KegLand might just be my favorite land of all the lands out there. Now available on Kegerators.com, KegLand Kegerators are configured in a few variations for one, two or three keg dispensing. KegLand beer dispensers have a few bells and whistles you might not find in other kegerators like a front temperature display with temp controls and a font tower cooling fan button (on/off). Another awesome feature for these kegerators are the forward sealing Intertap stainless steel faucets. These taps have interchangeable spouts for pouring different types of beer or for filling growlers.
APPROVED FOR COMMERCIAL USE TOO!
Unlike kegerators with standard 30 to 50 F temperature ranges, the KegLand series can be adjusted easily with the front panel digital display from 25 to 82 F. The KegLand Kegerators also include a tower chilling fan, digital temperature controls, onboard temperature memory, Intertap taps, glassware rack, drip tray and a huge 5.8 cu. ft. capacity. This gives you plenty of room for fermenting and dispensing various size kegs at the same time. The CO2 tank is mounted on the back of the unit, giving you even more space inside for kegs.
Summer is so close and thanks to a very smart winery in New York, you can pour “Rosé All Day” from your kegerator. But wait that’s not all… They will delivery the Rosé keg by mail to your front door. Summer just got awesomer.
Tap the keg and dispense with a nitrogen-CO2 gas blend.
Rosé All Day.
The Rosé kegs hold the equivalent of 26 bottles of wine, and are super easy to use and recycle. No need to return the keg after using- just add to your recycling bin! You can dispense these wine kegs using wine kegerators that use a Nitrogen and Co2 gas blend. This type of gas allows you to pour wine without much noticeable carbonation. If you prefer more bubbles…. (sparkling fizzy Rosé), you can use a regular CO2 gas to dispense. There are some cool portable keg dispensers that could easily house this wine keg and go with you to the patio, beach or pool.
Shelf-life: Rosé kegs keep up to 6 months unopened. Once tapped/opened: 2 months in a wine kegerator with a gas line attached. Chill your keg at least 3 hours before using.
We are excited about Cinco De Mayo here at the Kegerators.com office. It is one of those holidays where the kegerator can become the center of attention. Put your favorite Mexican lager on draft or fill up a keg with margarita mix and tequila and watch the party get loco. We even slap on a magnet mustache and wrap the fridge in a pancho. In honor of this required day of fiesta, we have some great kegerator sale specials for you to assist in the Buenos Tiempos.
Keg King has quickly become one of the most popular kegerators in the Kegerators.com market. With high quality faucets, a tower cooling fan and front digital temperature controls it’s not a mystery why they are killing it. Keg King has activated an EXCLUSIVE 10% OFF COUPON on all their units from now until midnight May 5. You won’t find this deal anywhere else, so don’t miss out. You can save $70 on this Keg King triple tap kegerator with flow control Intertap faucets.
Another great home use kegerator is the EdgeStar. They have been the go to kegerator for many years and still offer some great features at an affordable price. EdgeStar currently has a $25 OFF KEGERATOR COUPON that can be used on units over $500. If you are looking at grabbing one of the EdgeStar units make sure you use the coupon. Every little bit helps right?
If you have a draft beer dispenser (kegerator) in your home or business you probably have experienced moments where the beer foam is out of control. You clean your lines and scrub your faucets like a good barkeep should. So why do you still have so much foaming? This is always a tricky one to answer without knowing all the information about the kegerator setup.
Excessive beer foam can be caused by so many different things ranging from temperature swings, escaping CO2 during transport, dirty beer lines, wrong pressure setting, beer line length, temperature or hardware failure. I’ve heard and seen just about every problem you can have regarding kegerator beer foam issues.
Because foaming is such a huge problem for the average kegerator owner, companies are creating products to allow more control of the beer flow and help you solve that foam issue for good. Here’s 5 new foam control devices to help control your kegerator.
Keg King has integrated flow restricting faucets into a new line of flow control kegerators. You set your CO2 tank pressure to the highest level based on the temperature and level of carbonation needed using our carbonation chart and then use each faucet’s flow controller as a secondary regulator to dispense beer at different flow rates. These Keg King kegerators also have a built-in tower chilling fan to keep temperatures balanced inside the refrigerator chamber and the draft tower.
You can also control and restrict flow using a new adaptor that mounts between the shank and faucet. The kegerator flow control shank adapter can change any faucet into a flow control faucet. The flow is adjusted using an Allen wrench and then is locked in place, so this is a more permanent solution with less ability to adjust on the fly.
Most kegerators are not equipped with a draft tower cooling fans to keep cold air blowing into the draft tower. If the beer lines extending into the tower are not cooled, they become a few degrees warmer and CO2 escapes causing more foam than wanted during the pour. The draft tower cooling sleeve paired with a tower chilling fan will reduce excessive foaming caused by temperature swings. It’s like a coozie for your tower and it will insulate and reduce condensation.
Add the perfect amount of restriction to any beer line to reduce foam with the In-Line Flow Control Restrictor. Eliminates the need for flow control in the faucet itself. Great for use inline with varying levels of carbonation. The biggest advantage to using one of these is that you can use shorter beer lines and still have perfect restriction or use larger ID lines and adjust as necessary.
Old dirty beer lines are a very common problem for foamy beer pours, but sometimes the length of the beer line is the issue. If you are looking to replace your beer lines and want to calculate the perfect length use the beer line length calculator.
Edgestar (made by Build.com) has just dropped the prices on their entire line of kegerators. We are seeing drops as large as 48% off retail price. This is ahead of normal Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales and can be bundled with our current exclusive coupon for an additional $25 off at checkout if you spend over $500.
An example of savings on the 20″ Wide Edgestar Kegerator KC2000 series…