Gets top marks for large interior space that can hold a full size keg, pony or 3 sixth barrel kegs. Digital display makes it easy to check temperature. Wheels make it a breeze to move around.
Some owners say the first few pours after installation are too foamy.
This dual-tap keg can fit one full-size keg or two sixth barrel kegs. Setup is straightforward, and while ventilation doesn’t allow this keg to be placed flush against a wall, the casters make it easy to move around if need be.
The analog thermostat does not allow for fine-tuning of the temperature.
This is one of the least expensive kegerators available and makes for a great first kegerator. Customers love how quick and easy setup is. Despite the size, this kegerator does not struggle to reach temperature as low as 37° Fahrenheit.
Because this kegerator takes 5-liter kegs, finding compatible beers in the U.S. can be difficult.
While this is one of the more expensive kegerators available, it offers a great way to store up to three different types of beers and features a dual-gauge CO2 regulator for keeping each beer at its appropriate pressure. All necessary hardware is included, and the interior can hold three five-gallon kegs.
A few customers received broken parts.
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