Featured Product of The Week: The EdgeStar Ultra Low Temp Refrigerator for Kegerator Conversion
If you are considering a low temp kegerator in assembling your first kegerator or simply need a new refrigerator because your old one already said its farewell, then the EdgeStar low temp keg cooler could be the perfect one for you. The Edgestar low temp kegerator is designed to work with the beer line components and hardware included with the EdgeStar KC2000, and it’s great for your homemade kegerator project or for replacing the refrigerator unit of your kegerator only.
Why Buy It
This EdgeStar refrigerator kegerator can really keep your beverages cool as it is capable of reaching temperatures in the low 30s. This feature of the EdgeStar BR2001BL Ultra Low Temp Refrigerator makes it the coldest kegerators out of any on the market.
This kegerator conversion ready refrigerator can store up to a half shell Sankey standard keg. Its size is perfect for modest homes or man caves, not too small and not too cumbersome. This unit, however, does not support the use of Coors or Miller rubberized kegs or other oversized kegs.
Great and Durable Design
Though this model is no low temp digital kegerator, it still offers a sleek modern design. It features a sturdy reversible door that is made of stainless steel and will hold up over the life of the unit. Casters are also included for easy relocation and mobility. It only weighs 81.6 pounds and its dimensions are 35″ H x 20″ W x 26 1/2″ D. This can be converted to a fridge only with the included tower hole cap.
This unit is sold as refrigerator only – good for brewers with existing kegerator hardware and components for anyone who wants to build their own low temp kegerator at home. The refrigerator unit is UL listed.
It has a manufacturer warranty of 1 year on parts and 90 days labor.
Product Customer Reviews
“I’m able to get two Corney kegs in this thing to have two homebrews on tap. It’s very quiet and gets colder than my previous kegerator. I’m happy with it.” – Andrew Hawbakeron, August 11, 2018 (Amazon.com)
“This is my second Edgestar conversion minifridge. The first was for a kegerator, which I bought about 9 months ago and have nothing but positive things to say about. It works great and I haven’t noticed any difference in my electricity bill.
More positive reviews:
I ordered the exact same fridge to be my fermentation chamber. I hooked it up to an Inkbird temperature controller and just finished kegging my first batch. What an improvement to be able to cold crash and fine with gelatin before kegging. Next up, lagers! You could probably find an old used fridge and make it work as a fermentation chamber with some elbow grease, but for me, it just was not worth the time or the effort. This comes delivered right to your door, and after taking it out of the box and putting on the casters it’s ready to hold your wort. Money well spent for me.” – Matt Pon, April 12, 2018 (Amazon.com)
“My old Kegerator died, and I can’t imagine something that would have worked better to replace it. It took about five minutes to move the hardware over to this one. And it takes up a little bit less space than my old one, so that’s nice.” – Roberton, January 18, 2017 (Amazon.com)
“Fit’s 2 5 gallon homebrew kegs (and has room for bottles) after 3 days of operation I am at a consistent 36 degrees. It was installed under my bar so I also put my Co2 tank on the inside (vs mounting on the back) and left the rails off. Insulated and ran the 2 lines through the top of my bar tower. No issues with fit at all and I am very happy. Lines with 1.5-inch insulation did not allow me to run my tower chiller but with as cold as it gets I don’t even need it. Super Happy!” – Tom Langon, December 13, 2016 (Amazon.com)
Where You Should Buy It
Remember to buy only the original EdgeStar units from authorized sellers.
The EdgeStar low temp kegerator is one of the best choices for your homemade kegerator project. Although it does not support all the keg types, it will definitely keep your draft beer really cool and delicious. And once your kegerator is all set up, it will definitely sit well in your bar, living room or den.