like suppliers in connection with the hiring of the Equipment to the Hirer. Payment method is to be cash upfront unless negotiated and agreed on beforehand with the Owner.

3. Termination of Hire
The Owner may terminate the hire at any time. The Hirer shall have no claims for such termination. The Hirer may terminate the hire of the Equipment by notifying the Owner that the Equipment is ready for collection, provided that the Hirer keeps the Equipment safe until collection. Upon termination of hire, the Owner is entitled to take possession of the Equipment immediately and for this purpose the Hirer irrevocably appoints the Owners his agent and authorises the Owner to: (a) Enter upon any land or premises upon which the Equipment is situated or where the Owner has any reason to believe that the Equipment may be situated; (b) Remove the Equipment whether or not it is affixed to the land or premises, connected to property or equipment not owned by the Owner, In use by the Hirer or any other person or containing property not owned by the Owner. If the Equipment is not finally returned or ready for pick-up by the Owner at the expiration or termination of the hire period the Hirer shall pay an additional charge of 100% the daily rate forever additional day or part thereof that the Equipments retained by the Hirer unless otherwise specified by the Owner.

4. The Hirer’s Obligations
The Hirer will: (a) Bear responsibility for the Equipment hired from the time of its delivery until collection by or return to the Owner; (b) Upon installation, delivery or collection of the Equipment immediately examine the Equipment to satisfy itself as to its condition and suitability and fitness for the purpose to which it requires the Equipment. In accepting the Equipment the Hirer acknowledges that it has duly examined the Equipment and has satisfied itself as required. The Hirer acknowledges that it has not in any way relied upon the skill or judgment or any representation made by or on behalf of the Owner in respect of the Equipment, its purpose, suitability or performance. Should the Hirer alter its installation or delivery requirements prior to, during, or after installation or delivery, the Hirer is liable for all extra costs of the Owner’s employees and cartage; (c) Assume the risk of and indemnify and hold the Owner harmless from and against any and all property damage and personal injury resulting from: (I) the use of the Equipment; (ii) All necessary surface repairs. (d) Use the Equipment in proper, safe and prudent manner and only for the purpose and capacity for which it was designed; (e) Ensure all Equipment is ready for collection by the Owner’s driver, in a clean condition and readily accessible.

5. Property
The Hirer acknowledges that the Owner may inspect the Equipment at any time during the period of hire, whether notice of such inspection is given to the Hirer or not, and the Hirer shall provide all assistance and co-operation necessary to facilitate such inspection of the Equipment. The Hirer shall indemnify the Owner in relation to any action of trespass or any other action or claim against the Owner in the course of the Owner exercising its right to inspect the Equipment. The Hirer acknowledges that all property in and title to the Equipment at all times remains with the Owner, the Hirer does not acquire any property in or title to the Equipment and the Hirer’s interest in the Equipment is as bailed of the Owner only.

6. Loss of or Damage to Equipment
If the Equipment is lost, breaks down or is damaged, the Hirer must immediately notify the Owner of the details. Notification shall not absolve the Hirer from its obligations under these Terms. In the event that the Equipment breaks down or becomes unsafe to use, the Hirer shall immediately stop using the Equipment and take all steps necessary to prevent the Equipment from sustaining any further damage. The Hirer must also take all steps necessary to prevent injuries from occurring to any person or property as result of the condition of the Equipment and must not repair or attempt to repair the Equipment without the Owner’s prior written or verbal consent. If the Equipment is lost or damaged and the loss of or damage to the Equipment is caused by the negligence or wilful act of the Hirer or the breach of any of these Terms by the Hirer, the Hirer shall without limitation be liable for the following; (a) Any costs incurred by the Owner in repairing or replacing the Equipment; (b) Hire charges for the Equipment until the Equipment is repaired or replaced; (c) Any other costs whatsoever incurred or loss suffered by the Owner as a result of the damage to or loss of the Equipment.

7. Release and Indemnity
The Hirer hereby releases the Owner from, and agrees to indemnify the Owner in respect of any third party claims, action, suits, demands, costs and expenses for damage or injury to person or property arising directly or indirectly out of the hire or use of the Equipment by the Hirer or these Terms.

8. Damage Waiver
The Hirer agrees to pay damage waiver to the Owner to cover the costs associated with the normal wear and tear to the Equipment. The damage waiver does not apply to or cover any other damage to or loss of Equipment including, without limitation: (a) Damage resulting from overloading, exceeding rated capacity, misuse, abuse or improper servicing of Equipment; (b) Damage or loss due to disappearance of the Equipment; (c) Damage caused by the use or operation of Equipment in contravention of any of these Terms; (d) Damage to, or loss of, the Equipment from any unknown cause.

9. Insurance
The Hirer will maintain at its own expense all appropriate policies of insurance: (a) for theft and damage to the Equipment hired in an amount not less than the full replacement cost of the Equipment; (b) for liability, property and casualty insurance coverage in amounts necessary to fully protect the Owner and its Equipment against all claims, loss or damage whatever.

10. Force Majeure
If the Owner is unable at anytime to perform any of its obligations whether wholly or partly by reason of any cause beyond its control(including without limitation, acts of God, inclement weather, strikes, lockouts, fires, riots, civil commotion or unrest, interference by civil or military authorities or act of war) the Owner may give written notice to that effect to the Hirer, giving full particulars of such force majeure in which case the obligations of the Owner under these Terms shall, to the extent that they are affected by the force majeure, be suspended during the term of the force majeure. The Owner shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the Hirer as a result of any delays caused by such force majeure events.

11. Identification and Proof of Age
An Australian driver’s licence must be produced as proof of identity and age. Passports, proof of age cards or identity cards alone not showing current address details are not permitted as proof of identity. An interim receipt or Non photo drivers licence is not acceptable as proof of identity or age.

12. Security 
The Hirer is required to provide credit card details and authority to charge as security for the return of equipment and after the equipment passing satisfactory inspection. The Owner reserves the right to recover any monies lost by charging the provided credit card should there be any missing components or they believe the equipment to be damaged in any way.  All charges will be discussed with The Hirer prior to the credit card being charged.

13. Alcohol
The Hirer acknowledges that they are of legal age to purchase alcohol and any alcohol purchased from the owner becomes the responsibility of the hirer and that it is the irresponsibility to abide by the applicable laws governing the sale and supply of alcohol. This includes but is not limited to: (a) The responsible service of alcohol; (b) The serving of alcohol to minors; (c) Ensuring that they have all relevant licences and approvals for the sale or supply of alcohol at that particular location.

14. Miscellaneous
If any of the Terms becomes void or unenforceable for any reason then that part will be severed from these Terms to the intent that all other parts that do not become void or unenforceable will remain in full force and effect and be unaffected by any severance of other parts. Failure by the Owner to insist upon strict performance of any of these Terms, or to exercise in whole or in part any right that it may have under these Terms or atlas, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any rights that the Owner may have and shall not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach by the Hirer of any of these Terms. These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Victoria.