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Where Is SquareOne Mini Keg From Shark Tank Today?
By Stacie Adams
When entrepreneur Tim Loucks invented the SquareOne Mini Keg, he was looking to create a streamlined keg system ideal for home use. He came to “Shark Tank” seeking $300,000 in exchange for 10% equity and wound up reluctantly making a deal with Kevin O’Leary for $300,000 in exchange for a 20% share.
Per their website, SquareOne has yet to launch the wine-specific device that wooed O'Leary during Loucks’ pitch, but that hasn’t stopped the product from being successful. O'Leary claimed to be a personal fan of the SquareOne Mini Keg, claiming that he used it "all summer" and touting it as being the perfect "guy gift."
Loucks has a certified success on his hands, which was at least partially made possible by his lucrative "Shark Tank" appearance. You can order your own SquareOne Mini Keg on their website or on Amazon, and you can head to their (quite active) Instagram page to stay up to date on what they’re up to.