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Outdoor Kegerators

Kegerator: The Best Way to Drink Beer

Do you love beer and all its possible varieties? Kegerators let you have delicious draft beer that is aerated to perfection and regulated at the best temperature (typically 38°F)—on tap in your home! While refrigeration options such as compact fridge, beverage center, and wine coolers can also store alcoholic beverages, kegerators are the superior choice if you like beer (and especially if you like a lot of beer).

By buying beer in bulk, you save on cost per glass! In addition, with the elimination of bottles and cans, you’re making the environmentally friendlier choice and saving on fridge space!

Where Does a Kegerator Go?

Depending on the decor and space in your kitchen or bar area, you’ll want to have barstools that complement the space as well as provide comfort for your guests. Here are a few styles to consider:

A built-in kegerator has a seamless look because it goes under and directly through the countertop. When installing, remember the golden rule: measure, measure, and then measure again!

If you love chilling out in the sun with beer in hand, try an outdoor kegerator on your deck or patio. Outdoor models are built with rugged exteriors and sealed backs to protect the inner electrical components, so your investment can withstand pool and rainy season.

When considering the available space in your home, keep in mind that most kegerators stand at 3-4.5’ tall and 2-2.5’ tall. Some built-in models might require professional installation; contact our experts for guidance on proper measurements and installation tips!

Kegerator Features and Accessories to Look For

While keeping beer on tap is the goal, here are some additional features to consider before making an investment:

  • Multi- or dual-tap configurations let you keep more than one style of beer on tap and can hold up to 4 sixtels depending on the model. Plus, you can also store wine, coffee, or even batched cocktails and kombucha (when used with a barrier line instead of a vinyl hose).
  • Dual pressure regulators let you keep 2 separate kegs at different pressure levels—so you can keep multiple beers on tap at just the right pressure.
  • Digital temperature displays, precise temperature controls, and temperature alarms can help you keep a single keg on tap for up to 4 months of freshness, depending on the brew.
  • Don’t forget tap kits that have the essentials you need, like CO2 tanks, regulators, tap draft arms, connection hardware, and American Sankey taps to get started.

Lastly, be sure to wash clean your beer lines with every keg change or keep general maintenance by replacing your lines and washers for a long-lasting investment.

Ready to Shop?

You’re now ready to browse through our kegerator selection in our online catalog to discover the size and style that works for you. Still need more information on which refrigeration option works best for you? Take a look at our complete refrigeration shopping guide for everything you need to know.