How much does a mini kegerator cost?

How much does a mini kegerator cost?

A kegerator for a standard half-barrel keg costs anywhere between $500 to $2,000, depending on its features, tap, and brand. Still, you can get a used one for just half of the price. Plus, you can set the mini kegerator for only $50 to $400.

What beers are available in mini kegs?

Mini Keg Beers for the Mini Kegerator

  • Heineken Lager.
  • Newcastle Brown Ale.
  • Coors Light Lager.
  • Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen Amber.
  • DAB Original Lager.
  • Widmer Hefeweizen.
  • Bell’s Oberon Wheat Ale.
  • Rogue Yellow Snow IPA.

How long does a mini keg last in a kegerator?

If refrigerated within a kegerator that uses CO2, a keg will generally last at least 6-8 weeks before it starts to lose its fresh taste. If you store it at the appropriate temperatures, pasteurized beer will last you at least three months, sometimes as long as six months.

Is it worth having a kegerator?

A kegerator provides over $55 in savings per keg! Plus, you can get the bar experience at home for much less than heading out! Again, we can’t emphasize enough how different draft beer taste from a can or bottle. It will greatly increase your beer experience!

What is the smallest keg you can buy?

Mini Keg. Typically designed for mini kegerators, however, mini kegs can be compatible with larger kegerators. This is the smallest kegerator size often available and this keg contains 5 liters or 169.07 ounces.

Can I use an indoor Kegerator outside?

If you’re going to use a kegerator outdoors, be sure to buy one specifically designed for outdoor use. A regular kegerator, much like a household refrigerator, is built to work best inside. That indoor kegerator could freeze up or not cool down properly depending on your outdoor temperature.

Are mini-kegs good?

Mini-Kegs – In Detail Mini-kegs are definitely best shared at a socially distant gathering – we recommend consuming them within 24 hours of opening and 8.8 pints in a day is probably a bit much for one person to enjoy responsibly.

What to know before buying a kegerator?

5 Reasons You Should Buy a Kegerator

  • Save You Money.
  • They’re Better For The Environment.
  • You’ll Save On Fridge Space.
  • Temperature Control = Quality Control.
  • You’ll Always Have Good Beer On Hand.
  • Mini Kegerator.
  • Freestanding & Built-In Kegerators.
  • Outdoor Kegerator.

How much is a single kegerator?

Single Tap Chrome Draft Beer Kegerator Tower – 2 1/2″ Diameter

Was: $63.88 Details
You Save: $5.13 (8%)

What is smaller than a pony keg?

Slim Quarter Keg: The Slim Quarter holds the exact amount of beer as the Quarter barrel. However, the uniqueness is in its shape and size, as it resembles the sixth barrel keg. This size makes it a popular choice for anyone with a dual-tap kegerator.