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Old Mar-04-17, 12:13 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by KA47 View Post
Are you forgetting to mention something to the left of the aquarium? Need more pics of that.

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LOL! yea, I figured it was only a matter of time.

This is my BABY that I waited many years before finally kicking in the funds necessary to purchase and upgrade.

Introducing, my Beverage Air "Dual-Zone" 4-tap Kegerator.
Dimension-wise, it is basically the same size as a standard single-keg Kegerator. However this one is separated down the middle with a dividing wall, then fan force-fed on both sides with independent temperature controls.
Each side (see second photo below) holds TWO 1/5 kegs independently cooled. The 4-tap tower is also force-fed cooling air to keep the lines cold at all times.

Initial cost of the unit was around $2,500, but the 4-tap tower and associated hardware, plumbing lines, etc. set me back another grand. All of my plumbing hardware (fluid lines, gauges, regulators, etc. is from MicroMatic, so anyone in the know-how knows how that extra grand added up rather quickly). Incidentally, anyone who wants to upgrade their single kegerator into a dual tap version, I've got the original dual tap tower (w/lines and spouts) available for only $100, brand new/never used. Hit me up via PM

Currently, I've got a local micro-brew (Segundo Azul) in Tap #1, Wyders Pear Cider in Tap #2, home-brewed Orange Cream Soda in Tap #3, and home-brewed Rootbeer in Tap #4. The Left Bank hold temp at around 33 degrees (perfect for most beers and ciders) while the Right Bank holds temp around 40 degrees (perfect for non-alcoholic beverages)

It was pretty expensive but I'm very happy with the unit. My "dream kegerator" was actually one of those combo kegerator on one side and glass door refrigerator units on the other. Those are actually not much more expensive but at over 4-feet long and about 1000 lbs fully loaded (not to mention the electricity required to run it) I just couldn't justify it.

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