Kegerator Video Library

For expert information and informative tutorials about choosing, using, and cleaning your kegerator, check out our video guides below!

Video Index:


How to Choose Your Kegerator

Our product expert will walk you through how to choose from our most popular kegerators and help you understand the key differences when choosing which kegerator is right for you. This introduction is designed to help you have a better understanding when making a decision on which Kegerator to choose based on price range, coupler-types, thermostates and carbonation tanks. Watch the video below to learn more.


How to Install the Tap-Rite Ball Lock Easy Keg Conversion Kit

Our product expert walks through the steps for installing the Tap-Rite Ball Lock Easy Keg Conversion Kit. The video covers preparation, modification of the beer and gas lines, modification of the coupler, attachment of both the coupler and ball lock adapter sockets and forced carbonation of homebrew kegs.


How to Clean Your Kegerator

It is important to clean your kegerator’s serving components after every keg served, including the beer line, coupler, faucet, and tower. Failure to clean all components that come in contact with beer during the serving process can have adverse effects on the beer’s overall quality, introducing bacteria or affecting the flavor, body, or even appearance. Watch the video below to learn more.


KC2000 – EdgeStar Full Size Kegerator and Keg Beer Cooler

The KC2000 EdgeStar full size kegerator comes in a sleek black finish and pours from a single tap stainless steel tower and faucet. It can accommodate standard full-size 1/2 barrel kegs, but has a smaller footprint than most, helping it save space wherever you put it. All serving components are made in the U.S. and NSF approved. Watch the video below to learn more.


KC2000SS – EdgeStar Full Size Kegerator with Stainless Steel Door

The KC2000SS EdgeStar full size kegerator comes with a stainless steel door offering a truly professional appearance. The kegerator’s front is complemented by a single tap stainless steel tower and faucet that directly draw beer from any standard keg, up to 1/2 barrel (15.5 gallons) in size. While it is capable of holding a full-size keg, it makes the most of its interior space and takes up less space than other kegerators, measuring about 20″ wide and under 25″ deep. All serving components are made in the U.S. and NSF approved. Watch the video below to learn more.


KC2000TWIN – EdgeStar Full Size Dual Tap Kegerator & Draft Beer Dispenser

The KC2000TWIN EdgeStar full-size dual-tap kegerator gives the you power to pour two different beers at the same time. This kegerator is perfect for serving from two sixth-barrel or Cornelius kegs, but is capable of holding up to a full-size half-barrel keg. The professional 3″ stainless steel tower features two faucets to give you options. Lager or ale, pilsner or porter, with this high quality dual tap kegerator you can have both! Watch the video below to learn more.


KC2000SSTWIN – EdgeStar Full Size Stainless Steel Dual Tap Kegerator

The KC2000SSTWIN EdgeStar full-size dual-tap kegerator features a stainless steel door and has a matching 3″ stainless steel tower with two matching faucets. The professional styling and dual taps let you serve two of your favorite beers at the same time and bring the feeling of a restaurant or bar into your home. All components are made in the U.S. and are NSF approved. Watch the video below to learn more.


TBC50S – EdgeStar Deluxe Mini Kegerator & Draft Beer Dispenser

The TBC50S EdgeStar deluxe mini kegerator allows you to serve fresh draft beer from 5-liter mini kegs, while storing it at the perfect temperature. It’s small enough to fit on a countertop without taking up much space, and is very easy to use. There’s also an available accessory kit (TBC50-ACC) that allows you to dispense beer from non-pressurized kegs. Watch the video below to learn more.


KBC51SS – Koldfront Deluxe Mini Kegerator for Non-Pressurized Kegs

The KBC51SS Koldfront mini kegerator is a stylish way to showcase your favorite draft beer without sacrificing space in your home. It is designed specifically for use with non-pressurized kegs, and provides the perfect amount of carbonation for any beer. The adjustable thermostat with digital LCD display ensures proper storage temperature. Watch the video below to learn more.


How to Turn a Smeg Refrigerator Into a Kegerator

Converting an old refrigerator into kegerator isn’t a new concept. But generally, when people undergo this DIY project, they choose an old and ugly fridge. But, that’s not our style. And it may not be yours either. This is why we chose to convert a Smeg refrigerator into a kegerator… or as we like to call it, a “Smegerator”. Here’s a quick overview of how we did it. Click here to read the full step-by-step instructions.

Is there anything about kegerators or draft beer that you would like us to make a video on? If so, please let us know in the comments below and we may just get around to making it for you.

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Jeff Flowers

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Jeff Flowers has been a self-described beer geek for over a decade now. When he's not chasing his daughter around, you can usually find him drinking a fresh brew and wasting too much of his time on both Google+ & Twitter.

Comments

  1. john says

    How to Choose Your Kegerator

    i have the first kegerator in your video, and mine has an adjustable temp. The thermostat controls is in the back next to the compressor.

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