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Beverage-Air or Kegerator Advice

kaleokahu | Jul 1, 202006:33 PM     18

I've always wanted a way to keep and serve draft beer the way God intended. Not the ice tub method where a keg of any size is only good for 1 day, mediocre for Day 2, and you feel obligated to use it on Day 3. Yes, I know about clean lines, and that beer doesn't last forever.

But what I'd really value is a recommendation for a dependable 110v appliance + tower that has room for up to a half barrel plus gas bottle, good quality lines and regulator, and decent insulation. If there are other features someone has learned are important, all suggestions/warnings are welcome.

Don't make me DIY!

Aloha,
Kaleo

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