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Kegerator Basics

By Micromatic Subscribe to RSS | December 20th 2011 | Views:

Akegerator is a refrigerator that cools and dipenses beer from a keg. The keg is connected to a beer tap on top of the kegerator which dispenses the beer.

Kegerators are popular because they offer users draft beer at home. Without out a kegerator, beer drinkers must go out to a bar or restaurant to enjoy a draft beer. Otherwise, bottled or canned beer in the only option.

Many prefer draft beer because it offers superior taste. The process by which beer is canned or bottled can make for a more carbonated, less enjoyable beverage.

Kegs are also popular because they save users money. By buying beer in bulk, beer is cheaper and consumers do not have to pay for expensive packaging or highly priced beer at bars and restaurants. Kegged beer lasts at least 45 days and up to 120 days depending on the beer.

Kegerators are also popular among home brewers. Home brewers often brew beer in large batches. Keeping and cleaning individual bottles can be tedious and consumes too much space. Many choose to keg their own beer. Home brewers often use the Cornelius kegging system. Cornelius kegs have historically been used to store soda but work very well for home brewers. For these beer enthusiasts, kegerators are the perfect option. They can enjoy their home brewed beer from an ice cold tap without the mess of bottles.

Kegerators come in many sizes. They can fit ½ kegs, ¼ slim kegs, ¼ short kegs, or ⅙ slim kegs. ⅙kegs contain about 55 12 oz. beers, ¼ kegs contain about 82 beers, and ½ kegs contain about 165 beers. Therefore, kegerators fit a broad range of homes and businesses.

Kegerators are also an attractive option because they are more environmentally friendly than cans or bottles. Kegs can be recycled and do not require as much waste material as bottles and cans.

Ever wonder what it’d be like to have cold draft beer from the comfort of your home? Kegerators make that possible. With a kegerator, there’s no need to go out for cold draft beer.Enjoy crisp draft beer for a fraction of the price. Using a kegerator saves you money, trips to the store, and the hassle of going out for an ice cold draft beer.

Those looking for a kegerator for sale have many options to choose from kegerators come in all sizes and colors.There is a kegerator to fit every lifestyle and type of beer drinker.

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Those looking for a kegerator for sale have many options to choose from kegerators come in all sizes and colors.There is a kegerator to fit every lifestyle and type of beer drinker.

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