Dual Faucet Commercial Keg Refrigerator Reviews

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Dual Faucet Commercial Keg Refrigerator Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(4.5)
(based on 4 reviews) 
Best Unit for all around
by:LighthouseDave (08-22-2014)
Harrisburg,PA
Comments:I have two of these, and both are dependable and quiet. They can keep the beer cold even in the August sun as the tower is cooled as well. Fan forced cooling is essential for outdoor use and the big wheels are nice for the patio. Only gripe is the drain line hose is short and located in goofy center of drip. Would have been better to slant the drip pan and run the drain line from the hinge side, not in they way then. other than that small issue, great.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
Love the kegerator; hated the process
by:mabo2211 (01-04-2014)
maryland
Comments:Unit is great. Can fit 3 six-stools easily along with CO2 tank. Great for all beer styles and drinkers (I'm somewhat of a beer snob). It is easy to clean as well and does not make too much noise( I read some reviews before purchasing and some said it was really loud).
The only issue I had was in the process of getting it from Beveragefactory. First, the company that was suppose to deliver never contacted me to setup deliver (I had to call them). Then, when they delivered it, the door hinge was severely damaged and I had to send it back (beveragefactory did send me a new unit after I sent them pics of the damage and I also received an additional coupler for my troubles). The second unit was much more efficient in getting to me as I think the company (both beveragefactory and the freight company) could sense my displeasure with the first go around.
In the end, the unit has worked out as good or better than expected. Lesson to others: stay patient when waiting for it to arrive and check before signing off on deliver.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
A Few Things You Should Know About
by:Mike H. (01-27-2013)
Atlanta, GA
Comments:I have owned two kegerators before this one. The previous ones were low end models and both died after a few years, so I decided to spend the cash and buy a commercial grade. The first thing to know is this unit is pretty loud. The fan runs constantly to keep the unit cool, which is a good thing for beer quality, but not so much if you want peace and quiet (for a man cave it is probably OK, but not in a kitchen). On the dual faucet tower the faucets do not line up with the drip tray. The drips from the faucet fall directly on the top surface. The drip tray arrived scratched and I am working with Bevergae Factory to have replaced. This unit is tall. I assumed I could lower it by 4 inches by removing the casters, however the compressor in the back allows only the unit to be dropped by an inch and a half. So If you are looking to line up with a countertop top surface (at standard height) then it will not quite work. The unit does pour a good beer though. No foam, constant temperature.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
 
The Best Kegerator
by:K. Howard (06-27-2008)
Victoria, TX
Comments:This unit comes with a hose that blows cold air up into the tower to eliminate the heat that is up their. I get very little foam issues on the first pour. Also the casters for this model are very sturdy I do take it outside for BBQ's. The only thing bad is it runs a little louder but for colder beer and less foam I think it is worth it.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.