DetailsEverything you need to build your own kegerator except a mini-fridge.
With your own homebrew kegerator it's party time all the time! The classiest and most convenient way to serve draft beer, the Kegerator King lets you pull ice cold pints 24/7/365. Keep your beer fresher and perfectly carbonated with this ultimate party package. Best of all, keep the beer flowing while you serve from one keg and force carbonate a second. It’s time to enjoy your beer in style.
- CO2 tanks must ship empty in accordance with Federal law.
- Several tools are required for kegerator assembly. Please reference the instructions for the complete list of tools.
- Draft Brewer® New Ball Lock Kegs (2)
- Dual Faucet Draft Tower
- CO2PO® Double Body CO2 Regulator - Patent Pending
- Ball Lock Gas Connector Kit (2)
- CO2 Tank - 5 lbs.
- Countertop Drip Tray
- Faucet Wrench
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsGreat Kit!This has everything you need but the fridge and the beer.May 1, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat Equipment for Kegerator BuildGreat quality parts for a DIY kegerator. Straightforward assembly and a very solid final product.January 16, 2017Purchased
over 2 years ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 2 answersWhat is the volume of the kegs?What brand of faucets/taps are included with this unit? Perlik?BEST ANSWER: The Draft Tower with this kit is the SKU S5272, and it has stainless steel faucets included with it. Not Perlick, but standard style, in full stainless. - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesIs there a recommended refrigerator spec. that can be used? What cubic feet size is needed? Or what internal dimensions are required?BEST ANSWER: Generally, a 4.4 - 5 Cu. Ft. fridge will work best. The Draft Brewer™ Kegs are roughly 9 inches wide and 25 inches tall, so you’ll want to choose a model that can accommodate the two kegs side by side, as well as the CO2 tank on the shelf in the back. Make sure any freezer module can be removed and does not contain any cooling lines itself. Here is a nice guide to building a kegerator from Popular Mechanics that will help along the way: http://www.popularmechanics.com/home/how-to-plans/how-to/a13106/diy-draft-step-by-step-kegerator-plans/ I hope that this helps!