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Chilled foods and beverages can easily be within reach while you grill up a feast with outdoor refrigerators. The durable design of these fridges is meant to withstand outside elements, ensuring items are stored with optimal care regardless of the climate. Some are not only tough enough to weather it out during any season, but also environmentally friendly with an Energy Star rating.
Built-in models, such as outdoor drawer refrigerators and outdoor compact refrigerators, can be integrated into kitchen islands for an upscale look. The flexibility of freestanding refrigerators allows them to be placed virtually anywhere, so you can get instant access to your favorite drinks. In addition, many models feature field reversible doors, along with a few that are ADA compliant to make them easily accessible by everyone.
Find a size that suits your gastronomic needs. Compact refrigerators can have up 9.0 cu ft capacity, great for storing the essentials.
Beer dispensers are great way to serve and top up party guests with your favorite brew, while saving you the trouble of stocking up on bottles and cans. They can hold quarter, half, and 1/6 keg sizes. Some dispensers feature dual taps, allowing you to serve both an IPA and a blonde beer.
Feel free to contact one of our team members if you need any assistance on outdoor refrigeration. Here at Appliances Connection, we take pride in carrying only the best outdoor units from trusted brands such as Viking, Danby, U-Line, and more.
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