With the growing popularity of kegerators, there are a variety of brands and options available on the market these days.
The average kegerator can cost you approximately $600. The most expensive kegerators I’ve seen is sold well over $1000. A way to own a kegerator for less than $600 is to DIY. Then all that you need are a fridge and a conversion kit.
But if you do not have time or a little of DIY talent, continue reading this article as I have picked out 5 of the best kegerators for your house.
The first kegerator we’re talking about is the Kegco K309B-2.
Kegco offers wonderful Kegerators and this model is no exception.
The fridge’s inner temperatures can be set to between 32 and 75˚F. It gets really cold and can even freeze your kegs if you aren’t paying enough attention!
On the top of this kegerator, there is a drip tray beneath the taps, preventing you from spilling precious beer all over the fridge.
The K309B-2 is 33 inches high. If you need to keep beer cans in this fridge at some point, you’ll be able to quickly transform it into a 2-shelf refrigerator.
This kegerator’s tap pours out a smooth, steady flow of draft beer with just the right amount of foam. Overall, the Kegco K309B-2 model is possibly the best kegerator choice for those who are looking for a dependable kegerator that will keep your beer kegs as cold as you could possibly desire.
EdgeStar Full Size Dual Tap Kegerator
EdgeStar is another giant in the kegerator industry. Just by reading “USA-made components” in the product description, you can probably tell that the quality will be far above expectation.
This kegerator can accommodate either a 1/2-shell keg or 2-1/6th kegs.
This is another very reliable kegerator that will last several years. It is around $100 cheaper than the Kegco kegerator we mentioned earlier.
The EdgeStar kegerator weighs about 80 pounds and is 28.5 inches high.
This unit is well-looking and portable. It is equipped with wheels, allowing it to lug around easily. The cooling fans operates notably quietly. You can put this kegerator your bedroom and barely notice it.
The machine can get very cold, just not as cold as the previous Kegco K309B-2. For a majority of beer-drinkers, this is a barely significant issue.
If you prefer tapping beers that are at a near-freezing temperature, The Kegco might just be a better option. If you’re looking for an affordable, yet dependable kegerator (free shipping), the EdgeStar will serve you well!
From Review Updater