This Kegco HBK209B-1K Homebrew Kegerator is a convenient storage solution for your homebrew beer that makes cleaning and filling individual bottles a thing of the past! Simply fill the 5 gallon ball lock keg with your homebrew and store it in this keg cooler, where it will be kept perfectly chilled at the ideal serving temperature. When you're ready to enjoy your brew, the single-faucet draft dispense system makes it easy to pour a frosty glass of fresh-tasting beer that is sure to impress your friends and family.
To make the kegging and dispensing process even easier, Kegco's draft beer experts have included a specially designed home brew direct draw kit to accompany your new homebrew kegerator. It comes complete with everything you'll need to tap a ball lock home-brew keg (including the 5 gallon keg) and features upgrades like a polished stainless steel tower, corrosion-resistant CO2 cylinder with glossy red finish, and double gauge CO2 regulator all included at no additional cost - a savings of $25!
When you aren't using the HBK209B-1K to store and serve your homebrew, it also comes with two removable racks that allow it to be used as an all-refrigerator or cooler to store foods and snacks or drinks like sodas, waters, and juices. It has a black cabinet with matte black door that gives it a neutral and modern style that will fit into any environment, so you won't have to worry about it fitting in with your other kitchen appliances or blending into your home bar's existing decor. Thanks to the locking casters it is mounted on, this kegerator provides convenient mobility that lets you easily move it into whatever room you need it in, whether you're throwing a game day party in the living room, or a backyard barbecue on the patio. To ensure long-lasting durability, Kegco has designed this kegerator with a stainless steel plate lining the bottom, evenly distributing the weight of your kegs so that the lining will not become damaged over time.
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