Beer on tap at home may seem daunting, but I assure you, it’s not! If you’re thinking about building a home bar, now is the perfect time to get your draft beer ducks in a row. You can set up a draft system after your bar is built, but it’s much easier to set it up while you build your bar, so that you can account for the space needed. Either way, we can help you enjoy beer as it was meant to be… on tap, in your very own home.
Ready-to-go kegerators are designed with only one thing in mind – to dispense draft beer. They come with everything you need, besides the keg itself, to enjoy pint upon pint of the good stuff. If you’re not into building a system yourself and you’ve got a little more money to burn, this is the option for you.
Beer refrigerator conversion kits are the less expensive option for getting draft beer at home. All you need is an old fridge, big enough to house a keg, some tools and one of our kits, and you’ll be pouring fresh, crisp, draft beer in no time!
Whichever option you choose, make sure to keep your keg cold at all times. If you don’t, you’ll have foamy beer and you’ll waste pint after pint pouring it off. Keep your keg and your beer lines close to the refrigeration unit and you should be golden.
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