Beer dispensers store, chill, and dispense kegs of your favorite beers. If you love to host weekend parties, beer dispensers are a great enhancement to indoor bar areas and outdoor kitchens. ┬áThis eliminates the hassle of bottles and cans, allowing you to top off guests with pint after pint.
Find a beer dispenser that best suits your needs. With some models having dual taps, you'll be able to serve two of your favorite local brews. Sizes range from a small 15" in width up to 24" in width. They can have capacities up to 6.6 cu ft, which can easily accommodate multiple kegs. They can hold various keg sizes including full, half, quarter, 1/6, and mini kegs.
Freestanding beer dispensers can be placed almost anywhere. This configuration is great for those who want a less permanent and more flexible installation. If you want a more personalized unit, built-in beer dispensers can be installed into countertops. Some built-in models can even be panel ready to match custom cabinetry, creating a streamlined look.
Many are even built to withstand outdoor elements as they are approved for outdoor. Choose from left and right hinges, along with many having zero clearance opening door so you can easily replace large size kegs. To ensure kegs are safely secured and unwanted access is prevented, many doors come equipped with a door lock.
Commercial beer dispensers go beyond operating as a residential unit. These beer dispensers, such as those from Summit, are great for those who have a catering business or any type of professional establishment to keep guests satisfied with a full mug. Some of the benefits of these fridges include a full-size capacity, custom tap equipment installations, and a digital thermostat for precise cooling temperatures need for certain beers.
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