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Beverage center refrigerators are an excellent way to keep your favorite drinks (soft drinks, beer, wine, and any other) organized, fully stocked, and easily accessible. Find a size and capacity that's a perfect fit for your home. Beverage coolers can stretch up to 53" in width and can have a spacious capacity of up to 21.76 cu ft. Finishes are available in stainless steel, black, white, grey, red, and silver to match your kitchen design.
Built-in beverage refrigerators are integrated into the wall, along with other built-in appliances for a streamlined kitchen design. A few are panel-ready to match custom cabinetry. Undercounter beverage refrigerators can be installed under the counter, making your favorite soda only a bend of the knees away. Select models can even be placed on the countertop so you can have a chilled bottle of water within arm's reach after a rigorous workout.
For more flexible installations, freestanding beverage refrigerators can be placed almost anywhere. Many freestanding compact beverage centers have reversible doors which allow for both right and left hinge options to suit practical needs. These mini beverage fridges can have capacities that fit over 150 cans, perfect for an entertainment room during weekend game days.
You won't have to head back to the kitchen for another round of beers during patio get-togethers. With some outdoor approves beverage coolers, you can keep barbeque parties alive with a fully stocked fridge. A few are not only suitable for the weather outside elements but also environmentally friendly, as they are Energy Star rated.
If you own a bar, café, or any business establishment, a commercial beverage refrigerator will be a great addition. They differ from residential coolers by meeting NSF standards which ensure their material, design, and performance are certified food-safe.
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