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Refrigerated beverage centers are excellent way to keep your favorite drinks organized. The superior cooling power of these models range from internal fan-forced cooling to air compression cooling technology, delivering temperature stability and rapid cool down.
Whether for indoor use or even outdoors, for residential or commercial purposes, there is a sleekly styled beverage cooler for any need. These appliances come as full size and compact beverage fridges with a total capacity ranging from 1.6 cu. ft. to up to 21.76 cu. ft.. Many beverage centers feature reversible doors that allow for both right and left hinge options.
Our wide collection of beverage centers from leading brands such as KitchenAid, U-Line, Danby, Jenn Air and more, come in a variety of widths (up to 53”), capacity and types. Whether you are looking for a freestanding or built-in beverage cooler, a countertop or undercounter beverage cooler, there is the right beverage cooler for your place and needs.
Built-in beverage refrigerators are integrated into the wall and allow for front breathing airflow to prevent overheating. Panel-ready beverage coolers are designed specifically for seamless integration into the existing kitchen's design. Undercounter beverage fridges 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 reacht. Freestanding beverage coolers fit snugly anywhere.
Most refreshment fridges are able to fit from 38 to 162 cans along with 12-inch bottles of beer or wine. Some beverage centers feature wooden shelves specifically designated for wine storage and feature dual zones that allow to set and maintain different temperatures. The number of shelves in each unit and shelf types will vary according to the model, though many offer a combination of shelves to accommodate both bottles and cans, as well as adjustable and spill-proof shelves. The shelves themselves are made from either durable plastic, coated wire, stainless steel, Plexiglass, cantilever chrome shelves, or some combination.
There's a large variety of Energy STAR Certified models, as well as thermal-efficient cabinets to ensure optimum temperature preservation as well as energy efficiency. While the commercial beverage coolers are NSF-7 standards compliant, many of these beverage-fridge models are also CARB Compliant, ADA compliant, CFC free, and eco-friendly. Some of these appliances also come with Sabbath Mode for automatic temperature adjustments during observances, as well as vacation modes.
Ranging from commercial to residential grade, beverage coolers fit to any home, restaurant, or office. With some outdoor approved beverage centers, you can keep barbeque parties alive with a fully stocked fridge. Shop now.
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