kegerators

For good reason kegerators have been around since the 1900s. We don't supply them ourselves however, whether you want gear for a DIY kegerator or to buy a full set up here's some amazing suppliers.

The team at A Man & His Cave make it ridiculously easy to find your dream kegerator, tapping gear and a bunch of other toys. They also offer legendary support, epic pricing, and love what they do, guy or girl they’re worth checking out.

Keg King are the original marketplace for home brew gear and supplies however, they also cater to those of us that don’t have time or brewing skills and supply kegerators, plus all the associated gear you could imagine. 

Kegland offer a range of different options with an interactive kegerator builder which makes it dangerously fun looking at upgrade option. They also have DIY set ups if you want to build your own kegerator.  

Bracton are 100% commercial grade and need to be installed by a beer plumber. Expect to pay north of $2k for a set up but they are built to last so if you are a business, have the budget or need something that can handle a tough environment they are a worthy option. Get in touch with us if interested and we will connect you to your nearest beer plumber.

DIY – cheapest option

Handy with a drill and want the cheapest option? If so then considering converting a normal fridge or freezer (which makes a keezer) into a kegerator. iKegger and KegLand both sell conversion kits and there’s a bunch of how to videos on YouTube, this one from Home Brew for Life is a crack up.  

Handy with a drill and want the cheapest option? If so then considering converting a normal fridge or freezer (which makes a keezer) into a kegerator. iKegger and KegLand both sell conversion kits and there’s a bunch of how to videos on YouTube, this one from Home Brew for Life is a crack up.