Kegerators, Keezers, and Homebrew, Oh My!


If you’ve already decided to start kegging and have stowed your cornelius keg in a bland old refrigerator, it’s really time you start thinking about a Kegerator.

I’ve seen them called Kegerators, Keezers, and just plain old Keg Refrigerators. What it really boils down to is a refrigerator or chest freezer with a special temperature controller that shuts the fridge/freezer on an off for a desired temperature. External taps and a drip tray are mounted on the outside Here are a few of the homemade Kegerators I’ve seen that just deserve a second look.

All these geniuses deserve a lot of credit for putting together systems that look awesome. I know that if I decided to undertake this project it would come in significantly over-budget and look like a completely ruined refrigerator!

On the other side of the spectrum, you can just go ahead and buy a Kegerator and get to serving your friends and family  right away. This is probably what I’m going to do once I get around to it. I don’t have the time or energy to handle building one myself let alone what a sub-standard build would do to my delicate ego.

[FreshBundle bundle_id=”kegerator_001″ layout=”tiles” featured=”B00EDS29GI” custom_title=”” ribbon_text=”” custom_buy_button=”” custom_rrp=”” custom_cta=”” custom_saving=”” custom_last_update=”” custom_variations_title=”” target=”current” ]